HIDDEN AGENDA

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THIS PROGRAMME has been temporarily withdrawn for re-editing.
The broadcaster ITV has objected to the use of its copyright material and it’s being removed.
The trailer, which does not infringe ITV copyright, can be seen below.
See the article ITV Bid To Gag Rebecca Television for more on this story.

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RHODRI WILLIAMS is a major player in British broadcasting.

He’s Wales Director of the broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.

For part of last year he handled one of its most important roles: Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs in London.

But he’s a controversial character.

HIDDEN ONCE, HIDDEN TWICE, HIDDEN THREE TIMES The dramatic story behind Rhodri Williams' sudden departure from  the company he helped to found was suppressed in 2001, again in 2003 and now ITV want to hide it again.  Photo: Ofcom

HIDDEN ONCE, HIDDEN TWICE, HIDDEN THREE TIMES
The dramatic story behind Rhodri Williams’ sudden departure from the company he helped to found was kept secret in 2001, suppressed in 2003 and now ITV have taken action to prevent Rebecca Television showing the interview which tells what happened …
Photo: Ofcom

This programme reveals, for the first time, the inside story of how he was dramatically sacked from the television company he co-founded.

He was sacked for dishonesty — a charge he branded “defamatory and libellous”.

The video has been withdrawn so that it can be re-cut.

However, the trailer gives an idea of the programme’s content.

For more details on the career of Rhodri Williams, see the article A Man Of Conviction?

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 Editor Paddy French has declared a personal interest in this story: the details are revealed in the article, A Licence To Censor.

Hidden Agenda was first shown on the old Rebecca Television website last year.

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