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Over to You: BBC Minute and The Inquiry12/22/14
Is 60 seconds enough to understand the news? And behind the scenes with The Inquiry team
overtoyou: BBC Minute and The Inquiry
Rajan Datar looks at BBC Minute, the new 60-second news bulletin. It is currently in its trial stages and will launch in February 2015. BBC Minute editor Simon Peeks explains the thinking behind its approach to news. And a listener prompts us to...
overtoyou: Jihadist Violence Coverage
BBC World Service’s head of news Andrew Whitehead, answers criticisms over the BBC's recent study on Jihadist violence. The joint study with the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation at King’s College London, found that in November 2014...
overtoyou: World Service Director Peter Horrocks
Peter Horrocks’ time as the director of the World Service Group has come to an end after five years of managing the network’s output across radio, television and online mediums. On his final day, Peter Horrocks gives direct answers to some of your...
overtoyou: Science on the BBC World Service
Rajan Datar hears from listeners of science news and programming. He looks at this year’s Reith Lectures, which are about science - specifically medicine. And, he speaks to BBC Science Unit producer Julian Siddle about how global politics, culture and...
overtoyou: Religion on BBC World Service
Can UK-based broadcasters, like BBC World Service, avoid a western approach to religious programmes? A listener to the World Service’s religious programme, Heart and Soul, says she felt the effect of a western perspective in its recent edition Zambia:...
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