A Licence to be Different: The Story of Channel 4
By: Maggie Brown (author)Hardback
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This is an accessible account of Channel 4's history, from creation & appearance on air on November 2 1982 - to the present day. The book will trace how the channel came about, and provide an account of its eventful history through a focus on key figures including Jeremy Isaacs, Liz Forgan & Phil Redmond.
Maggie Brown is one of the UK's leading media journalists. She writes for the "Guardian"'s media section and website, and also contributes to a range of other publications including the "Evening Standard," "The Stage" and "Radio Times." She was one of the founders of "The""Independent" and, as its first media editor, started its media section. She is a trustee of the Sandford St Martin's Trust, which promotes excellence in religious broadcasting, and a regular jury member for the BAFTA and Royal Television Society awards.
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