A new direction for Kevin Bakhurst

Moving on to pastures new, Bakhurst believes the organisation is in good hands

7th August, 2016
Kevin Bakhurst: moving on from RTÉ after four years Picture: Feargal Ward

After four years in RTÉ, during which he shot up the ladder from managing director of news and current affairs to deputy director general, most recently serving as acting director general, Kevin Bakhurst is leaving Montrose.

It is not a major shock. While people had not expected Bakhurst to leave so quickly, staff had surmised he would step down after losing out on the director general job to Dee Forbes. He will work out...

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