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November (63 posts)

  1. Big Stories

    Tuesday 16 November 2010, 20:22

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    BBC Head of Political Research, David Cowling, reflects on public opinion and the spending review ...

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    News Debrief

    An ongoing series of conversations with journalists about the back story of their own news reports.

    Video: Robert Piggot
    Chief religious...

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  2. Video: CSR - The Political Dimension

    Tuesday 16 November 2010, 19:41

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    Nick Robinson
    Nick Robinson argues how the political story of the next four years will be as much about reform and political argument as it will be about cuts.

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  3. Video: CSR - The Political Dimension

    Tuesday 16 November 2010, 19:41

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    Nick Robinson
    Nick Robinson argues how the political story of the next four years will be as much about reform and political argument as it will be about cuts.

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  4. Video: CSR - The Social Dimension

    Tuesday 16 November 2010, 18:35

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    Mark Easton

    Video: CSR - The Social Dimension

    What will be the medium- and long-term stories of the spending review? What can audiences expect?

    Will journalists succeed in presenting a complete picture of the way society and public provision changes?

    In this slideshow, BBC Home Editor Mark Easton reflects on the...

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  5. Big ambitions of journalism students in the USA

    Tuesday 16 November 2010, 15:21

    Matthew Wells Matthew Wells contributes to a range of British media outlets from his home in New York.

    Emily Bell knows pretty much everybody who has worked in the British national media in the past 15 years. As founder and editor of MediaGuardian, she went on to be editor-in-chief of Guardian Unlimited (where she gave this humble hack some writing space around the 2004 US election). Most recently she...

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  6. BBC staff offered Downton Abbey lifestyle up North

    Tuesday 16 November 2010, 13:32

    Charles Miller Charles Miller edits the College of Journalism blog and produces documentaries for BBC History and Business. Twitter: @chblm

    The estate agents Strutt and Parker have taken a quarter-page ad in the BBC's in-house paper Ariel under the heading: "Relocating to Manchester?"

    It offers a single property - "an historic Georgian Manor House with stunning views and far reaching gardens and grounds." About 4.4 acres.  

    Beneath...

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  7. iPhone therefore I am ... on air

    Tuesday 16 November 2010, 10:59

    Sam Upton Sam Upton

    Imagine you're in your local coffee shop/airport/street; you pick up your phone and go on air live and in quality on the radio; possibly even with a live guest.

    The BBC is testing a system which will enable you to do just that. It is called LuciLive and is available as an app on the iPhone (at a cost...

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  8. Video Briefing: spending and the economy

    Monday 15 November 2010, 18:33

    Kevin Marsh Kevin Marsh is director of OffspinMedia and a former Today editor

    It's fair to say the jury - aka the electorate - is still out on the detail of the spending review ... though it certain knows more now than it did before the election.

    Add to that, uncertainty about and the way the economy will go and it's clear that the opinion polls will provide crucial reading for...

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  9. Video Briefing: Opinion and the spending review

    Monday 15 November 2010, 16:29

    Kevin Marsh Kevin Marsh is director of OffspinMedia and a former Today editor

    It's fair to say the jury - aka the electorate - is still out on the detail of the spending review ... though it certainly knows more now than it did before the election.

    Add to that uncertainty about and the way the economy will go and it's clear that the opinion polls will provide crucial reading for...

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  10. Devilled detail

    Monday 15 November 2010, 12:04

    Kevin Marsh Kevin Marsh is director of OffspinMedia and a former Today editor

    It's a common problem for all interviewers. You have an interview to do - or disco to chair - where the top level ideas are fairly straightforward ... but which is based on an exceptionally complex of interlinked, detailed arguments.

    That's certainly true of this disco on R4's Today between Justice Minister...

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