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Marmaduke Hussey has been one of the most important figures in British media in the 20th century. Despite having a leg amputated during World War II, he finished university, became a manager at the Daily Mail, Managing Director of The Times and also Chairman of the BBC. This is his biography.
Marmaduke Hussey was born in 1923, the son of a civil servant. He gained a scholarship to Oxford, though his University education was cut short by World War II. Despite having a leg amputated, he finished his University career and became a manager at the Daily Mail. Since then he has been the Managing Director of The Times group of Newspapers and also the Chairman of the BBC. He is married with two children.