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Greg Dyke


Dyke was educated at Hayes Grammar School and gained a degree in Politics from the University of York. He moved from journalism into broadcasting in 1977 when he joined London Weekend Television. He was subsequently Editor-in-Chief of TV-am and Director of Programmes for Television South before being appointed Director of Programmes at London ... See full bio »

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6 O'Clock Show Producer
(1982-1983)
(1984)
(2016)
The London Programme Editorial Department
(1979-2000)

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 1979-1981 The London Programme (TV Series) (deputy editor - 57 episodes)
- Who Cares? (1981) ... (deputy editor)
- Juggernauts (1981) ... (deputy editor)
- GLC: The Elections (1981) ... (deputy editor)
- Is It Time to Scrap the GLC? (1981) ... (deputy editor)
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If British broadcasters want to recapture some of the lustre lost in recent years, and in particular the BBC because they're not funded by advertising, they must be willing to take more risks. Maybe it's time they stopped the scattergun approach to programming and put more money into bigger projects. And in the process, maybe it's time they gave more power to the creatives, to the producers, to ... See more »

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Resigned in January 2004 when the BBC was criticized by the Hutton Inquiry for airing a story that suggested the British government had deliberately "sexed up" the argument for going to war in Iraq. The story turned out to have errors in it. See more »

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