Tim Gardam

Tim Gardam
Tim Gardan must have like his visit to Nerja, according to his letter below:

" Dear Ian,
Very many thanks for such an enjoyable day in Nerja. It was a great treat to escape a cold and bleak Oxford and arrive to such good and lively company. I was most touched to be invited. I also very much enjoyed my encounter with your rather impressive radio station later! I
do hope the association goes from strength to trength. It buzzed with life and ideas.
Thanks again
Tim "


Tim Gardam is a British journalist and educator. He is the son of the novelist Jane Gardam. He studied at Westminster School and gained a double first in English from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. He subsequently worked at the BBC (where he invented Timewatch and edited Newsnight), and as director of programmes at Channel 4. He was then appointed by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport to lead a review of digital television in Britain.

He is currently Principal of St. Anne's College, Oxford and a Senior Member of student publishing house OSPL.

Tim Gardam

Tim Gardam and Alumnae of St. Anne. Second from left is our own Dr. Dorothy Price.