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A year in the arts

Razia Iqbal | 14:58 UK time, Wednesday, 31 December 2008

I thought you might like to see the review of the arts year that I put together for the BBC News Channel.

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So, what were your cultural highlights of 2008? Which cultural events passed you by?


  • Comment number 1.

    It would have been interesting to read your review of the arts or view it, but all I got was a black box with a little graphic twiddling around in the centre. After 90 seconds, Windows gave me the message that Flash Player 9 was causing my PC to run slowly and would I like to abort. As I'd had enough of the twiddling graphic, I aborted.

    When are BBC programmers going to stop playing around with Flash Player? I've been getting this problem ever since the BBC updated it's website. If your programmers need help using Flash Player, tell them to visit the Muppets website. No problem. Amusing too, which is more than I can say for the twiddling graphic.

    Or is the BBC determined to add to the computer divide by excluding those of us with older PCs?

  • Comment number 2.

    i saw that video that was posted and; all great reportages you did for the BBC in 2008....

    ~Dennis Junior~

  • Comment number 3.

    You did a great job! I love your 2008 review very much. I hope art scene in Hong Kong's is fabulous as UK. But the fact is most of us love money more than moral pleasure~ That's sad!!!
    Desmond from HK

  • Comment number 4.

    Excellent! Thank you very much!



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