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  1. Presenter of Saturday Review

    Tom Sutcliffe reviews the RSC performance of Brecht's Life of Galileo and discusses its relevance to the recent resignition of Pope Benedict XVI.

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  2. Presenter of Saturday Review

    Tom Sutcliffe presents Saturday Review. This week on the show Tom and his guests discuss the mysterious new show by DreamThinkSpeak at Somerset House, Disney's new movie Wreck-It Ralph and the British Museum's Ice Age exhibition.

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  3. Presenter of Saturday Review

    Tom Sutcliffe presents Saturday Review. This week on the show Tom and his guests discuss Renzo Piano's Shard in South London.

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  4. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    In the Radio Times, BBC Radio boss Tim Davie has written a response to the substantial public debate about the Trust's review of Radio 3, Radio 4 and Radio 7. He endorses the suggestion that Radio 4 broaden its audience: The idea of making more people aware of Radio 4 makes sense: there are so...

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  5. David Liddiment, the BBC Trustee who led its review into Radio 4 among other stations, must be wondering what has hit him. No sooner had he published the review last week than newspaper columnists, the odd BBC presenter, and a lot of listeners attacked him for trying to fix something they don't...

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  6. Editor's note: this week's Feedback focused on the English language, on Royal visits to Ambridge an on the conclusion of the BBC Trust's review of Radio 4 - SB. There are many incidental pleasures to be derived from the latest BBC Trust Review, a copy of which is now available on its website. ...

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  7. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    The Today Programme is always in the news. The Telegraph runs with the Voice of the Listener and Viewer's gong for Today (and Radio 4 in general). In the same paper Tim Walker wonders why Today didn't send Naughtie or Humphrys to the Tory conference in Manchester. The Times (and everybody else)...

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  8. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    You won't need me to remind you that Torchwood: Children of Earth is under way over there on the telly but you might not know that you've only got a matter of hours to download the first of last week's Torchwood radio plays as an MP3 that you can keep forever (and the other two will expire in 24...

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  9. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    The Radio 4 blog isn't the only Radio 4 blog. Here are four more from around the network that I think are all exceptional examples of the blogger's art. PM (RSS). If there's a natural blogger at the BBC it's Eddie Mair. He's comfortable with the informal tone and uneven pace of a blog. When jou...

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