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Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.

    The pressures of reporting from Myanmar

    The pressures of reporting from Myanmar

    With events in Myanmar hitting global headlines, we speak to the BBC’s correspondent in the country about the challenges - just how do you deliver accurate reporting from a closed country under military control? Plus we’re always eager to learn about your everyday lives and listening habits, there’s an-other in our regular series How I Hear.

    Presenter: Rajan Datar
    Producer: Howard Shannon

    • 8 min
    Reporting the Navalny protests

    Reporting the Navalny protests

    Listeners question BBC correspondent Steve Rosenberg in Moscow about the challenges of reporting the protests over the jailing of Kremlin-critic Alexei Navalny. And we ask why the BBC has been banned in China - and what are the implications for those listening both inside and outside the country?

    Presenter: Rajan Datar
    Producer: Howard Shannon

    • 8 min
    Seventeen teenagers and 17 UN sustainable development goals

    Seventeen teenagers and 17 UN sustainable development goals

    The series Project 17 sees seventeen 17-year-olds tell the BBC World Service if their lives have been improved by the UN sustainable development goals. We hear what listeners think of this youth-focussed programme. Plus, how the BBC has teamed up with news media across the world to run the Trusted News Initiative.

    Presenter: Rajan Datar
    Producer: Howard Shannon

    • 8 min
    Reflections on money, work, family and business in India

    Reflections on money, work, family and business in India

    It’s a show that reflects on money, work, family and business - we get listeners’ thoughts on Work Life India. Is it picking the right topics and only focussing on big cities? The shows’ host and producer respond..
    Plus what’s happened to sports commentator Alan Green? And feedback for Voices from the Ghetto.
    Presenter Rajan Datar
    Producer Howard Shannon.

    • 8 min
    Asking questions of the Climate Question series

    Asking questions of the Climate Question series

    What exactly is The Climate Question, the new BBC World Service podcast and weekly programme, asking? We quiz its presenters how they handle the politics of this topic - and how rigorous the show is in presenting contrasting schools of thought? Plus, what has happened to The Why Factor? We find out.

    Presenter Rajan Datar
    Producer: Howard Shannon

    • 8 min
    The pros and cons of the immersive documentary

    The pros and cons of the immersive documentary

    The immersive documentary: listeners tell us what they think of a genre without a presenter that adopts some of the techniques used in drama.
    Plus the BBC’s announced record Global Audiences. But how does this kind of data benefit you?

    Presented by Rajan Datar.
    Produced by Howard Shannon.

    • 8 min

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