Your host will be Lord Birt, better known as John Birt who was the former director general of the BBC from 1992-2000. Born in Liverpool, he was a close friend of fellow Liverpudlian Cilla Black. After leaving the BBC, Birt was strategic advisor to Tony Blair, Prime Minister at the time, underlining his extensive experience of business and government at every level. But all this came from humble beginnings: he came from a working-class family, before securing a place at Oxford University via a grammar school.
He’s a fascinating person to talk to and a perfect guide to the inner machinations of the British political system, and how it intersects with the commercial world. You and a guest will also get a full access tour of the House of Commons and House of Lords, seeing the places that most visitors don’t get the chance to visit. Lord Birt will also answer any questions about his life and career, providing a special insight into how carve out a career in media and politics. High tea in the Palace – one of its specialities, complete with crustless sandwiches – is also an occasion not to be missed.
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As always, CharityStars.com will be donating the profits from the sale to charity. The choice of charity is particularly close to Lord Birt’s heart, as the money raised from this fascinating lot will go towards the Liverpool FC Foundation.
This is the official charity of the club, delivering a range of initiatives that inspire young people from all walks of life around Liverpool to make a positive change happen for themselves and their communities. It makes an amazing difference, working with more than 3000 young people every week.
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