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  1. I was surprised to see in a recent survey that well over half of the British public would categorise themselves as 'working class'. It's a rather high proportion, and it includes a vast range of people: anyone from a building worker to a cabinet minister can it seems describe themselves as work...

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  2. A Question Of Sport's series producer, Gareth Edwards discusses the future of the much loved What Happened Next? round.

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  3. I remember very vividly the smell that used to greet me on entering my Grandma's house, the smell of traditional home cooking. A piece of meat roasting in the oven, potatoes dug up from the garden. When my Grandma got too old to cook for herself (she steadfastedly refused to go into a home until...

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  4. When I walked into the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House there were many 'unknowns'. Would there be enough people in the audience? Would the main guest be able to join us? Would John Simpson be arrested? We were about to play the first Reith Lecture in the 2011 'Securing Freedom' series to an...

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  5. Jane Ellison, Radio 4 Commissioning Editor highlights the exciting programming coming to mark the centenary of World War One.

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  6. On Friday 16 May 2014, the BBC College of Journalism will be hosting the third Social Media Summit on BBC Broadcasting House in London. The full agenda of the event is available on Eventbrite. College website editor Matthew Eltringham introduces the days events, including a session with Director of News and Current Affairs, James Harding. 

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  7. The Head of Strategy and Digital, BBC Wales, Rhys Evans welcomes Welsh channel S4C to iPlayer and shares insight into why the channel is being integrated into the platform for an 18-month trial.

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  8. How to tell the story of Irish Rock on radio? An hour a week for half-a-year might do it. 26 hours all-in. That would be ideal. For Dave Fanning's new series on BBC Radio 6 Music however, he's only got four. Less a history of, more of a a journey through, Irish Rock.

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  9. In my role as General Manager for News & Knowledge at BBC Future Media, I oversee eight of the 10 major areas (we call these 'products') of BBC Online working with my editorial counterparts - including the BBC homepage. Today, we relaunched the homepage in a test ('beta') version for public u...

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  10. Phil Fearnley highlights some of the great new features, functionality and activity that have gone live to help deliver a more personal BBC.

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  11. Radio 4 Extra producer Lyndsay Fenner explains what Newsjack is and how the topical sketch show is made each week. 

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  12. Stuart Flinders was out and about in Liverpool producing a vox-pop, asking passers-by what their memories were of a football match in 1967. He didn't expect to bump into a member of the team from the very match in question. Nor that the interview would get viewed 8 million times.

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  13. From Monday 7 January at 7pm, talk and music radio presenter Mark Forrest presents a new programme broadcast across of the BBC's 39 local radio stations. In this post, Mark explains how the programme has come to life.

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  14. Last weekend we did something a bit different at the BBC. On Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th September we hosted the BBC's first ever BarCamp, in our northern home at MediaCityUK. 'What's a BarCamp?' I hear you cry. Well, it's been described as many things from an 'un-conference' to a 'catered c...

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