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By Phil Mansell Since the allegations of child sex abuse by the late Jimmy Savile were broadcast in an ITV documentary during late September, the scandal has implicated a wide range of people. The...

By Liam Corcoran BBC Radio one. The home station, or should be, for young listeners throughout the country. On September 24th, its breakfast show saw a massive change as it tries to reclaim these young...

By Tiffany Francis For those that missed it, London hosted the Olympic and Paralympic games this year. It was a fairly low-key affair, a couple of fireworks here and there, but altogether it was rather...

By Abigail Bowsher There had been fears that the Bristol Zombie Walk might be cancelled this year. However, after negotiations with the ‘non-dead’ at Bristol City Council (who were apparently eager...

By Josh Willcocks It is no revelation that the news has quite a penchant for reporting death and destruction. We have become quite accustomed to killer diseases, murder, suicide and the possibility of...

By Chloe Dixon London 2012 took the world by storm, being the most reported and talked about event of the year. It dominated our headlines throughout the entire world, with NBC’s coverage of London 2012...

There are two types of Fringe goers: those that go for the shows, and those that go for the spontaneity. Personally I’m one of those that go for the shows, but I have a sneaky underlying reason – to...

> The BBC has found itself embroiled in another age discrimination argument.  Is the corporation ageist? Or does this latest case represent a case of sour grapes from a former employee? On the afternoon...

> With the World Cup thankfully over, and the flags safely tucked away for another two years, WesternEye looks at their perceived significance in today’s society, and how BBC Radio 4 managed to...