Sir Lenny Henry is guest-editing Broadcast’s special Diversity issue, published on 31 May as part of its 60th anniversary celebrations.
The actor, comedian and diversity campaigner has worked closely with the Broadcast editorial team to create a line-up of news stories and features that shine a light on critical diversity issues such as ethnicity, class, gender and disability.
Published on 31 May, Broadcast’s special Diversity issue includes:
- Sir Lenny Henry interviewing Tom Watson, Labour deputy leader and shadow culture minister
- Results from the first diverse-led indies survey, highlighting their experiences in UK broadcasting
- A broadcaster roundtable featuring BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky
- A spotlight on how to fund diverse programming
- Comment pieces from the likes of Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley aka Lost Voice Guy, and deaf programme maker Cathy Heffernan
“This edition of Broadcast magazine promises to open up the true representation/diversity issue with robust discussions, interviews, chewy facts and solution-based chat. Join us,” says Henry.
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