Star salaries demand a bid to dismantle BBC says Doctor Who's Capaldi

Star salaries demand a bid to dismantle BBC says Doctor Who's Capaldi
 

The Scottish actor said the clause in the BBC's new royal charter, which requires the corporation to disclose the pay of talent earning more than £150,000 a year, was part of an attempt to "dismantle" the broadcaster.
He was backed by Doctor Who writer Steven Moffat, who described the proposal as "intrusive, invasive nonsense".
Capaldi told the Press Association: "It's people just embarking upon attacking the BBC for no particular reason other than they'd like to dismantle it because it is powered by an ethos of artistic spirit, ambition and intelligence that is no... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 34
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