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Reflections on a career commissioning music-related programmes for television

Reflections on a career commissioning music-related programmes for television

  • Date 01 Feb 2022
  • Time 4.00pm - 6.00pm
  • Category Lecture

Music Research Seminar: Jan Younghusband (Former Producer for BBC / Channel 4)

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About Jan Younghusband

Jan Younghusband is a freelance media producer and author, who, until January 2022, was the Head of Music TV commissioning at the BBC. During her time at the BBC, Younghusband worked across classical, jazz and pop music programming, both documentary and live events, including BBC Proms, Glastonbury, the Diamond Jubilee Concert, as well as One Love Manchester and the Royal Opera and Ballet. She also oversaw specials such as Adele at the BBC, Imagine… This House is Full of Music with the Kanneh-Mason family and the David Bowie documentary trilogy Five Years.

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This is an in-person event, so please feel free to join us in the Shilling Building Auditorium.

However if you wish to join us online, we will also be streaming this session via an online conferencing platform. Therefore, please complete this short form, and a member of our team will be in contact on the day of the event with further details. 

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