FORA.tv Speaker - John Tusa
John Tusa has fifty years experience of working in broadcasting, journalism and arts administration. During his BBC career, he presented BBC 2's "Newsnight" program from 1980 to 1986, and, from 1986 to 1992, he was managing director, BBC World Service. After retiring in 2007, he became chairman of the University of the Arts London, and chair of the Clore Leadership Programme. He remained chairman of the Wigmore Hall Trust and has just become chair of www.theartsdesk.com.
He has served on the Board of the National Portrait Gallery and the British Museum. He has written four books on the arts and arts administration: Art Matters, Engaged with the Arts, On Creativity and The Janus Aspect. He is a regular columnist and commentator on the arts and broadcasts regularly for BBC Radio4.
02.23.10 | 00:32:49 min
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