No Licence to Kill the BBC (1992)

Film details

  • Featuring

    Jocelyn Hay

  • Country

    United Kingdom

  • Year

    1992

  • Type

    Television

  • Category

    Non Fiction

Synopsis

Public access programme made on behalf of the Voice of the Listener and Viewer. Jocelyn Hay, the association's Chairwoman, calls on the government to set up a public enquiry to decide the future of the BBC before the renewal of its charter in 1996. In the programme she and her supporters forcefully defend the licence fee but also argue that the BBC should be far more accountable to licence payers and should not implement its far-reaching proposals for internal change before full public debate.

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