News coverage on BBC World Service
On this week's Over to You we look behind the stories that have been making the news.
We try to get to grips with exactly how the news is made, the decisions and challenges that are overcome in order to deliver it on the World Service.
Steve Evans, BBC World Service's Berlin correspondent joins me from Oslo, where he has been covering the unfolding tragedy there. Steve talks me through what makes this a uniquely Norwegian crisis, and how this affected coverage of it.
Phone hacking scandal
It's been the biggest media story of the year and is showing no sign of abating, but has the News of the World phone hacking scandal received too much coverage on the World Service? A listener puts this question to Andrew Whitehead, editor of news and current affairs on the World Service.
In the mailbag we have a response to last week's special edition with World Service commissioning editors Jeremy Skeet and Steve Titherington. Listener Piet Boon shares his thoughts and ideas about how to improve listener relations.
That's it in a jam packed programme this week, as always please post you thoughts on the blog.
Rajan Datar is the presenter of Over To You.
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