What it was like to work at the BBC in light of the Hutton Inquiry
Long-time Media Correspondent at the FT, Raymond Snoddy has built up a reputation as one of the UK’s most respected media reporters and commentators. Well-known as the launch presenter of BBC’s NewsWatch, Ray reveals what it was like to work at the broadcaster in light of the Hutton Inquiry, explains how he got the scoop on many explosive stories, and tells us about the time he flew on Concorde to interview Rupert Murdoch.
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