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Over to You: Reporting the Burundi Coup05/23/15
Was the BBC slow in its reporting of the Burundi coup? And listeners applaud A Capella
Reporting the Burundi Coup
Global listeners have been following the breaking news of the Burundi coup in the capital city Bujumbura. The increasing attacks caused some independent radio stations and media houses to be shut down. As a result, many flocked to social media for...
Over to You: Stories from the Holocaust and UK Elections
Can we learn from untold stories of the Holocaust? And, views on the UK election coverage
overtoyou: Stories from the Holocaust and UK Elections
In 1946, the BBC broadcast a series of radio appeals to help reunite child survivors of the holocaust with any family they may have left. Journalist Alex Last tracks down the children and his search resulted in a collection of untold stories, which...
overtoyou: Behind the Scenes at the UK Elections
BBC World Service dedicated almost 11 hours of their schedule to a special programme on the UK elections, which covered the results as they came in from across the country. Senior duty editor Michael Duncan explains how information is selected to suit...
overtoyou: Nepal Earthquake and Audio Lifelines
For some global listeners, BBC World Service' coverage of Nepal's earthquake was informative and wide-ranging. But other listeners question why such a significant portion of the early reports focused on both Westerners in the country and climbers on...
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