Lord Janvrin GCB GCVO
The Rt Hon Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon
GCMG KBE PC (Paddy Ashdown)
Sir Michael Burton KCVO CMG
Former Director Middle East and North Africa
Sir Peter Bazalgette
Chair of Arts Council England
"Why should the public fund the arts? "
Field Marshal The Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank
GCB LVO OBE DL
Lt Gen David Leakey CMG, CBE
Admiral The Right Honourable Lord West of Spithead
Mr Jonathan Fenby CBE
Dominic Grieve QC MP
Lord Hameed CBE DL
Sir Peter Bazalgette, the incumbent Chair of Arts Council England is also currently President of the Royal Television Society. He has served as Chair of ‘English National Opera’ and Deputy Chair of ‘National Film and Television School’. He has been a non-executive director for the ‘Department for Culture Media and Sport’. Sir Peter’s media interests include serving on the Board of Broadcasters ITV as well as being on the Advisory Board of Advertiser BBH. Sir Peter helped create the Independent TV Production Sector in the United Kingdom, working as a successful television producer for 30yrs. He was Chairman of Endemol UK and Creative Director of Endemol worldwide. Under his supervision the company grew three fold and was sold in 2007 for €3.2 billion. He created the hit UK blockbuster version of” Big Brother “and is credited with popularising this format as a phenomenal global brand. He created many British TV hits including "Ready Steady Cook", "Changing Rooms" and produced BBC’s ‘Food and Drink’ creating the ‘Celebrity Chef’. Sir Peter has written many books including ‘Billion Dollar Game’ a study of the international TV formats business.
Next Devon Lecture
TRAVEL PACKAGE AVAILABLE
Celebrating 100 years of the
Royal Air Force
Air Chief Marshall rtd
Sir Richard Johns
GCB, KCVO, CBE, FRAes
"BRITISH AIR POWER"
Auditorium at the Clovelly Visitors Centre
Reception and Drinks
Lecture with questions and answers
Dinner (with questions) Black Tie, Suits with Bow ties, Ethnic Dress
(Ticket costs include a glass of wine
at the reception).
The Lord Hennessey of Nympsfield . FBA
Sir Peter Bazalgette
General Sir Adrian