Saturday, November 26, 2011

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Miriam's husband takes reins of current affairs
Irish Independent
By Mark Hilliard THE husband of 'Prime Time' presenter Miriam O'Callaghan is to take over as RTE's editor of current affairs following the fallout from the Fr Kevin Reynolds libel scandal. RTE announced that Steve Carson would be taking the reins last ...
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Sedgley students swot up on their current affairs
Dudley News
STUDENTS at High Arcal School are swotting up on current affairs as they prepare to host BBC Radio 4's 'Any Questions'. The programme will be broadcast live from the High Arcal Drive school and hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby on Friday, December 9. ...
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Too-white TV must tune in to the real Team Australia
Sydney Morning Herald
Newsreaders and current affairs show hosts are almost exclusively white. And while The Slap was hailed for mirroring contemporary life, the average family drama is still palely Eurocentric. Is this an innocent case of the blonde leading the bland or a ...
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Sydney Morning Herald
The price of RTÉ's catastrophic mistake
Irish Times
"Ed has been at the absolute centre of everything we do in current affairs in RTÉ for quite some time," says a staff member. Kinsella agrees. "Through his leadership and his energy, Mulhall has transformed RTÉ news and current affairs. ...
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Irish Times
Colombia's VP tells Uribe not to meddle in foreign affairs
Colombia Reports
Colombia's current and former vice presidents expressed opposing views Friday over ex-President Alvaro Uribe's meeting with Venezuelan opposition leaders. Following the ex-president's remark, Colombia's vice president Angelino Garzon asked Uribe not to ...
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