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Put your questions and comments about BBC World Service programmes to the people responsible for making them every week in Over to You.

Put your questions and comments about BBC World Service programmes to the people responsible for making them every week in Over to You.
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Put your questions and comments about BBC World Service programmes to the people responsible for making them every week in Over to You.

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Episodes

Achieving Balance on the US Mid-Terms

11/17/2018
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In the wake of the US mid-term elections, listeners wonder how to achieve balance in a highly divided US political climate. Newshour’s editor responds. Plus your thoughts on the BBC World Service’s coverage of Armistice Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. Presenter: Rajan Datar. Producer: Howard Shannon,

Duration:00:09:14

Meeting the Winners and Losers of the 2008 Financial Crash

11/10/2018
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Why a series in the Compass strand called After The Crash was bang on the money - at least according to one listener. We talk to the Oxford University professor who presented the series. Also, The Unknown Soldier - we ask for your thoughts on how the BBC World Service is marking the end of the World War One exactly a century ago. Plus rumours about the future of Newshour. Presenter: Rajan Datar. Producer: Howard Shannon

Duration:00:09:01

Reporting on Divisive Politicians in a Balanced Way

11/3/2018
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How can you report on divisive politicians in a balanced way? A listener challenges the BBC’s approach and we talk to South America correspondent Katy Watson about the recent Brazilian presidential election. Also what is happening with regards to the international launch of BBC Sounds? Presenter: Rajan Datar. Producer: Howard Shannon

Duration:00:09:00

To Hana Ali He was Just Her Dad!

10/27/2018
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He was known as The Greatest - as both a boxer and a human being. But to Hana Ali, Muhammed Ali was just her dad. Listeners react to her interview in a recent edition of Outlook. Also, the BBC World Service is always keen to get to know about its audience's listening habits, so listeners give their views another in our regular series How I Hear. Presenter: Rajan Datar. Producer: Howard Shannon

Duration:00:09:01

A new outlook for Matthew Bannister

9/22/2018
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Listeners say their goodbyes to one of the World Service’s best known voices, as Matthew Bannister announces his departure from Outlook after 10 years. And will a new app from BBC Learning English help students improve their language skills? Presented by Rajan Datar Produced by Howard Shannon, Whistledown Productions

Duration:00:09:01

Why BBC journalists had to flee for their lives

9/15/2018
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How a team from the BBC’s Africa Eye programme reporting on ritual child killers in Malawi were mistaken for the killers, and had to flee for their lives. And you may have noticed that the BBC World Service has a new on air sound. We go behind-the-scenes to investigate. Presented by Rajan Datar. Produced by Howard Shannon, Whistledown Productions

Duration:00:08:59

Robert Redford’s Neighbourhoods

8/25/2018
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Why Hollywood actor and director, Robert Redford has thrown his weight behind a BBC World Service series on neighbourhoods. And how this month’s World Book Club has irked one listener in Singapore - but perhaps not for the reason you might expect. Presented by Rajan Datar. Produced by Howard Shannon, Whistledown Productions

Duration:00:09:14