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BBC in the news, Tuesday

Host Host | 09:01 UK time, Tuesday, 7 November 2006

The Guardian: "The BBC's live coverage of the state opening of Parliament next Wednesday faces disruption from a 24-hour strike by TV news technicians." (link)

The Scotsman: "The BBC plans to buy news and content from local papers across Britain for its planned network of local TV stations, the corporation's director-general said yesterday." (link)

Comments

  • 1.
  • At 09:19 AM on 08 Nov 2006,
  • sue wainwright wrote:

On the breakfast news on Tuesday 7th November Jeremy Bowen was featured and mention was made of a book he has written. I would like the title of the book please as I did not catch all of the item.

  • 2.
  • At 01:06 AM on 09 Nov 2006,
  • brian cuthill wrote:

i have just watched "hard talk" and after listening to Sir Norman Tebbit ......,what he stands for reflects the massive silent majority of the people that i know....and therefore the majority of this...just still, great country.....we need to stand up for ourselves.....and what we stand for

  • 3.
  • At 06:24 PM on 09 Nov 2006,
  • tony wrote:

i find it rather unbiased that you report on neo Nazis in Germany and then your next item is conservatives and immigration. Is the BBC not meant to be free from the politics not in the pocket of labour????

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