There will be many members who will remember Sir Paul Fox who has died aged 98. As Tim Davie, DG, said on hearing of his death,

“Sir Paul had a towering career in television – not just with the BBC – but across the industry. “Few people have had such a broad and lasting impact on the TV landscape, commissioning shows that audiences have loved for decades and still love. From Sports Personality of the Year and Panorama to the Two Ronnies, Dad’s Army and Parkinson, his legacy is unmatched.“He was one of the best TV executives from a golden era in television. He will be hugely missed.”

Most of the national newspapers and TV companies have run an obituary – here a few inks.

Published On: April 15th, 2024 / 0.8 min read / Views: 61 /


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