BBC heads North for current affairs

The BBC has launched a radio current affairs department and set up an investigative journalism unit in Manchester. The move will see 80 members of staff break away from the main current affairs hub and operate independently of the TV current affairs division. Gwyneth Williams, who has been heading the ...

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