Our program for the BBC World Service — Boston Calling — gives you a second chance to hear your favorite stories from The World every weekend.
The question asked in the Guardian article is whether anyone even cares about naked breasts anymore [...]
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This weekend, The World launches a new weekly program that will air globally on the BBC World Service. Producer Clark Boyd has this behind the scenes look at the new show.
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I got the question this past weekend from my mother-in-law. My colleague got the same question from her mother-in-law: “Why do they still hate us,” they wanted to know [...]
As a journalist living and working in a foreign country, I like to think of myself as being culturally sensitive and aware regardless of where I’m reporting from. But I hadn’t realized that the pressures of being a journalist can dampen some of that sensitivity.
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Take a look inside our editorial process as show producer Jeb Sharp leads a team of reporters, producers, engineers and editors to create a show.
The First Amendment protects free speech. But who is protecting the future of the democracy in Arab Spring nations?
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With the killing of the American ambassador to Libya, and the demonstrations now all over the Middle East, it’s easy to forget one of the long-standing and entrenched issues facing policy makers: Palestinian statehood [...]
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