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BBC in the news, Friday

Host Host | 09:32 UK time, Friday, 15 June 2007

The Guardian: "The BBC has said it does not plan to launch a formal inquiry into its Panorama special in which it alleged that Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer had been murdered." (link)

Press Gazette: Reports that the kidnapping of BBC correspondent Alan Johnston has forced news organisations to rethink how they report from Gaza. (link)

Manchester Evening News: Reports on BBC Director General Mark Thompson's suggestion that more of the BBC may move to Salford in the next couple of years. (link)

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  • At 12:33 AM on 18 Jun 2007,
  • SteveB21 wrote:

Why is it during the past week that torrential rain and subsequent flooding was a national news story when it happened in England but not, earlier, when it happened in Northern Ireland? Is Northern Ireland not quite "national" enough?

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