This week on Over to You, an African listener claims a BBC World Service news story gave undue prominence to the race of the former South African Police Chief facing corruption charges in court this week. He debates this point with a BBC news chief.

We also hear from the head of the Indonesian service about the challenges of reporting the recent earthquake in Sumatra, and why she sent transistor radios to the area affected.

And just how do you listen to the World Service, and how long for? Lots of people have sent in the secrets of their listening habits!

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20 minutes

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Sun 11 Oct 2009 02:40 GMT