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BBC in the news, Thursday

Host Host | 09:47 UK time, Thursday, 5 July 2007

Daily Mail: John Humphreys on Alan Johnston and how he'll cope with his newfound fame. (link)

The Guardian: Reports on Ofcom's warning that impartiality rules for TV news may be axed in order to connect with more young people and ethnic minorities. (link)

Financial Times: First newspaper interview with Sir Michael Lyons since he became BBC chairman. (link)

The Times: Columnist Camilla Cavendish on what the BBC's priorities should be in light of the corporation's annual report. (link)


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