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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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English


Episodes

Opioids Every Day for Everyday Americans

10/20/2018
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How the hard-hitting topic of opioids in the new three-part series Everyday Americans has caught your attention. Plus your thoughts on Iceland, comedy, World Mental Health Day and two of the BBC’s flagship news programmes. Presenter: Rajan Datar Producer: Howard Shannon

Duration:00:09:00

On the Road with World Questions in Vienna

10/13/2018
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Over To You is on the road with the World Questions team in the Austrian capital Vienna. We find out what role the audience plays in this kind of programme - and how does the BBC get them? What factors decide where the programme takes place each month? Plus how do the producer and host Jonathan Dimbleby select the questions we get to hear on air? Presenter: Rajan Datar. Producer: Howard Shannon Image: Jonathan Dimbleby (Credit: Howard Shannon)

Duration:00:09:14

Crowd Sourced Detective Work in Cameroon

10/6/2018
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Digital detective work catches real life killers on the BBC World Service as we find out about an Africa Eye investigation into a horrifying video showing the murder of two women and their children. Listeners want to know how the BBC’s journalists worked with local people on the ground to unearth when and where it was committed - and by whom. Presenter: Rajan Datar. Producer: Howard Shannon

Duration:00:09:00

Why it is no Laughing Matter

9/29/2018
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The BBC World Service is by and large pretty serious – so does comedy have a place on the network? And what kind of comedy do listeners want to hear? Plus sex, money and politics in Nevada in the USA - we speak to Assignment reporter Lucy Ash about her special report on the state’s legalised brothels . Presenter: Rajan Datar. Producer: Howard Shannon

Duration:00:09:15

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