Hutton Chops

Friday, January 30, 2004

It's been a tough week for the Beeb. After months of investigation, Lord Hutton concluded that the BBC was at fault last year for broadcasting a report accusing the British government of "sexing up" intelligence about the Iraqi threat. The decision was followed by the resignations of two top BBC executives, which in turn triggered massive protests by BBC employees. Bob talks to WBUR's London-based reporter Michael Goldfarb about the fallout from the Hutton report.

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