Tony Ageh – The BBC and a Digital Public Sphere

Event Date: 10 February 2015
Management Building Lecture Theatre
Royal Holloway University of London
Egham, Surrey
TW20 0EX

The Humanities and Arts Research Centre at Royal Holloway University of London presents:

Tony Ageh OBE (Controller of Archive, BBC and Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Media Arts, RHUL)
The BBC and a Digital Public Sphere

BBC_ArchiveThe BBC’s charter is due for renewal soon after the General Election. Licence fee funded public service broadcasting is again being questioned. Tony Ageh OBE, BBC’s Controller of Archive, will outline how the BBC’s huge archive of programmes can be used to enhance the BBC’s public service role. There will be a response from Dr Anna Whitelock,  Centre for Public History, Heritage and Engagement with the Past  (Royal Holloway).

Introduction by Professor John Ellis (RHUL):


Tony Ageh OBE:


Response by Dr Anna Whitelock (RHUL):




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