Danny Cohen

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Danny Cohen (born 1974)[1] is the Director of BBC Television.[2] He was previously the Controller of BBC One,[3] the BBC's principal television channel in the United Kingdom.[4] and the youngest person to be appointed as Controller of the channel.

In February 2014, Cohen announced that as director of the BBC, he claimed there were too many white people in the content and its shows would include more Blacks and homosexuals "to reflect modern Britain".[5][6]

He likes to fill the BBC with Holocaust programming.[7]

Cohen is married to the economist and writer Noreena Hertz, a great-granddaughter of the Chief Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz in Britain.