Two interesting questions are raised by Alasdair Milne’s book about his time at the BBC.[*] The first, more important but less interesting, is: what, if anything, is wrong with the BBC? The second is: what, if anything, is wrong with Alasdair Milne?
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[*] DG: The Memoirs of a British Broadcaster by Alasdair Milne was published by Hodder on 16 June (214 pp., £12.95, 0 340 42772 8).