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A look at World Service plans to redeploy staff from London to the subcontinent
Was the Newshour coverage of the Sichuan earthquake in poor taste?
Has the BBC any business smuggling reporters into Burma in the wake of the cyclone?
The World Service's director responds to complaints about the new schedule
A look at the BBC's groundbreaking new relationship with a Russian blogging platform
Do news services have an obligation to offer material help when appropriate?
Has the World Service's Olympics coverage displayed an anti-Chinese bias?
What do listeners think about the network's new programme about big ideas, The Forum?
Does the BBC's inability to enter Tibet mean their coverage is less accurate or impartial?
A look at the upcoming changes to the World Service schedule
Is Instant Guide the right vehicle for complex issues like economic crisis in Zimbabwe?
Was the BBC right to impose a new blackout over Prince Harry's time in Afghanistan?
Could the World Service's reporting of the Societe Generale prejudice any future trial?
Listeners are up in arms at the end of shortwave broadcasting to Europe
Should the World Service be running stories on celebrities like Britney Spears?
Was Reporting Religion right to include an item looking at a Jedi Church?
How much jargon is acceptable in business reports intended for laypersons' ears?
Is 'arrogant interviewing' a problem with World Service news reporting?
Is the World Service taking enough care to protect identities when necessary?
Was the World Service accurate in saying troubles in Kenya were down to tribal tensions?
Is the BBC news team guilty of failing to update statistics from war zones like Darfur?
Is user-generated content transforming radio the same way as it's transformed television?
Is the World Service taking enough care with its choice of expert commentators?
Is the documentary Death To America inappropriately titled?
A look back at the nine days of India Rising programming in 2006
Why listeners complained about a two-part programme on the textiles industry
What happened when young people were given a say in the World Service output?
Why some listeners are fed-up with hearing about the World Cup
A look at the statistics used by the World Service programming team
Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.