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BBC in the news, Monday

Host Host | 09:29 UK time, Monday, 1 October 2007

Daily Telegraph: "A top BBC Radio 5 presenter was rejected as a replacement for John Humphrys on the Today programme allegedly because he was not posh enough." (link)

The Times: Reports that the Nicholas Sarkozy would like the French broadcasting system to be modelled on the BBC. (link)

The Guardian: Interview with Radio 4 controller, Mark Damazer, as the station celebrates its 40th birthday. (link)

The Independent: Rageh Omaar writes about his mentor, George Alagiah. (link)

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