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BBC in the news, Wednesday

Host Host | 09:59 UK time, Wednesday, 17 May 2006

Daily Mail: "The man who accidentally found himself on live television commentating on computers for the BBC agreed to return and discuss his bizarre experience" (link).

The Scotsman: "The BBC mole who leaked the huge salaries of its star presenters was yesterday unmasked as a temporary office worker" (link)

Daily Express: Ann Widdecombe praises BBC One's Real Story on social services (no link, but more on that here)

Daily Mail: Edwina Currie says BBC Two drama The Line of Beauty is "a portrait of Thatcher's Britain as seen through the prism of a BBC which still seems to hate her 16 years after she left office" (no link)

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