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Over to You: African Listeners on Ebola WhatsApp10/27/14
African listeners give their verdict on the World Service’s Ebola service on WhatsApp
overtoyou: African Listeners on Ebola WhatsApp
This week the BBC World Service launched an Ebola information service using the smartphone chat app WhatsApp. But is it reaching those who need it most? Two listeners give their verdict to the BBC head of Chat Apps Trushar Barot. Plus, behind the...
overtoyou: American Perspectives of Global Stories
With news of a second ebola case in Texas, Rajan Datar explores the way global news stories are covered in America, from the studios of KPBS in San Diego. He speaks to KPBS’ programme director about the way such stories are regarded by the listeners...
overtoyou: Turkey's Syrian Dilemma
Should media outlets devote more coverage to the challenges facing Syrian refugees in Turkey and the humanitarian crisis rather than just the battle against ISIS?
overtoyou: Hong Kong Protests
The protests in Hong Kong have dominated the headlines but an Over to You listener thinks there has been too much coverage of what has been going on in the streets. Rajan Datar puts the point to Raymond Li, head of BBC Chinese and finds out from BBC...
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