During his six years as head of English Services at the CBC, Richard Stursberg
stood the Corporation on its head. He introduced reality TV, revamped the news operation and transformed Radio 2 from playing all classical music, to a mix of different genres. He shunned the word "mandate", and he took no prisoners.
Michael speaks with Richard Stursberg about his time at the CBC, which he chronicles in his new book The Tower of Babble.
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Douglas & McIntyre - The Tower of Babble