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  The BBC's Producers' guidelines
  Reporting war: Sally Hillier
  Chemical threats: David Mackie
  Discussing trauma: Mark Brayne
  Hostile environments: Michael Kosmides
  Training journalists: Simon Derry
  Observing local law


"This has been a terrible war for television news. There were nothing like these losses [among news crews] in Afghanistan or during the first Gulf War".
John Simpson, the BBC's World Affairs Editor.

Inside BBC Journalism: Reporters and Reporting features a series of reports by journalists who discuss death and danger when reporting from hostile environments, such as Iraq - during the war.

They also talk about the training they've received to safeguard their lives and prevent unnecessary risks.

In addition, this section offers a brief explanation on the BBC's Producers' Guidelines – our handbook to good journalism.

Related links:
vspace=4/ The BBC's Producers' Guidelines
vspace=4/ BBC Values, Standards and Principles (PDF file)
vspace=4/ About the BBC

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