Grade on BBC News

BBC chairman Michael Grade has said the corporation should make news programmes that are both serious and popular, despite conceding serious news values were coming under 'increasing strain'. Delivering the inaugural Hugh Cudlipp lecture in London this week, he admitted there may have been confusion in the past as to ...

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