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  1. Head of Programming for Radio 2 shines a spotlight on the station's musical theatre output.

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  2. As we approach BBC Three's switchover on Tuesday 16 February, today is the first step. We are rolling out our brand new visual identity across BBC Three - the TV channel, our place on BBC iPlayer, on BBC.co.uk, on apps and pretty much anywhere else new BBC Three will be, which will be pretty much...

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  3. So Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Glasgow 2014, is almost upon us. Nearly two years in the planning and everything is very well poised.

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  4. Mark Carter follows up his mid-September blog, reflecting on BBC Sussex's 30 day birthday tour and the anniversary.

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  5. Ahead of the broadcast of 'Visitors', presenter Claire Carter talks about her first experience of producing radio drama with the help of Jon Culshaw, Emma Samms, Lisa Maxwell and local actors.

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  6. BBC Alumni member and former BBC Children's Researcher Emma Cashmore remembers the joy (and sometimes embarrassment) of live TV and explains why the skills she acquired are still useful.

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  7. BBC News producer, Johny Cassidy, explains how sometimes 'you identify an important issue at the right time and the story just seems to take off'. As is what happened with 'Disability Works' an idea he pitched to explore the experiences of disabled people in the workforce and as consumers.

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  8. Jessica Cecil updates on the progress of the BBC's Make it Digital initiative. From Tech Talent to Build it Scotland, via Weather Watchers and BBC micro:bit.

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  9. Writer and director Gurinder Chadha, OBE (Bhaji On The Beach, Bend It Like Beckham and Bride & Prejudice) talks about how her upbringing influenced her approach to 'Viceroy's House' her latest release which is co produced by BBC Films.

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  10. Ben Chapman unveils the latest app from the BBC portfolio.

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  11. Nigel Charters, Project Director, BBC Weather re-procurement provides an update on BBC Weather.

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  12. Award-winning poet, Alison Chisholm, explains the cento, and it's role in a film celebrating BBC Two.

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  13. Producer of weekly debate programme Sema Kenya (Kenya Speaks), describes the compelling episode that brought together survivors of the attack on a shopping mall in Nairobi.

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  14. Competition Manager Kerry Clark explains how the inaugural BBC Young Musician Jazz Award came about and announces the finalists in the new category.

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  15. Sarah Clay introduces a virtual reality tour of behind the scenes at The Voice.

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  16. This Saturday night BBC Two dedicates its schedules to poetry. Director of BBC Arts, Jonty Claypole introduces what's in store.

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  17. BBC Radio Lancashire followed the Emergency Services for 24 hours, broadcasting live, telling the stories of the people who keep Lancashire safe every day.

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  18. Where to find coverage of the Olympic Games 2016 on BBC Red Button.

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  19. Midwifery advisor Terri Coates swaps Call the Midwife for Ujan Ganger Naiya when she travels to Bangladesh to work with BBC Media Action.

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  20. Assistant Producer for Radio 1 and 1Xtra, Elise Cobain, shares her experience working with young people from Hammersmith & Fulham as part of BBC Outreach & Corporate Responsibility's Programme Maker for a Day scheme.

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