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RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
Christian Fraser at 4pm - unusual!


I thought I saw him on the trundle at the NC desk. I was adamant that I was wrong.

We are fast approaching the summer season Wink


Christian's normal shift is 4-8 on world, my question is who is on world?

Wouldn't it be Matthew? He and Christian seem to alternate that shift every Wednesday.
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MF
Matthew_Fieldhouse Central (West) Midlands Today

I thought I saw him on the trundle at the NC desk. I was adamant that I was wrong.

We are fast approaching the summer season Wink


Christian's normal shift is 4-8 on world, my question is who is on world?

Wouldn't it be Matthew? He and Christian seem to alternate that shift every Wednesday.

Yeah, Matthew has been on since 16:00
AS
AlexS Central (East) Midlands Today
BBC Newsreaders are seemingly now allowed to have public opinions as long as they publish them on the BBC website.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-53224324
IS
Inspector Sands
AlexS posted:
BBC Newsreaders are seemingly now allowed to have public opinions as long as they publish them on the BBC website.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-53224324

I don't see your point. That's an article based on the experience of her and others, as well as based on her other expertise.

She's not expressing an opinion as such and certainly not in the way that could cause issues with impartiality.
Last edited by Inspector Sands on 2 July 2020 6:41am
NE
Newsroom
AlexS posted:
BBC Newsreaders are seemingly now allowed to have public opinions as long as they publish them on the BBC website.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-53224324

I don't see your point. That's an article based on the experience of her and others, as well as based on her other expertise.

She's not expressing an opinion as such and certainly not in the way that could cause issues with impartiality.


Hear hear! That piece Kate Silverton wrote will help thousands of parents around the country and indeed world. An astonishingly ignorant criticism. Thumbs down
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NE
News96 Look North (Yorkshire)
If anything these sort of articles need to be written about now and going forward (escpally when the pandemic does finally end) since it looks like the Schools will be going back full time in September without social distancing but into year group bubbles.
CM
cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
AlexS posted:
BBC Newsreaders are seemingly now allowed to have public opinions as long as they publish them on the BBC website.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-53224324


Christ. How dare she care for the mental health of others.

Blatent BBC bias. Towards, well, being nice...
NE
Newsroom
AlexS posted:
BBC Newsreaders are seemingly now allowed to have public opinions as long as they publish them on the BBC website.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-53224324


Christ. How dare she care for the mental health of others.

Blatent BBC bias. Towards, well, being nice...


I don't wish to pick any fights here, but the forumer in question tends to have a knack for winding people up! I for one ignore the person and won't respond directly. The person is a fire starter and lacking knowledge of any real subject. He needs to stop and pause and think a little before posting. Best advice i can give is to ignore and not be goaded.
Last edited by Newsroom on 2 July 2020 6:00pm
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RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
AlexS posted:
BBC Newsreaders are seemingly now allowed to have public opinions as long as they publish them on the BBC website.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-53224324


Christ. How dare she care for the mental health of others.

Blatent BBC bias. Towards, well, being nice...


I don't wish to pick any fights here, but the forumer in question tends to have a knack for winding people up! I for one ignore the person and won't respond directly. The person is a fire starter, lacking knowledge and whatever else it takes to stop, pause and think a little before posting. Best advice is to ignore and not be goaded.

Yes and he doesn't tend to like any newsreaders!
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BF
BFGArmy Channel Channel Islands
Indeed I thought it was a brilliant article. I already thought Kate came across as a wonderful individual and the fact the article mentioned she’s a trainee psychotherapist makes me think even more highly of her
NE
Newsroom
Indeed I thought it was a brilliant article. I already thought Kate came across as a wonderful individual and the fact the article mentioned she’s a trainee psychotherapist makes me think even more highly of her


Well said! She deserves as much respect as Sian Williams going back to into adult education to study Psychology specializing in loss.
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NL
Ne1L C Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Her wiki page said she graduated from Durham University with a degree in psychology. She also had the pain of having 4 IVF sessions that failed. Those kind of experiences can lead a person to try and gain a deeper understanding into how people's psyche's can be affected. Bravo Kate.

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