Podcasts from CMCI’s “Beyond Value for Money” symposium on cultural value are now available on line, along with the script of Sir John Tusa’s opening address. This provides a valuable resource for scholars, students and professionals interested in the question of value in the arts, media and education.
The speakers are: Professor Richard Howells (CMCI), Sir John Tusa (former head of the BBC World Service and the Barbican Centre), Ed Vaizey MP (the UK’s longest serving Culture Secretary), John Holden (Associate at Demos), Mark Damazer CBE (former head of BBC Radio 4, now Master of St Peter’s College, Oxford) , Lizzie Crump (the Cultural Learning Alliance), Jonty Claypole (Director of Arts at the BBC) and David Elstein (chairman of Open Democracy and the Broadcasting Policy Group).
You can find the podcasts here: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/ahri/eventrecords/2016-2017/World-Service/Beyond-Value-for-Money-symposium.aspx#podcasts with the addition of John Tusa’s script here: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/ahri/centres/lifewriting/Documents/Tusa-Talk-for-BVFM-13-December-2016..pdf
We thank all our podcast speakers for their generosity in making their presentations available. Special thanks to Sir John for letting us have and use his script as well.