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|Select Committee on the BBC Charter Review - First Report|
Here you can browse the report which was ordered by the House of Lords to be printed 18 October 2005.
Chapter 2: The importance of the BBC
Chapter 3: Safeguarding the independence of the BBC
The constitution of the BBC: Charter or Statute?
Chapter 4: Governance and regulation of content
The need for clarity in content regulation
The need to represent the licence fee payer
The BBC's own proposals for reform
The Lord Burns Panel's proposals for reform
The Government's proposals for reform
Responsibility for governance and regulation
Accountability for the use of public money
The Government's proposals for reviewing funding
Alternatives to the licence fee
Evaluating and setting the licence fee
Collecting and enforcing the licence fee
A "top-sliced" or "contestable" licence fee
A new set of incentives for PSB?
Chapter 6: The role of the BBC
Reflecting the nations and regions
Broadcasting in the nations and regions
Production in the nations and regions
Bringing the UK to the world and the world to the UK
The languages of the BBC World Service
Chapter 7: The BBC's impact on the market
Appealing the result of the Public Value Test
A threshold for the Public Value Test?
Separating commercial and public service activities
Chapter 8: Commissioning of independent content
What is an independent producer?
Chapter 9: Summary of Recommendations
Governance and regulation of content
The BBC's impact on the market
Commisioning independent content
Appendix 1: Membership of the Committee
NOTE: (Q) refers to a question in oral evidence and
(p) refers to a page of written evidence.
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