Greg Dyke accused his successor of being overpaid and out of touch with his staff,
According to the Guardian,he
said the BBC's programming was "in pretty good shape" but the way management was handling the reshaping of the corporation had failed staff.
It is a good job, and Mark earns more than twice what I earned when I was doing it. The staff are whingeing. Mark is doing some great things, but he is not taking them with him."