The BBC is one of the most important institutions in Britain. It is also one of the most misunderstood.
Is it full of 'pinko liberals' as critics sometimes claim?
Is it impartial, as the Corporation itself insists, reflecting society and truth?
Or is it, as a new book maintains, always on the side of the elite?
Are we getting only the news which the Establishment wants the public to know about?
Our distinguished panel have studied it, chronicled it and made a career in it. Join the discussion.
Tom Mills - Author, "The BBC: Myth of a Public Service"
Jean Seaton - Professor of Media History, University of Westminster
Emily Buchanan - ex-BBC World Affairs correspondent
Chair: Des Freedman, Professor of Media and Communication Studies, Goldsmiths
Wednesday November 23 5pm LG01, PSH Followed by networking drinks
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