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BBC in the news, Monday

Host Host | 10:47 UK time, Monday, 16 July 2007

The Times: Columnist Carol Sarler on the row over the documentary about the Queen, and why in a business the size of the BBC it's impossible for one person to be held responsible. (link)

The Independent: Interview with David Dimbleby on what the BBC means to him. (link)

The Guardian: Leader article praising Ceefax. (link)

Western Mail: BBC News has been criticised by the Audience Council for Wales for its poor coverage of the Welsh assembly. (link)

Press Gazette: Jon Williams, the BBC’s world news editor has promised to rethink the way that the kidnappings and murders of foreign journalists are covered by the corporation. (link)

Mail on Sunday: Row over footage used by Newsnight in a film about Gordon Brown. (link)

Scotland on Sunday: Reports that Mark Thompson wrote to BBC staff telling them that the corporation has to put “its house in order”. (link)

Comments

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  • At 01:45 PM on 16 Jul 2007,
  • John Hailey wrote:

The Guardian - "Leader article praising Ceefax"

Shouldn't that have said:
The Guardian - "Leader article discussing the demise of Ceefax"

Also I agree with the commentator who argues BBCi should be rebranded Ceefax Digital.

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