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The Bottom Line: Infrastructure and Media Training for CEOs

Updated Thursday, 12th July 2012

Evan Davis and guests discuss UK infrastructure and the pros and cons of media training for CEOs

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Presented by Evan Davis, The Bottom Line cuts through confusion, statistics and spin to present a clearer view of the business world, through discussion with people running leading and emerging companies.

This week, Evan and his executive panel discuss the business of building and running infrastructurehow good is the UK at developing and delivering it? They also swap thoughts on the pros and cons of media training.

Joining Evan in the studio are:

  • Steve Holliday, chief executive of international electricity and gas company National Grid plc
  • Nicola Shaw, chief executive of High Speed One, the Channel Tunnel high-speed rail line
  • Philip Dilley, chairman of global design, engineering and consulting company Arup Group

The Bottom Line is broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Thursday, 12 July 2012. It can also be seen on BBC News Channel and BBC World and heard on the BBC World Service. For further broadcast details, and to listen or watch online, please visit

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