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29/04/2017
BBC Radio 4

    Tagged with: Service licence

    Posts (5)

    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. 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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    4. The BBC Trust's service licence review was hugely positive for Radio 4 and Radio 7. I have seen some of the listeners' responses on Radio 4 to the Trust. We are widely considered a 'national treasure' and the appreciation for what we do is humbling. The Trust's reseach received a record number o...

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    5. Head of Interactive, Radio 3

      Editor's note: the BBC Trust today announced approval for some important changes at the BBC, several of which affect Radio 4. In this blog post, which appears in full on the About the BBC blog, Roly Keating outlines plans for an extension to access to archive content, much of which will come fro...

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