After Greg Dyke’s resignation, a career BBC clone was chosen to replace him. Mark Thompson was seen as a safe pair of hands until his agenda for change turned into a recipe for disaster.
‘ … an essential guide to how the BBC works.’
‘ … how greed, short-sightedness and personal ambition can bring a large organisation to its knees.’
‘ … the writing is spare and the dialogue rings true.’
‘ … for an insight into the daily life of one of the world’s most important media powerhouses, this book is a must’.
‘ … there’s plenty in here which outside observers – including aspiring journalists – will find fascinating’.
‘ … a candid glimpse into the life of journalists – I laughed out loud.’