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  1. Michael Ian Grade, Baron Grade of Yarmouth, CBE (born 8 March 1943) is an English television executive and businessman. He has held a number of senior roles in television, including controller of BBC1 (1984–1986), chief executive of Channel 4 (1988–1997), Chairman of the Board of Governors of the BBC (2004–2006), and executive chairman of ITV plc (2007–2009). [1]

  2. 24 de mar. de 2022 · Michael Grade, the Tory peer who has been put forward as the government’s choice to chair the broadcasting regulator Ofcom, is one of the most familiar behind-the-scenes figures in British TV....

  3. 27 de mar. de 2022 · Michael Grade faces tough questions over fitness to lead Ofcom MPs vetting peer’s appointment as chair of media regulator raise impartiality and business concerns ‘If I am appointed,’ says the QC...

  4. Michael Grade Fecha de nacimiento 08/03/1943 (79 años) Lugar de nacimiento London, England Conocido por Actor PUBLICIDAD Películas y series Película Best Ever Bond No disponible Serie Banned! The...

    • Actor
    • March 8, 1943
    • London, England
  5. 1 de abr. de 2022 · Michael Grade was photographed outside BBC TV Centre in 1984 Lord Grade, 79, who started his career as a sports journalist in the 1960s, has formerly been chief executive of ITV, and also...

  6. www.imdb.com › name › nm0333529Michael Grade - IMDb

    15 de jul. de 2022 · Michael Grade, Producer: Kane & Abel. For Michael Grade, a distinguished and highly successful career in showbusiness appeared to be in the genes. Born in 1943 in London, England, his father was Leslie Grade and his uncles were Lew Grade and Bernard Delfont. Grade became a trainee journalist on the Daily Mirror in 1960 (he was their sports columnist 1964 - 1966). In 1973 he became ...

  7. Michael Grade CBE (born 8 March 1943 [1]) was a British broadcast executive. In 1984, he joined BBC Television as Controller of BBC One . In 1985, he controversially put Doctor Who on an eighteen-month hiatus citing low ratings, overly violent content, and farcical storylines. In 1986, he compelled John Nathan-Turner to fire Colin Baker.