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Bruce MacGregor (musician)
Bruce MacGregor is a Scottish fiddler and broadcaster who plays with Blazin' Fiddles and currently presents Travelling Folk on BBC Radio Scotland.
John Macmurray
John Macmurray MC (16 February 1891 – 21 June 1976) was a Scottish philosopher. His thought moved beyond the modern tradition begun by Descartes and continued in Britain by Locke, Berkeley and Hume. H...
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Richard Allinson
Richard John McNeill Allinson (born 12 October 1958) is a British broadcaster with Magic 105.4 FM and Creative Director of Magnum Opus Broadcasting. He started his broadcasting with a 3-year stint at ...
Fry's English Delight
Fry's English Delight is a BBC Radio 4 documentary series in which language enthusiast Stephen Fry explores various aspects of the English language.The title is an allusion to the British confectionar...
Charlie Whelan
Charles Alexander James Whelan (born 3 February 1954, north-east Surrey) is former political director of the British trade union Unite. He rose to prominence as spokesman for Labour politician Gordon ...
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Matthew Sweet (writer)
Matthew Sweet (born 1969) is an English writer, journalist, and BBC broadcaster.Born in Hull, he holds a doctorate from Oxford University on the sensation fiction of the 19th century, Wilkie Collins i...
Jim Hawkins (radio presenter)
Jim Hawkins (born 1962) is a BBC radio presenter.
Hawkins was born in Essex and brought up there and in Warwickshire, England.Hawkins' broadcasting career began on a student radio station at Warwi...
Stephanie Flanders
Stephanie Hope Flanders (born 5 August 1968) is a British former broadcast journalist who was the BBC economics editor for five years. In November 2013 she left the BBC for a role as J.P. Morgan Asset...
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Rodney P
Rodney P (born Rodney Panton in Battersea, London) is an English MC who entered the UK hip hop scene in the 1980s. He started out as a member of the London Posse, one of the UK's first home grown hip ...
John Amis
John Preston Amis (17 June 1922 – 1 August 2013) was a British broadcaster, classical music critic, music administrator, and writer. He was a frequent contributor for The Guardian and to BBC radio and...
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Twicket
Twicket (a portmanteau of Twitter and Cricket) was a village cricket match, streamed world-wide on the Internet on Easter Monday, 25 April 2011, with the intention of highlighting the need for high-ca...
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Kenan Malik
Kenan Malik (born 1960) is an Indian-born English writer, lecturer and broadcaster, trained in neurobiology and the history of science. As a scientific author, his focus is on the philosophy of biolog...
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Des Lynam
Desmond Michael "Des" Lynam, OBE (17 September 1942) is an Irish-born British television and radio presenter based in the UK. In a broadcasting career spanning more than 40 years, he has hosted televi...
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Colin Murray
Colin Murray (born Colin Wright on 10 March 1977) is a Northern Irish sports and music radio and television presenter. In 2010, he became host of BBC Television's Match of the Day 2 on BBC Two, while ...
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Stephen Fry's Podgrams
Stephen Fry's Podgrams is a series of podcasts performed and recorded by British comedian and author Stephen Fry. First made downloadable on 20 February 2008, the series of podgrams is a collection of...
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