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19/04/2018
BBC Radio 4

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    1. The BBC’s medical correspondent Fergus Walsh discusses how medical stories are reported, including the MMR vaccine reportage.

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    2. edits BBC Radio current affairs programmes, including Crossing Continents and From Our Own Correspondent

      Editor's update: There are some great pictures and a summary of the discussions from the first programme in this series of Leader Conference on the website - PM. Tonight Andrew Rawnsley chairs the first of four live studio debates called Leader Conference. The programmes will follow the form...

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    3. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      UPDATE: the Taliban debate on Radio 4 has now finished and I've closed the live chat. The chat will be archived here permanently and we've lifted the seven-day limit on the radio debate so you'll be able to listen again whenever you like. If you listened, or took part in the online debate, pleas...

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    4. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      We'd like you to join tomorrow's Radio 4 debate about the outcome of the war in Afghanistan. Host Eddie Mair is heading over to Chatham House to record the programme after he's finished on PM this evening, for transmission at 2000 tomorrow. We'll be opening the discussion here on the blog half a...

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    5. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      The #GreatestCity debate took place this morning at 0900 and hundreds of you joined in here on the blog, on Twitter and on Facebook. Four World Cities squared up for the big fight. Laurie Taylor chaired, four city lovers made the case for their favourites - London, Mumbai, New York and Istanbul ...

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    6. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      Laurie Taylor wants to know which of these four cities is the planet's greatest: Istanbul, Mumbai, New York or London. The big debate is on Radio 4 tomorrow morning (Monday 12 July) at 0900 but we want your opinion now. Leave a comment here on the blog or tweet using the hashtag #GreatestCity, t...

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    7. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      Woman's Hour Balloon Debate This morning's Woman's Hour balloon debate was a huge hit with the studio audience and I've just closed a very busy parallel live chat on the same theme. Click 'replay' to see all the comments we published. Some were typed directly into the chat and others sent via Tw...

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    8. I hope you are not disappointed by this week's blog! I would have liked to avoid commenting on the election coverage since many Feedback correspondents are threatening to leave the country if Radio 4 keeps on clearing its schedules for the prime ministerial debates which are being transmitted a...

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    9. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      This evening starting at 2000, the disputatious crew of the good ship Moral Maze will be debating 'Twitter and mob rule'. Guests are regulars Melanie Philips and Clifford Longley plus Kenan Malik and James Panton. The programme's billing says: This week the Moral Maze asks "when does a popular ...

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    10. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      Eric Joyce MP. Brigadier Buster Howes, Head of overseas operations, MOD. Francesc Vendrell, former EU Special Representative to Afghanistan and Lindsey German, Stop the War Coalition. Eddie Mair, presenter Eddie Mair, presenter To warm you up for tonight's debate about the war in Afghanista...

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