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'Revolution' at the BBC

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The BBC licence fee is to be frozen at the current level for the next six years and the corporation will have to pick up the cost of the World Service, S4C and investment in local TV.

Former managing director of the BBC World Service Sir John Tusa and Jocelyn Hay, of the Voice of the Listener and Viewer, discuss how this decision will affect the Corporation.


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