HC Deb 16 December 2002 vol 396 c527W
Keith Vaz

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what the membership is of the(a) Advisory Committee on the Government Art Collection, (b) Advisory Council on Libraries, (c) Architectural Heritage Fund, (d) Arts Council of England, (e) British Film Institute, (f) British Library Board, (g) British Tourist Authority, (h) Crafts Council, (i) the Board of English Heritage, (j) English Tourist Board, (k) the Board of the Horniman Museum, (l) Independent Television Commission, (m) Library and Information Commission, (n) the Board of the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, (o) National Film and Television School, (p) National Lottery Charities Board, (q) National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, (r) Public Lending Right Advisory Committee, (s) Reviewing Committees on the Export of Works of Art, (t) Radio Authority, (u) Royal National Theatre, (v) S4C and (w) Treasure Valuation Committee. [87010]

Dr. Howells

The membership of bodies for which my Department is responsible is set out in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport Annual Report 2002, a copy of which is available in the Library of the House. The National Lottery Charities Board is now known as the Community Fund and the Library and Information Commission has been replaced by Resource. Additionally, my right hon. Friend, the Secretary of State is responsible for the membership of half of the board of the Architectural Heritage Fund. The full list of members is as follows:

  • Jane Sharman CBE (Chair)
  • Robert Clow
  • John Heritage Pavitt
  • William Cadell
  • Merlin Waterson
  • Colin Amery
  • Nicholas Baring
  • David Adams QBE
  • Malcolm Crowder QBE
  • Roy Dantzic
  • Fionnula Jay-O'Boyle MBE
  • Roger Wools

The Secretary of State is not responsible for the membership of the National Film and Television School, Royal National Theatre and Crafts Council, who make their own appointments. Members of the British Film Institute are appointed by the Film Council. Details of membership of these organisations should be available from the bodies.