The Future of Political Broadcasting

BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson, was interested in political journalism from the age of eight.  He joined the BBC in 1986 and worked as ITN political editor before returning to BBC in 2005. In this audio podcast, he discusses reporting … Continue reading

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Who is responsible for the conflict in Libya?

Recently, the situation in Libya has drawn the close attention of politicians around the world. While the people in Libya are suffering every day, there seems to be confusion whether, and which, organisations should intervene, as well as the approach … Continue reading

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Kofi Annan on the challenges and opportunities in Africa

How do you perceive Africa? Is Africa poor and disease ridden or a continent rich in natural resources that has great economical potential? The former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, gives the first talk of the 700th Exeter College Anniversary … Continue reading

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Making Law – How Government creates legislation

Every year a number of bills are mentioned in the Queen’s Speech at the State Opening of Parliament. Do you know how these bills are proposed, scrutinised and finally chosen to be in the speech? This series of interviews, followed … Continue reading

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