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Mr Tim Gardam

 

Tim is currently Chief Executive of the Nuffield Foundation and Chair of the Which? Council (The Consumers’ Association).

Prior to joining the Nuffield Foundation in 2016, Tim was Principal of St Anne’s College, Oxford for 12 years. He established the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and chaired its Steering Committee. Previously, he spent 25 years in senior broadcasting roles, starting at the BBC where he was editor of Panorama and Newsnight, and later becoming Head of Current Affairs. He was Director of Television and Director of Programmes at Channel 4 from 1998 to 2003. From 2008 to 2015 Tim was a member of the Ofcom Board and was Chair of the Ofcom Content Board. Tim was also the author of the Department for Culture Media and Sport Review of BBC Digital Radio Services in 2004, and a member of Lord Burns’ Advisory Panel on the BBC Charter Review.

Tim Gardam - photo. January 2016

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