Our satirical writer Edwin Phillips reads a top-level communication from The BBC defending its director in Wales after revelations on The Eye that he presided over an organisation where a senior executive had an affair with a married presenter, record-breaking low audience figures were recorded for one of its radio services, a comedy drama described as "embarrassingly unfunny" was commissioned, accusations from a leading politician were made that it had a "link" with a nationalist party, and staff have not all moved into a new £100 million headquarters two and a half years after it was handed over, which he claimed made his corporation "more accessible" yet an interview with him had been refused.
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