There’s something in the water in Wales…
WHEN RHODRI Talfan Davies takes his leave as Director of BBC Wales in the years ahead, will he once again follow in his father’s footsteps?
It’s become the practice of departing Directors to take up one of the best paid part-time jobs in Wales — a directorship in Glas Cymru.
Glas Cymru owns Welsh Water and claims to be a “not-for-profit” business with customers as its “sole” concern.
But a forthcoming Rebecca Television investigation will claim consumers have been cheated of £100 million.
It’s the board of directors who really benefit.
When Geraint Talfan Davies left BBC Wales in 1999, he helped set up Glas Cymru — and soaked up more than £450,000 in fees in his decade with the company.
He was still there when his friend Menna Richards, who succeeded him as BBC Wales Director, was appointed to the Glas Cymru board in November 2010.
She currently gets £57,000…
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