Joan Dawson Bakewell BAKEWELL

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1933-04-16
Education Stockport HS for Girls, Newnham Coll Cambridge (BA)
Publications N/A
Recreations cinema, theatre, travel, talk
Clubs N/A
Style The Baroness Bakewell, DBE
Career broadcaster and writer 1964-; TV critic The Times 1978-81, arts corr BBC 1981-87, columnist Sunday Times 1987-91; chm BFI 1999-2002 (vice-chm 1996-99), chair Nat Campaign for the Arts 2004-10, chair Shared Experience 2007-; memb: Cncl Aldeburgh Productions 1987-99, Bd RNT 1997-2003, Cncl Members of the Tate Gallery; hon pres Soc of Arts Publicists 1988-92; pres Birkbeck Univ of London 2013; assoc fell Newnham Coll Cambridge 1990-91 (assoc 1984-87); FRCA; >ir< BBC incl: Meeting Point 1964, The Second Sex 1964, Late Night Line Up 1965-72, The Youthful Eye 1968, Moviemakers at the National Film Theatre 1971, Film '72 and Film '73, For the Sake of Appearance 1973, Where is Your God? 1973, Who Cares? 1973, The Affirmative Way (series) 1973, What's it all About? (2 series) 1974, Time Running Out (series) 1974, The Brontë Business 1974, The Shakespeare Business 1976, Generation to Generation (series) 1976, My Day with the Children 1977, The Moving Line 1979, Arts UK: OK? 1980, Arts corr 1982-87, The Heart of the Matter 1988-2000, My Generation 2000, One Foot in the Past 2000, Taboo 2001; ITV incl: Sunday Break 1962, Home at 4.30 1964, Thank You Ron (writer and prodr) 1974, Fairest Fortune 1974, Edinburgh Festival Report 1974, Reports Action (4 series) 1976-78; also Memento (Channel 4) 1993; >ir< Away from it All 1978-79, PM 1979-81, Artist of the Week (Radio 3) 1998-2000, The Brains Tst (Radio 3) 1998-2000, Belief (Radio 3) 2001-, Inside the Ethics Committee (Radio 4) 2009-; radio plays: There and Back (Radio 4), Parish Magazine (3 episodes), Brought to Book (2005)
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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