BBC presenter pushes her boss about the BBC pay gap and you can hear him squirm
It’s never easy talking about salaries but one BBC journalist gave us all a masterclass in how to handle it.
Mishal Husain, a presenter on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, interviewed her boss, the BBC Director-General Lord Tony Hall hours before the organisation released salary details of its highest earners.
As expected the report showed a massive pay gap between genders and a lack of diversity among top earners. About two-thirds of BBC stars earning more than £150,000 are male, compared to one-third female.
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But Mishal Husain definitely led the