Robert J Savage, the author of "The BBC's Irish Troubles" with former BBC executives, Cecil Taylor, left, and Robin Walsh at the launch of his book in Belfast, N Ireland, 4th June 2014. Cecil Taylor was the first television journalist appointed by BBC-NI later holding the posts of regional news editor and head of programmes.  Walsh went on to became Editor of the Network Nine O'Clock News and later Controller NI. Savage, the author of a number of Irish-themed publications, is Professor of the Practice of History  at Boston College, Massachusetts, USA. 201506043895<br />
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Robert J Savage, the author of "The BBC's Irish Troubles" with former BBC executives, Cecil Taylor, left, and Robin Walsh at the launch of his book in Belfast, N Ireland, 4th June 2014. Cecil Taylor was the first television journalist appointed by BBC-NI later holding the posts of regional news editor and head of programmes. Walsh went on to became Editor of the Network Nine O'Clock News and later Controller NI. Savage, the author of a number of Irish-themed publications, is...
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