Brent’s guest on Now, Then, Ten this week is veteran presenter June Sarpong OBE, who is also the BBC’s first Director of Creative Diversity. June discusses the work she's doing to make the public broadcaster a community that represents everyone, the role diverse thinking plays in pushing creative boundaries, and why – after experiencing discrimination herself as a young presenter – she’s proud to be spearheading real change. Plus, she shares some highlights from her illustrious career in front of the camera, which has seen her interview everyone from Nelson Mandela to the Spice Girls. Sign up to Facebook Curated, the monthly leadership newsletter for stories on the people, brands and ideas shaping business and culture: https://bit.ly/37tFNMt Now, Then, Ten is brought to you in collaboration with Facebook & Founders Forum. Want to hear more from our hosts? Find Nicola & Brent on LinkedIn & follow @FoundersForum for more on podcast content.