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BBC in the news, Thursday

Host Host | 09:10 UK time, Thursday, 18 May 2006

Financial Times: "Senior newspaper executives have attacked the BBC over plans to move into digital media" (link, subscription req).

Independent: The BBC's David Loyn writes on Afghanistan - "The international system is sucking the country dry" (link).

The Sun: "BBC chiefs yesterday pole-axed plans for a sexy spoof of Strictly Come Dancing - stars Zoe Ball and Natasha Kaplinsky were lined up for Strictly Come Pole Dancing as part of Sport Relief" (link).

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  • At 02:55 PM on 18 May 2006,
  • Clive wrote:

How can anyone have thought celebrity poll dancing would have worked? The mind boggles.

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