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Posts tagged ‘from our own correspondent’

FOOC: Baghdad love story

yesterday morning (sunday 11th), 11.54-11.59am, on bbc radio 4
from our own correspondent (presented by kate adie) concludes with …

“In Madras in southern India, Andrew Whitehead stumbles across a tragic love story from Baghdad, and one of the last remnants of the Jewish presence there.”

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FOOC: settlements

this morning (thursday 9th), 11.09-11.14am, on bbc radio 4
from our own correspondent (presented by kate adie) includes …

“Amid an escalation of settlement activity in Israel, Yolande Knell sees one Jewish settlement bulldozed, while others are given the green light by the Israeli parliament.”

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FOOC: Hitler’s birthplace

yesterday morning (thursday 20th), 11.08-11.14am, on bbc radio 4
from our own correspondent (presented by kate adie) includes …

Bethany Bell visits the birthplace of Adolf Hitler, the town of Braunau, and discovers Austrians are divided over whether or not his childhood home should be torn down.”

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FOOC: Shimon Peres

yesterday morning (saturday 1st), 11.31-11.37am, on bbc radio 4
from our own correspondent (presented by kate adie) leads with …

Kevin Connolly in Jerusalem recollects his last meeting with Shimon Peres, and assesses the late president’s legacy.”

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FOOC: Cyprus weddings

yesterday morning (saturday 10th), 11.32-11.37am, on bbc radio 4
from our own correspondent (presented by kate adie) leads with …

Yolande Knell reports on the boom in civil marriages on Cyprus – for couples from Lebanon and Israel

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FOOC: West Bank rock-climbing

yesterday morning (saturday 16th), 11.47-11.52am, on bbc radio 4
from our own correspondent (presented by kate adie) includes …

Ed Lewis joins the young Palestinians having their horizons widened at a rock-climbing club in Ramallah.”

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FOOC: Kevin Connolly

thursday 16th june, 11.18-11.29am, on bbc radio 4
from our own correspondent (presented by kate adie) concludes with …

Kevin Connolly is off to a new BBC posting. He points out that within half an hour’s walk of his present home in Jerusalem, some of the defining dramas of the ancient world played themselves out. He also talks of the pleasures and pitfalls of Middle East reporting today.”

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