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Alan Peacock,Committee on Financing the BBC
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Peacock AT (Chair) (1986) Report of the committee on the financing of the BBC. Cmnd. Peacock AT (1987) The politics of investigating broadcasting finance

Peacock AT (Chair) (1986) Report of the committee on the financing of the BBC. HMSO, LondonGoogle Scholar. Peacock AT (1987) The politics of investigating broadcasting finance. Roy Bank Scot Rev 153:3–16, reprinted in: O’Malley T, Jones J (eds) (2009) The Peacock committee and UK broadcasting policy. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp 84–100Google Scholar. Peacock AT (1989) The future of public service broadcasting. In: Veljanovski C (ed) Freedom in broadcasting. IEA (Institute of Economic Affairs), London, pp 51–62Google Scholar.

HO 327. Title: Committee on Financing the BBC. Description . The Committee was appointed by the Home Secretary on 27 March 1985, under the chairmanship of Professor Alan Peacock. Description: Evidence given to the Peacock Committee appointed to recommend how the BBC should be financed. 9824) was published in July 1986, and constitutes 14 pieces and was open on transfer. The list of all contributors of evidence can be found in Appendix B of the Committee's report. Have you found an error with this catalogue description? Let us know. Which field contains the error?

The politics of investigating broadcasting finance The Peacock committee and UK broadcasting policy.

The politics of investigating broadcasting finance The Peacock committee and UK broadcasting policy. Broadcasting in the ‘90s: competition, choice and quality. Eighteen years ago, Professor Sir Alan Peacock made radical proposals in a government commissioned report on the future funding of the BBC. His proposals involved making subscription to the BBC voluntary, but providing a fund that would finance public service broadcasting on a competitive basis. He also proposed a new corporate model for the BBC that will make it independent of the state but not fully commercial.

Professor Peacock's committee recommends that the BBC should have the option to privatise radios 1, 2 and local . The forthcoming Labour Government will re-examine the financing of the BBC in a way that seeks to address itself to the problem of the licence as a regressive poll tax.

Professor Peacock's committee recommends that the BBC should have the option to privatise radios 1, 2 and local radio in whole or in part and that the IBA regulation of radio should be replaced by a looser regime.

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In the mid-80s he chaired the committee which produced the 1986 Peacock Report on the financing of the BBC which had a major influence on the future structure of broadcasting. At the time Margaret Thatcher, intent on shaking up the BBC, was thought to favour abolishing the licence fee, replacing it with advertising, but the Peacock Committee instead proposed that BBC television would be paid for by direct subscription.

And BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond says the general rule has always been that if you are a working . The paper says the couple have obtained a UK trademark for The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

And BBC royal correspondent Jonny Dymond says the general rule has always been that if you are a working royal, you don't really do paid work, especially if it could cause a conflict of interest. The Earl and Countess of Wessex faced such allegations when they tried to run a TV company and PR firm, respectively. But it says that if they want to attract wealthy US-based donors, they may also need to set up a stateside "friends of" organisation so donors can benefit from local tax-breaks. How will they handle the media?

The last time the committee met, in November, two members voted to cut rates.

Another decision is due on 30 January. The last time the committee met, in November, two members voted to cut rates. Jonathan Haskell has said risks to the economy were "lingering" in a speech after his vote was cast. Currently, the rate is at . 5%, not far from its historic low of . 5%.