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Monday 20 May 2013, 13:55
This blog explains what the BBC does and how it works. We link to some other blogs and online spaces inside and outside the corporation. The blog is edited by Jon Jacob.
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A night at the Sony Radio Academy Awards - booze, bad-language and a brace of gongs
"Humphrys revealed that the Today team were listening in on a web-stream at a pub round the corner" (Radio Times)
TV BAFTAs 2013: 10 things we learned
"the BBC is still the daddy in broadcasting" (Guardian)
The 2013 BBC Proms (Where's Runnicles Blog)
"The Proms still serves as a reminder of why the BBC offers good value to those of us who are fans of classical music"
Obituary for former BBC executive John Cain who paved the way for social-action broadcasting (Independent)
John Wyver on the importance of TV archives (Illuminations)
Review: The Apprentice (Guardian)
"there's life in the old formula yet. It may no longer quite be essential television, but it is still fabulous"
Review: The Apprentice (Primetime Unreality TV)
"on the basis of this first episode I definitely think it’s back to its very best"
Last updated Tuesday 15 May 2013
Selected by the About the BBC Blog team.
BBC Future Media Online Briefing [BBC Internet]
Verdi and Wagner - together at last [Radio 3]
Ice Age Giants: Filming animated creatures in the wild [TV]
Front Row's Cultural Exchange [Radio 4]
Do famous role models help or hinder? [Ouch!]
'Thanks for Jack' - listeners' fond farewell to Arnold Peters [Archers]