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  1. The Lost Letters from America Found

    Zillah Watson

    Producer

    When Radio 4’s Broadcasting House launched an appeal for lost recordings of Alistair Cooke’s Letter from America, last October, no one could have imagined that it would lead to over 620 missing programmes being restored to the BBC’s archive.

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  2. Doctor Who times two at the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2013

    Paul Murphy

    Senior Producer, A&Mi

    The winners of this year’s BBC Audio Drama Awards were announced last night at a ceremony in the Radio Theatre at BBC Broadcasting House.

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  3. A season of George Orwell on BBC Radio 4

    Lucy Collingwood

    Assistant Producer

    A season of George Orwell on BBC Radio 4 starting on Saturday 26 January 2013

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  4. Do you have any of the lost editions of Letter from America?

    Paul Murphy

    Senior Producer, A&Mi

    This November the BBC will be launching an online collection of 920 episodes of Letter from America. You’ll able to listen online or download these to play whenever you want.

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  5. Shakespeare online: a few highlights

    Paul Murphy

    Senior Producer, A&Mi

    Last week the British Museum's Neil MacGregor, presenter of Radio 4's Shakespeare's Restless World, along with curator Barrie Cook took part in a live blog on the Radio 4 website.

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  6. BBC Radio and 9/11 Ten Years On

    Paul Murphy

    Senior Producer, A&Mi

    On the 5 live blog station controller Adrian Van-Klaveren has written a post detailing 5 live's coverage of the tenth anniversary of 9/11. He recalls where he was at the time (as I'm sure we've all done in the last few days): At the time I was Head of BBC Newsgathering. I remember catching u...

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  7. Immerse yourself in The Archers

    Tim Davie

    Director of Audio & Music

    Unless you have kept well clear of the media this week, you will have seen or heard that we have been marking the 60th anniversary of the world's longest running continuous drama. The Archers has been a central part of listener's lives since 1951 and, if nothing else, the past few days have prov...

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  8. Changes to the Radio 4 messageboards

    Jem Stone

    Editor, Social media and Syndication, BBC Radio

    Editor's note: Jem Stone is the manager in charge of the messageboards at BBC Radio. Listen to his appearance on Radio 4's Feedback from earlier this afternoon - SB At lunchtime today I was interviewed on the weekly Radio 4 programme Feedback for an item that covered recent changes to the desig...

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  9. The hundredth object approaches

    Tim Davie

    Director of Audio & Music

    Without doubt, my highlight of the week will be going to the British Museum on Thursday as we reveal the last object in our series A History of the World in 100 Objects. The Radio 4 series has been a centrepiece of our radio programming over the last year and it is destined to be remembered as o...

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  10. Talking to the radio

    Kevin Dawson

    Get those tweets tweeting, and those emails flying, Feedback, the show which airs listener's views and concerns relating to BBC Radio, begins a new series this Friday. Getting your voice heard, as a listener, has never been more important. If you care about radio, make a noise about it. The BBC...

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