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  1. 'If Europe's ports are underwater, Brexit may seem less important': we're expanding climate change coverage

    Jo Floto

    Editor, The World Tonight, Newshour

    'If Europe's ports are underwater, Brexit may seem less important': we're expanding climate change coverage

    From 3 October The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4 and Newshour on BBC World Service will be covering climate change every week.

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  2. BBC Radio Christmas Appeal with St Martin-in-the-Fields

    Kate Howells

    Radio 4 Producer

    BBC Radio Christmas Appeal with St Martin-in-the-Fields

    Kate Howells, Producer of Radio 4 Appeals introduces a blog from Barry, a Street Outreach worker at The Connection’s day & night centre, helping some of London’s most vulnerable rough sleepers.

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  3. We want to increase our public service role. We just want to do it creatively, rather than as box-ticking

    James Purnell

    Director, Radio & Education

    We want to increase our public service role. We just want to do it creatively, rather than as box-ticking

    "Public service has always been at the core of BBC Radio and always will be" James Purnell puts the record straight on recent media stories about BBC Radio.

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  4. Seventy years of Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour

    Hannah Khalil

    Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    Seventy years of Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour

    Today marks 70 years of BBC Radio 4's flagship programme Woman's Hour.

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  5. Happy birthday FOOC

    Hannah Khalil

    Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

    Happy birthday FOOC

    Our own Hannah Khalil made a mistake; she thought it was the 60th anniversary of one of her favourite Radio 4 programmes, From Our Own Correspondent. Turns out that was last year, but she wanted to remember her memorable moments from the programme anyway.

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  6. The Kraken Wakes up all over the BBC

    Justine Potter

    Script Editor

    The Kraken Wakes up all over the BBC

    How a 'quiet little radio drama' grew into a live performance featuring the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.

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  7. Food and Farming Awards

    Dan Saladino

    Series Producer of The Food Programme, BBC Radio 4

    Food and Farming Awards

    Dan Saladino tells us what motivates him to work on The Food Programme and why, in its 16th year, the BBC Food & farming Awards are more important than ever.

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  8. Pay attention to homelessness this Christmas

    Kate Howells

    Radio 4 Producer

    Yesterday saw the start of this year’s Radio 4 Christmas Appeal​ with St Martin-in-the-Fields. In this post, Radio 4 producer Kate Howells explains how the appeal started and how this year's broadcast was produced.

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  9. BBC Radio 4's 'We British: An Epic in Poetry'' on National Poetry Day

    James Cook

    Arts and Poetry Editor, BBC Radio 4

    Arts and Poetry Editor James Cook introduces Radio 4's contribution to National Poetry Day.

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  10. 50 years of World at One

    Martha Kearney

    Journalist and Presenter, World at One

    Martha Kearney reflects on 50 years of the Radio 4 news programme.

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