Broadcasting and politics in an age of digital disruption
Saturday 24 September 2022, 11.00am to 12.00pm BST
In our turbulent times, Roger Mosey argues in his new book that public broadcasting and high-quality journalism are needed more than ever – especially when Westminster politics seems to be so badly damaged. He is joined in discussion by Baroness Sally Morgan, who has worked at the heart of government. They will be discussing how the daily news might be the very thing to help our democracy.
Roger Mosey is the Master of Selwyn College and a Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. Previously, he spent most of his career at the BBC. His final role was as Editorial Director, and previous jobs included being Editor of Today on BBC Radio 4; Controller of BBC Radio 5 Live; Head of BBC Television News; Director of Sport and the BBC Director of London 2012.
Baroness Sally Morgan
Baroness Sally Morgan became Fitzwilliam College’s ninth Master on 1 October 2019. Sally Morgan was born and went to school in Liverpool. She became a peer in 2001, was Director of Government Relations in 10 Downing Street until 2005 and was Minister for Women and Equalities. She served on the Olympic Delivery Authority board for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and is a former Chair of Ofsted and vice-chair at King's College London. She is currently a trustee of the Education Policy Institute and the PTI. She is Chair of the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS hospitals in London and, in Cambridge, is a member of the management board of the Bennett Institute and the advisory board of the Centre for Science and Policy.