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    1. Feedback - Today programme

      Feedback is Radio 4's forum for comments, queries, criticisms and congratulations.

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    2. Interactive Editor

      Because of technical changes on News Online, from now on there will be only one homepage for Today.

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    3. Editor's note: You can leave your questions for Roger to put to the Radio 4 Controller on next week's Feedback in the comments on this blog post - PM. Just after 4am in the Today office at BBC Television Centre in west London. The programme team has been working since eight the previous e...

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    4. 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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    5. Rarely if ever can BBC Radio 4's Reith Lectures have caused such a stir as they have this year. What is more, this year the conversation has started before a word of Aung San Suu Kyi's lectures has been broadcast. (On Radio 4 at 9.00am on Tuesday 28 June.) On the Radio 4 website there will be fu...

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    6. All radio presenters who are worth their salt want to go where the action is, but are they all really needed when they get there? After all the BBC has an extensive number of foreign correspondents distributed around the world's troublespots, as well as having foreign affairs specialists such as...

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    7. There was once a head of BBC News, called Tahu Hole, who implemented a regime of extreme caution. In his, much resented, view it was the job of his staff only to report what others had found out rather than what they had uncovered for themselves. Each story would only be broadcast if there were ...

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    8. This week sees the last of Feedback until the autumn and probably the last ever appearance on it of Mark Damazer, as Controller of Radio 4 anyway. He is soon off to Oxford to become Head of St Peter's College. Judged by audience numbers he is going out on the crest of a wave. Listening figures f...

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    9. "Why did this trial only appear on the BBC's News radar when there was a celebrity event to cover?" - Julie Smith. "The BBC seems to be becoming like the tabloid newspapers, caught up in the cult of celebrity" - Cynthia Wells. "The message is loud and clear that it is important because famous ...

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