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24 hours of chatter about R4

Steve Bowbrick Steve Bowbrick 17:35, Friday, 27 March 2009

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  • Comment number 1.

    It is mostly complimentary, Steve. Did you deliberately look for positive feedback, or is this what came up at random? Reading the BBC Radio 4 message boards, for example, you get more flak! All the best, c.

  • Comment number 2.

    @kleines c Believe it or not, you're looking at every single tweet from a 24 hour period that uses the string 'radio4'. You can try this yourself. Just search for 'radio4' at http://search.twitter.com. I think we find mainly positive tweets because Twitter users are reporting what they're up to *right now* and if they're listening to the radio, they're unlikely to be listening to something they don't like. We're going to try some other ways of presenting this stuff, so please watch this space.

    Steve Bowbrick, Editor, Radio 4 blog

  • Comment number 3.

    Steve - excuse the off-topic comment, but in the top right-hand side 'About' box on all the Radio 4 blog pages, the url for 'BBC Online' needs correcting. (The url should be in all lowercase.)

    Russ

  • Comment number 4.

    Steve - thankyou for actioning #3 so quickly. Here's another quickie for you - please add the Radio 4 blog(s) to the list of BBC blogs:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/

    Russ

  • Comment number 5.

    It's a lovely site ... but I am looking for a Radio 4 programme from yesterday, which I was listening to in the car ... I had reached my destination and had to stop listening - so without knowing the programme name I can't find it on your site. Is there the week's timetable somewhere? We can't pick up Radio 4 on the radio in the house anymore so have to 'listen again'. We live in France. Also it took sometime to discover where to post this question!!!!

 

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