Blog posts by year and month January 2012

Posts (7)

  1. When the BBC took over the chair of the Creative Diversity Network (CDN) in 2011 we made a firm commitment to investigate audiences' attitudes to Age in the media. Our partners in the CDN were enthusiastic and supportive of a cross-media approach and worked closely with us to ensure we delivered...

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  2. Shaun - one of the contributors in Protecting Our Children - with his baby. Over on the BBC TV Blog series producer Sacha Mirzoeff tells how the new series of Protecting the Children came about and highlights some of the difficulties programme makers face when working in intensely sensit...

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  3. Performers from the BBC Philharmonic Presents...Salford Tales, based on the real life stories of people living and working in Salford (a collaboration between the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and the Salford Symphony Orchestra). There's no denying the facts - in the eight months since we opene...

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  4. Helen Boaden welcomes the new journalism trainees to the BBC. Last night I welcomed the latest intake of trainees onto our Journalism Trainee Scheme. This is the fifth course we've run and, once again, we're both impressed and very proud of the people we've met and selected for this year's ...

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  5. Editor's Note: Stephen Morgan, Screen Manager for BBC Big Screens in Swansea and Cardiff, wrote for the About the BBC blog in December 2011. In this post he reports on the first BBC Big Screen event for 2012 in Swansea ahead of Stargazing Live. Thousands of people across the UK braved the cold...

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  6. Richard Baker reading over his script before the BBC TV News at 7.30pm on 5th July 1954. In the first of a regular series of posts on About the BBC, here's a collection - a summary, if you like - of some of the blogs written by colleagues across the organisation over the past seven days. ...

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  7. Editor's Note: Sam Lewens is Executive Producer of Dragons' Den. Here he writes about the programme's move to Salford. Well no one said it would be easy! We've been talking about trying to bring the Den up to the North West for well over a year now. The thing is, that of the nine month ...

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