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Roger Bolton is a Trustee of Premier.
I have worked within the following organisations and roles: BBC TV as Editor Panorama, Nationwide Tonight, Head of BBC Network Production Centre, Thames TV, Editor This Week, Independent Producer and currently Radio Presenter, R4 Feedback and former presenter Radio 4 Sunday.
Tell us something about yourself we wouldn’t expect?
I am a passionate supporter of Carlisle United and lifelong fan of Paul Simon, Mark Knopfler, and Barbara Dickson. I am happiest on the hills of the Lake District or walking on the Devon coast, with an old parish church to visit afterwards.
Why did you decide to become a trustee/ director for Premier?
Peter Kerridge asked me. I am a Christian and have had a long and varied career in broadcasting. I would get bored in semi-retirement.
Why is this important to you?
I admire Premier and wish to see it continue to grow. I doubt if its work has ever been more needed.
What would you want with you if stranded on a desert Island?
My father (died 2005). He was a very good carpenter and had been in the Royal Navy.
If you could invite anyone (past/present) to be at your dinner party, who would you choose and why?
Jesus- to find out whether he thinks the New Testament is totally reliable!
What is your favourite book?
Book: Jesus the Jew by Prof. Geza Vermes.