Saturday, November 22, 2014


Some recent "exclusives" from BBC News.

"Newsnight's special correspondent Katie Razzall was given exclusive access to the rehearsal room and director Sellars ahead of the world premiere at London's ENO" - or perhaps, a nug (news as plug) for  John Adams' "The Gospel According to the Other Mary", already premiered in New York, and now coming to London. Dress Circle tickets priced £57.50 now available for £30.

"In an exclusive BBC interview, Islam Karimov Jr - now 23 and studying business at Oxford Brookes University - says his mother and sister are under house arrest in Uzbekistan." Natalia Antelava beats off all contenders to find the grandson of the President of Uzbekistan.

"The BBC has been given an exclusive look at this year's standing. Find out who's up and who's down in Asia....". A preview of an Economist Intelligence Unit survey on best business environments finds that Singapore is Number 1 - again.

"Families' disappointment over Glasgow black-out driver inquiry... BBC Scotland's Catriona Renton has this exclusive report". Reporter talks to families of two students killed by an out-of-control car four years ago, after publication of Sheriff's Fatal Accident Inquiry report.

"In an exclusive interview, Cheryl told BBC Breakfast that she 'felt lucky enough' to be still releasing music after 12 years".

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