Does the BBC deserve to survive? Is it left-wing, self-satisfied, nannying and bloated? Or is it one of Britain's strongest and most admirable independent institutions? Has it shamefully abandoned its Reithian mission, or marvellously modernised it? Should the license fee stay? And should it be brought under the control of Ofcom? Caroline Thomson, Director of Policy and Legal, BBC; Barry Cox, deputy chair of Channel 4; Patricia Hodgson, chief executive of the ITC; Damian Thompson, feature writer for the Daily Telegraph. In the chair: Edward Lucas, Britain correspondent at the Economist.

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