Blog posts by year and month October 2009

Posts (8)

  1. Many of my BBC jobs have been in News, where we were obviously very interested in what was happening there and then because news is all about the present - and we might have had a flicker of interest, but no more than that, in planning something for the next day if we were really pushed. But we'd...

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  2. Thanks to all who posted comments on my last post, I will attempt to answer some of your questions. First of all, it's timely that there is a question here that relates to rugby union coverage, specifically because just this week we announced a significant autumn season of rugby on the BBC sp...

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  3. Early next week, there will be a change to how you leave comments on this blog - we're upgrading our current registration system to a new and improved one. When you log in to the new system, you will be prompted to upgrade your existing account, and you should be able to do that with a minimu...

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  4. On Tuesday night I was at the London School of Economics (LSE) - my old stomping ground when I was a student in the late '70s. It brought back some fond memories - nipping over the road to the Bush House to watch my tutor broadcast on the World Service; enjoying a great curry in the basement rest...

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  5. I have been in my role as the BBC's Director of Sport for six months now, so I'm pleased to have this opportunity to give an insight into what's been going on behind the scenes in our division during that time. It has been an exhilarating few months for BBC Sport but also a challenging one wit...

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  6. Hello, I'm Keith Jones, and I am Head of Communications and Complaints in BBC Audience Services, which doesn't describe very clearly what I, or my team, do. I'm responsible for managing a large chunk of the services we provide for our audiences. We have felt for some time that we should expla...

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  7. The decision to invite Nick Griffin, the British National party leader onto tonight's edition of Question Time is obviously an editorial judgement - and one for which the BBC and I will certainly be called to account. But it is not a decision like the running order for this morning's Today progr...

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  8. Hello, and welcome to the About the BBC blog. We'll be using this blog as a place where decision makers and experts can talk about things going on inside the BBC. This could include anything; from major announcements to how parts of the corporation operate. We'll also be highlighting and linking ...

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