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Articles about Lord Hill of Luton

‘ITV was the start of the Coca-colonisation of Britain’

Published 29 October 2018

In 1980, Jack Tinker, theatre critic of the Daily Mail, turns his unsympathetic eye to the launch of ITV in 1955

Factsheet 1966: Taste, Accuracy, Impartiality in ITV Programmes

Published 13 September 2018

An introduction to content regulation on ITV in 1966

That was the decade that was

Published 28 August 2018

James Green of the London Evening News looks back at a decade (and slightly more) of Rediffusion and ITV in 1967

Talk of Thames

Published 30 July 2018

Celebrating 50 years of London’s Weekday ITV: Thames – a talent for television

Frost joins tycoons in shock ITV shake-up

Published 23 July 2018

The Daily Mirror reports on the decisions taken by the ITA in the ITV franchise round of 1967

Toddlers and the £750,000 Question

Published 4 June 2018

Lord Hill of Luton on ending the Toddlers’ Truce and handing £750,000 to ITV

The BBC since 1958

Published 19 March 2018

Sir Hugh Carleton Greene’s valedictory message to the BBC and the audience after he was pushed out as Director-General in late 1968

Battle for News at Ten

Published 19 December 2016

The chairman of the ITA details the fight to get ITN’s News at Ten to air on ITV

Where do we go from here?

Published 14 November 2016

Lord Hill of Luton’s statement about the 1964 franchise round

Guardian of taste

Published 21 March 2016

Charles Curran interviews Lord Hill of Luton about sex on ITV in 1966

Back Bone Cheer

Published 30 March 2015

The BBC finally fights back against its critics

Where do we go from here?

Published 1 September 2014

Lord Hill thinks aloud about ITV’s future in 1963, while A-R doesn’t listen