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Sir Michael Lyons, chairman of the BBC Trust, has announced changes to the remit of BBC Worldwide, the BBC's commercial arm. Steve Hewlett asks if the Trust was right to approve BBC Worldwide's acquisition of Lonely Planet and if BBC Worldwide will now be sold off.

With Oprah ending her daytime TV show in its current form and the end of Big Brother, are viewers still as keen to watch members of the public baring their souls on TV?

Following the government's plans to pilot alternatives to ITV's regional news, Steve talks to Alex Connock of Ten Alps, one of the TV companies bidding to take over in the north-east of England.

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Wed 25 Nov 2009 13:30