Blog posts by year and month February 2017

Posts (16)

  1. Introducing the BBC Reminiscence Archive

    Programme Manager, BBC Archive Development Jake Berger introduces the BBC Reminiscence Archive, which is designed to trigger memories and reminiscences in people with dementia.

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  2. Round-up week 7 (11-17 February)

    A round-up of BBC announcements, press releases and blogs, plus some highlights from our TV, radio and online output last week.

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  3. 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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  4. My Notes on Notes on Blindness

    Paralympian Georgie Bullen explains how important it is for visual impairment to be understood by the sighted world, and discusses new BBC Four documentary Notes on Blindness.

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  5. Betsan Powys reflects on 75 years of BBC Radio Cymru's religious programme 'Caniadaeth y Cysegr'.

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  6. Introducing the SoICanBreathe season on the BBC

    Running from 6 - 12th March, SoICanBreathe is a week of stories exploring some of the different ways the world is seeking to reduce air pollution. Emily Kasriel, season editor, introduces the season which is running across BBC News.

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  7. Barbara Slater, Director of BBC Sport, writes about the importance of the Government and Parliament updating the listed events regime for a digital age.

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  8. Round-up week 6 (4-10 February)

    A round-up of BBC announcements, press releases and blogs, plus some highlights from our TV, radio and online output last week.

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  9. Working together to help save lives

    Myanmar is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. An innovative training scheme brings journalists and aid organisations together in a bid to improve communication during a humanitarian crisis.

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  10. Directing The Break II

    The Break II is an exciting collaboration between BBC Writersroom and BBC Drama Production to make five original short monologues for BBC Three, written by up-and-coming BAME writing talent from across the UK.

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