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Radio Presenter and Interviewer. Armed with my recorder, I seek out interesting people to interview. The results are then posted on Audioboo, in the hope that you'll enjoy listening to them, just as much as I enjoyed talking to the people themselves.
The Oxford Media Convention, now in its anniversary 10th year, convenes each January to set the media policy agenda for the year ahead.
As plans crystalise for the impending communications review OMC 2012 is a must-attend event for all those concerned with the future of Britain's creative industries.
Ever since our first ‘appeals for Amnesty’ in 1961, we’ve been sending messages of support to those suffering human rights abuses.
One of the most powerful tools we have is to show the torturer, the prison governor and the dictator that we know who they’re holding, and that it’s unjust.
Now, you can leave a real message of support – check out the intro boo to see who.
Leave a message by clicking ‘make a recording’ above, or calling:
0118 413 8278
Add your voice to our Audioboo stream to the UN MDG summit in New York.
The millennium development goals set out to tackle poverty, education, gender equality, child mortality, maternal health, HIV, the environment and development by 2015. From 20-22 September the key players meet again at the UN with the goal to 'accelerate progress'.
Send them your message.
Visit [guardian.co.uk/mdg](http://guardian.co.uk/mdg) for more details
We will feature some of our favourites on [guardian.co.uk](http://www.guardian.co.uk). By posting your audio in this stream you agree to let this happen (though copyright remains with you at all times, and you will be credited).
In depth reporting, intelligent analysis and major breaking news from a global perspective.
World Have Your Say is the BBC’s global conversation programme.
We’re on BBC World Service radio at 1100GMT & 1700/1800GMT on weekdays and BBC World News TV at 1500GMT every Friday.
If you’ve got something to contribute to the discussion, record it here – we may play your comment on air. Your comments are moderated before they’re published.
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Comments and views posted by fans do not represent the views of the BBC.
Radio 4’s lunchtime news programme. Forty-five minutes of news, analysis and comment.
Just a heated snippet of random conversation with Shenitra and Rachel over Okonomiyaki in Hannan city, Osaka during the Yagura festival.
Virgin Galactic, illegal mp3 downloads in Mongolia... and Nicki Minaj.