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BBC in the news, Tuesday

Host Host | 09:52 UK time, Tuesday, 1 May 2007

Daily Telegraph: "Viewers will be able to watch BBC programmes on the internet under the terms of a new service agreed yesterday." (Link)

The Independent: Reports on the BBC’s success at the Sony Radio Academy Awards. Winners included John Humphrys for news journalist of the year and Five Live Breakfast for news and current affairs programme. (Link)

Financial Times: Reports that the BBC has topped a poll of employers as voted by graduates. (Link)

Comments

  • 1.
  • At 04:59 PM on 01 May 2007,
  • Mark wrote:

BBC is the number one employer among employees because it is the closest you can come in Britain to working for the French government.

  • 2.
  • At 05:59 AM on 02 May 2007,
  • Soulberry wrote:

Today being an off-day for me and with little planned for the day, I am browsing through the entire BBC website. That is something I haven't done ever, restricting myself to areas of my interest and such forums.

I am amazed at the diverse variety of coverage and the many interactive facilities provided. This website can keep you occupied for as long as you choose to. >Click is particularly interesting with Webscape being its highlight for me.

Surely, it must be the best, or among the best, sites on the web.

  • 3.
  • At 06:15 PM on 15 Aug 2007,
  • John Hyde wrote:

To John Humphreys

Dear Mr Humphreys

Admired by me for your precision and accuracy, I was puzzled to hear you mention "euros" rather than the proper multiple euro; as sheep and sheep

Best regards

John Hyde

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