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  1. BBC Writersroom launches in Scotland

    Today BBC Writersroom officially launches their BBC Scotland office. Development Producer Angela Galvin explains why this is great news for Scotland-based writers and a few of the upcoming plans and events.

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  2. BBC Local Apprentice reports for Inside Out

    When BBC local apprentice Joshua Gardner spotted an email looking for feature ideas for Inside Out he didn't know he would end up being part of the programme...

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  3. How we learnt to dance

    Wayne Garvie, former Head of BBC Entertainment remembers the birth of Strictly Come Dancing.

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  4. My path via the BBC to Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs 2015

    Andy Gilbert, whose company Gilbey Films makes the BBC diversity showreels, has just made it to the final three of the Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs 2015. Andy was formerly of this parish, as series producer of Match of the Day.

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  5. BBC Birmingham to expand

    Joe Godwin talks about the success of Peaky Blinders and the announcement that BBC Three is to move part of it's team to Birmingham

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  6. The art of storyboarding

    Diarmuid Goggins gives us the insider details on what it's like to direct shows like Silent Witness and the art of storyboarding.

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  7. Making the most of summer 2014 on Red Button

    Once again, the BBC will be making additional Red Button streams available.  And for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, as we did for the London 2012 Olympic Games, we will make BBC Three available 24 hours a day, in HD and in SD.

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  8. From the BBC to Berlin

    Dina Gold explains how her investigative journalism at the BBC gave her the tools to research her grandmother's stories.

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  9. BBC Two’s Employable Me: life with Cerebral Palsy

    Twenty-six year old Nicola was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at the age of two. She is one eight disabled job seekers whose stories are told in BBC Two’s Employable Me to take on the (seemingly impossible) challenge of finding employment.

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  10. The road to Eurovision 2016

    The Music Consultant to the BBC, Hugh Goldsmith shares his overview on Eurovision and in particular this year's entry.

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  11. The front lines of emerging talent

    Abigail Gonda is a Development Producer for the BBC Writersroom, here she looks ahead to talking to young writers at the Into Film Festival.

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  12. Making Alan Johnson's World War One iWonder guide

    Introducing the latest World War One iWonder guide featuring Alan Johnson MP. 

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  13. Representations of people with dwarfism matter

    Writer and activist in the UK dwarfism community, Eugene Grant looks at issues of representation ahead of Richard Butchins' documentary Dwarfs In Art: A New Perspective.

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  14. Supporting UK digital media

    Last week, my colleagues and I in the BBC's Audio & Music Interactive department (A&MI) hosted an event for ninety representatives of the UK's digital media industry. The event gave indies (independent suppliers) the opportunity to meet the BBC staff that commission work for A&MI, ...

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  15. Modern buildings equal better value for the Licence Fee

    Paul Greeves, BBC Director of Workplace and Safety puts today's NAO report in context with an overview of our project to make BBC buildings more efficient.

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  16. Finishing what we started - The BBC Philharmonic in Japan

    Violinist Julian Gregory recounts the BBC Philharmonic's return to Japan to finish the tour that was cut short by the 2011 earthquake & tsunami.

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  17. W1 Project comes to a close

    Project director Andy Griffee reviews the successful migration of BBC staff and equipment to W1.

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  18. Filming with the Rohingya for Our Girl series 3

    Series producer, John Griffin and director Brian Grant discuss filming with the Rohingya in Malaysia for Our Girl's Bangladesh Tour in the final four episodes of Series 3.

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  19. Next generation: up to a third of iPlayer views are children's programmes

    Children growing up today have never been bound by a linear TV schedule. Being able to catch up, stream or download box sets of new shows are native concepts to them. Some CBBC programmes, receive a bigger proportion of iPlayer viewing than the TV channel.

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  20. BBC Early Years Language and Literacy: The Story So Far

    Cerys Griffiths provides an update on the BBC's early years language and literacy initiative, which has the aim of halving the pre-school language gap.

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