Roger Mosey

Roger Mosey

@rogermosey

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Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge. Bradfordian. Arsenal fan. Former head of TV news and director of sport at the BBC.

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Joined on March 24, 2011
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @rogermosey and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
14 hours
Average replies
26
Average retweets
136
Average likes
635
Tweets with photos
15 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

“No change” is not an option, and the new BBC director-general may have to be a revolutionary. My piece for @RTS_media Television magazine. https://t.co/cmaYizaO5a

Quoted @BBCNewsPR

Congratulations to Owenna Griffiths who’s been announced as the new editor of @BBCr4today. Owenna, currently editor of @BBCPM, will start in September. https://t.co/oGYDw8vmt7

Congratulations to Owenna Griffiths who’s been announced as the new editor of @BBCr4today. Owenna, currently editor of @BBCPM, will start in September. https://t.co/oGYDw8vmt7

A very sound choice. Owenna has the strongest of track records in radio, and she'll stand up for the programme externally - and, equally important, inside the BBC too. https://t.co/6dCFxswd58

Hytner: "This is a much better plan than anyone expected and it’s a big achievement for DCMS. Obviously there’s a lot of work to done ... But I warmly welcome the way Rishi Sunak and Oliver Dowden have responded to the tenacious and detailed lobbying of the entire arts sector.”

Quoted @RishiSunak

The show must go on. We’re introducing a world-leading £1.57 billion rescue package to help cultural, arts and heritage institutions weather the impact of coronavirus. https://t.co/J3KXUOxJEE

The show must go on. 

We’re introducing a world-leading £1.57 billion rescue package to help cultural, arts and heritage institutions weather the impact of coronavirus. https://t.co/J3KXUOxJEE

Will want to see the details but this is good news for our cultural sector. There is no doubt that without support it will not recover. https://t.co/TbtkNvuX7c

Two restaurant visits this weekend. One exemplary: well done Millworks and @Cambscuisine. One worrying: not enough social distancing, no masks, almost no changes from their normal operation.

On the day we celebrate the #NHS, this piece by my Selwyn College colleague @charlot_summers is a tribute to the expertise of medical staff - and shows how much they appreciate the public's support. https://t.co/EgI9KoWFJf

We’re pleased that our bar is open again, with appropriate health safety measures. The blue sign marks the ordering point, with a one-way system and social distancing in place. https://t.co/1ODXGt4aP9

We’re pleased that our bar is open again, with appropriate health safety measures. The blue sign marks the ordering point, with a one-way system and social distancing in place. https://t.co/1ODXGt4aP9

How a Selwyn doctor helped manage the health crisis. A piece from the Selwyn magazine by @charlot_summers, now deservedly getting a wider readership on the @Cambridge_Uni website. https://t.co/p7rGL9HoqJ

Tom Hollander's essay for @Selwyn1882 and the @newstatesman is brilliant, I reckon. https://t.co/4r3EnVQKxi

Quoted @NewStatesman

Self-isolating after a bout of Covid-19, the actor Tom Hollander reflects on the pandemic and our relationship with nature. https://t.co/EfZk9Tqofx

Pleased that the New Statesman picked up this lovely essay by Tom Hollander, written specially for the @selwyn1882 magazine. https://t.co/xJmUTJwbnC

We’re delighted to launch a special video for this year’s @Cambridge_Uni Open Days. It’s a visit to Selwyn led by our senior tutor, giving a sense of the college and its approach to learning. https://t.co/zivAuf2vIq

The @Cambridge_Uni Open Days this summer are virtual - so we've put together this 6' video about Selwyn College and its people. @BeCambridge @Selwyn1882 https://t.co/DaQk0kdZ6I

It’s been a decent start by @timesradio. The Mir/Abell combination works. The main thing to applaud is an investment in intelligent speech radio, which adds to the range of voices alongside the BBC and LBC.

Arsenal
11 days ago

⌛️ 90 minutes on the clock 🏆 A semi-final at stake 𝗡𝗼𝗯𝗼𝗱𝘆 does cup drama like The Arsenal. #EmiratesFACup https://t.co/Fwwsw0nmwC

Quoted @DHSCgovuk

As of 9am 28 June, there have been 9,195,132 tests, with 127,709 tests on 27 June. 311,151 people have tested positive. As of 5pm on 27 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 43,550 have sadly died. More info: ➡️ https://t.co/r2YbE2e3O8 https://t.co/Weexym5Jge

As of 9am 28 June, there have been 9,195,132 tests, with 127,709 tests on 27 June. 

311,151 people have tested positive. 

As of 5pm on 27 June, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 43,550 have sadly died.

More info:
➡️ https://t.co/r2YbE2e3O8 https://t.co/Weexym5Jge

The 7-day average of reported new cases (Pillar 1 + Pillar 2 combined) for the UK went below 1,000 yesterday and is now at 914, 25% lower than same time last week. The 7-day average was 5,195 at its peak on 13 April, & that was when testing was much more limited in scope. https://t.co/qs9tLZLkxT

The witch hunt of Baroness Nicholson is a proxy war. My @thetimes column on misogynist fury about She Who Cannot Be Cancelled. https://t.co/rWqbb0pQPZ

Quoted @lornadupre

A very interesting and informative talk just now by @Selwyn1882 Dr Charlotte Summers, University Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine, on coronavirus and her experience of it at Addenbrooke's. Thank you to @rogermosey for excellent chairing and question-wrangling.

Huge thanks to @charlot_summers for this. I think we are all just in awe of the work that she and her colleagues at Addenbrooke’s (and across the NHS) are doing. https://t.co/npqcIOI1ZE

Took part this afternoon in a video link-up with the students who should have been graduating today. It was wonderful that people joined from as far away as New Zealand; and emotional to see the familiar faces and to wish that we were walking to the Senate House together now. https://t.co/uv9f8NvHXG

Took part this afternoon in a video link-up with the students who should have been graduating today. It was wonderful that people joined from as far away as New Zealand; and emotional to see the familiar faces and to wish that we were walking to the Senate House together now. https://t.co/uv9f8NvHXG

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