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The BBC Trust has published an open letter to licence payers. In it they react to James Murdoch's recent criticism of the BBC and reveal details of what they say licence payers think about government plans to share the licence fee with other broadcasters, and announcing a new strategic review of the BBC's services. We hear from Sir Michael Lyons, Chairman of the BBC Trust.

Google is the giant of search engines: 90 per cent of all internet seraches in the UK go through it. But with this market dominance comes criticism, including concerns over lack of competition and user privacy. As Google sets out to digitise the world's entire stock of books, Steve Hewlett talks to Matt Brittin, managing director of Google UK, about the company's plans for the future.

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Wed 9 Sep 2009 13:30