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Alan Yentob: the whitewash continues

A rare public outing this morning for Rona Fairhead, who chairs the BBC Trust – the body that is supposed to represent the interests of you, the licence fee payer. 433 more words


Sandi Toksvig’s Lavatory Paper

The Brazen Hussey of the Week award goes to Sandi Toksvig for her outing on BBC Radio 4’s Desert island Discs. It wasn’t so much her propositioning of Kirsty Young – “You can’t come with me, can you? 78 more words


Think before you flick that butt!

California Life dusted off a feature I did a while back on the impact that littering has on our beaches and coast. The message still holds up – and you can always help out… 18 more words


Climate change: don't mention the sceptics

The model and actress Lily Cole is a Cambridge graduate and therefore not stupid. Yet in a recent newspaper interview about her travelling habits she tried very hard to convince us otherwise. 389 more words


Look What you Done Did

The thing with the written word, especially in the internet era, is that it never goes away. Something you may have written in passing or in jest or in a rage will always have a life somewhere. 1,548 more words

My first news report: 'Potter-ing around Gloucester Cathedral

In November, my first ever news report went out on national television on regional news.

In what I can only describe as a stroke of luck or an absolute fluke – I managed to edit, script and broadcast my first ever news report for regional news. 294 more words


Herald View: Unwise cuts to Gaelic funding (From Herald Scotland)

It often takes a few days to digest the impact of Budgets and Autumn Statements, and yesterday it was the turn of the Gaelic broadcasting… 11 more words