Saturday, 21 April 2012

BBC Mayoral Debate in Romford


Dear Brendan Miller,

I see that the BBC is going to have a Mayoral Debate during Question Time next Thursday in Romford.

You sent me a message telling me that The BBC has decided to no longer do a mayoral special next Thursday and instead just do a normal Question Time. The thinking is that the mayoral debates have been dominated by local issues and Question Time is a national programme.

So perhaps you could clarify this matter because the announcement is still online and the Mayoral Debate is going ahead. The BBC invited me only to send contradictory messages afterwards.

London Press Officer – Лондон Пресс Атташе


From: Brendan Miller
Sent: 19 April 2012 16:09
To: atvlondon@btconnect.com
Cc: Simon Darby
Subject: Question Time

Dear Carlos

The BBC has decided to no longer do a mayoral special next Thursday and instead just do a normal Question Time. The thinking is that the mayoral debates have been dominated by local issues and Question Time is a national programme.

I’m really sorry about the inconvenience.

Best wishes,

Brendan


Brendan Miller
Producer
BBC Question Time
227 Ingram StreetGlasgow G1 1DA

 


From: atvlondon [mailto:atvlondon@btconnect.com]
Sent: 19 April 2012 07:44
To: Brendan Miller
Cc: Simon Darby
Subject: Question Time
Importance: High

Dear Brendan Miller,

I was told by Simon Derby that you were planning to invite us to participate in Question Time together with other mayoral candidates, presumably next week in East London. I tried to contact you using your mobile number but it does not seem to be the right number.

Could you send me contact details to get in touch?

All the best

Carlos Cortiglia

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