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20090502

Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

20111106

Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

20111106

Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

20111106

Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

20111106



Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

02/04/2011

02/04/2011

02/04/2011

02/04/2011

09/04/2011

09/04/2011

09/04/2011

09/04/2011

09/04/2011

09/04/2011

10/10/200920091011

Facing the challenges of reporting the Sumatra earthquake.

10/10/200920091011

Facing the challenges of reporting the Sumatra earthquake.

10/10/200920091011

Facing the challenges of reporting the Sumatra earthquake.

10/10/200920091011

Facing the challenges of reporting the Sumatra earthquake.

21/04/2012

21/04/2012

21/04/2012

25/12/2010
25/12/2010
25/12/2010
28/04/201220120429

Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

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Over To You20100919

Debating the many complaints about programme trails.

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Debating the many complaints about programme trails.

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Debating the many complaints about programme trails.

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Debating the many complaints about programme trails.

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Rajan Datar talks to the man who has overall responsibility for trails on the World Service, Murray Holgate – and puts to him some of the many complaints the programme has received about trails.

The prevailing view is that there are too many of them, they are too repetitive, and that some programmes are trailed far too far ahead of their broadcast date – so Rajan asks Murray to answer his critics.

And BBC correspondent Charles Haviland tells Rajan about the censorship of journalists in Sri Lanka, where he’s based.

Debating the many complaints about programme trails.