Tagged with: BBC News
Director, Nations and Regions
Ken MacQuarrie, Director of Nations and Regions introduces a major update made to ensure people coming to the BBC from around the UK get even more tailored experiences - increasingly based on where you live.
Editor, The World Tonight, Newshour
Some people have questioned the decision by Newshour and The World Tonight to broadcast the words of Jamal Khashoggi recorded shortly before the formal start of an interview. So I'd like to explain how we arrived at that decision.
The news agenda the BBC covers is changing - and our In Plain Sight project is playing a big part in bringing this about.
This International Women's Day Clara Amfo, Stacey Dooley, Debbie Ramsay and Orla Doherty share their top tips on making it in the media and tell stories to inspire the next generation in quickfire, 60 second interviews.
BBC News Correspondent
Reporting from Banham Zoo for BBC Look East, Alex Dunlop's encounter with lemurs goes from 'good idea at the time' to viral video.
Reality Check: BBC journalists enable young people to tell the difference between real and fake news
Director of News and Current Affairs
James Harding talks about fake news and how the BBC has set up a new initiative to inform young people on how to discern if articles are real or fake.
Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog
The radio programme that editor Rod Liddle described as ‘a light entertaining magazine programme… an oral Blue Peter for 60 year olds’ The Today programme is 60 itself today.
Editor, BBC Political Newsgathering
Katy Searle looks back at the work of Grace Wyndham Goldie, the first woman to host the election coverage on the BBC in 1950, and takes a wider look at the role of women in political news broadcasting 67 years on
Head of BBC Newsgathering
Head of Newsgathering talks about the BBC's plans for debates and special coverage leading up to the General Election 2017