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Lawrence Pollard

Arts Correspondent

British Broadcasting Corporation

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BBC World Service: Host Bios and Pictures

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Lawrence Pollard, Host
Lawrence Pollard is one of the regular presenters of Newsday, on BBC World Service, which is broadcast globally on the network. Lawrence worked for several years as the culture correspondent for BBC World Service, before presenting the World Today daily news show. Among his favourite recent assignments were politics in Havana, economic catastrophe in Las Vegas and film in Ouagadougou. Lawrence has worked across BBC radio news and television, as a producer and presenter on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 3, BBC World Service and BBC Two. Before working joining the BBC, Lawrence worked in in local radio, taught and studied art. He lives in London.


www.pirateparty.org.uk

The BBC's Lawrence Pollard brought together Loz Kaye from the UK Pirate Party, which campaigns for internet freedom, and Stewart Baker, who used to work in policy for the US Department for Homeland Security.


www.thetakeaway.org

We turn to Lawrence Pollard, BBC arts correspondent.


mileswmathis.com

The secondary problem is that Pollard knows this.
If he is writing as an arts correspondent for the BBC, he must know enough recent art history to know the lines of descent in the 20th century. This article by Mr. Pollard is just one sample among many decades of bald, transparent, and hamhanded agitprop. Notice that Mr. Pollard is not writing as a representative of a gallery or any other private interest. No, he is writing as a BBC correspondent. The BBC is state-sponsored, which makes his article state-sponsored propaganda for a private market. He has turned the truth on its head for some hidden interest, probably a gallery. On one recent occasion, as example, the author Laurence Pollard published on February 20, 2009, an article of the title "Back to the Futurists," in which he claimed that a group opposing the Turner Prize was connected historically to the Futurists. This Petitioner suspects it would be quite easy to show that the BBC arts section has been infiltrated by private interests, and that authors such as Laurence Pollard are being prompted and paid by promoters of the Turner Prize and/or by private London galleries such as Saatchi. This is of public concern and the concern of Parliament for many reasons, not the least of which is that it is contrary to the charter of the BBC to be publishing false information, especially false information to benefit a private interest. A British friend, after reading this, feared I might be opening myself up to a libel suit by the BBC, Pollard, or Saatchi, for going public with such an accusation.


Steptoe & Johnson LLP: Media Feature Stewart Baker on WikiLeaks

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Mr. Baker participated in a podcast on the subject with the BBC's Lawrence Pollard and Loz Kaye of the UK Pirate Party, which campaigns for Internet freedom.


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