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The Rounds: February 2015 by @Xfm DJ and @BBC6Music journalist @GeorgieRogers
Here is February's episode of a monthly new music podcast, 'The Rounds', made by XFM presenter, BBC 6 Music journalist, DJ and promotor...
مقابلة هالة صالح من بي بي سي إكسترا مع وزير الآثار المصري زاهي حواس
McFly impromptu live gig, Leeds Wardrobe for BBC Look North
New Yorkers jubilant at bin Laden's death
Graham Moss, Assistant Editor at BBC Radio Cumbria talking about their award win at #HowDoAwards
Rabbi School Diaries - Episode 3: Passover
It has been a hard term for the students and staff of
College coming to terms with the passing of the College Principal Dayan...
BBC's Kim Ghattas report on US policy on Syrian crisis
How do you say Primark?
Is it 'Pree'mark or 'Pry'mark? Linguistics expert Loreto Todd gives us her take on the correct way to pronounce the high street fashion...
My May 4th morning boo
Thinking Digital Conference: 24 - 26 May 2011, The Sage, Gateshead, UK
Should badgers be shot to tackle TB in cattle?
Hi, Text version of this material available here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/16194062 As ever, come find me with any comments or feedback @radio1daveh. Best wishes, Dave
More Thames Pageant fun BBC World Service
The Radio Today Programme - 17 July 2013
On the Radio Today Programme this week, Absolute Radio's Chris Martin meets with the legend Johnnie Walker about his Guest Night at the...
Ane Brun tells Nemone about her Cliff Richard record collecting
Sophie Raworth and Kate Silverton are collared by Riz Lateef ahead of their Lady GaGa dance. #CiN
Me being mentioned on 6music by @misterwallace !
Holidaying within the UK: I'd rather not
Etiquette expert William Hanson talks to BBC Three Counties' Jonathan Vernon-Smith about his views on holidaying within the UK.
JAMES MAY REACTS TO BBC DECISION NOT TO RENEW CLARKSON CONTRACT
Top Gear co-host James May gives his reaction to the decision by the BBC not to renew Jeremy Clarkson's contract.
Justin Webb reading from Notes on Them and Us.
Britain and America have a new word to describe their relationship: ‘essential’ has now been replaced by ‘special’. Justin Webb would prefer all adjectives to be abandoned in an effort to tell the real story. Notes on Them & Us is a wry account of the transatlantic friendship as it actually exists today – how Americans see us, how we Brits see them – and Webb, presenter on Radio 4’s Today programme and formerly the BBC’s North American editor for eight years, is perfectly placed to comment. An amusing, myth-breaking, unflinchingly honest read, this is not an attack on either the English or the Americans. Webb concludes that there is a fault line in the long-standing marriage between these two great nations, a cultural divide that separates us. And he argues that recognising this divide, even celebrating it, is the key to a rich future collaboration.
Annie Lennox talks with Graham about her new album and humanitarian work
nice interview! I love Annie... and Universal Child is a beautiful song!