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BBC Chiptune report.
« on: 16:13, 18 March 11 »
If you ignore the fact that the BBC (like so many other subjects) don't seem to understand what they are reporting about and the fact that it only really talks about the US scene, the report itself isn't bad: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12774683

Does anyone under the age of 60 actually work for the BBC?

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Re: BBC Chiptune report.
« Reply #1 on: 12:19, 19 March 11 »
Does anyone under the age of 60 actually work for the BBC?

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Sorry for the off-topic!  :-[
 
Didn't really worry me, though I was suprised when the BBC got rid of Michael Parkinson, of course his chat-show continued on another English station which was good at the time!  ;D  Why the BBC got rid of Parkinson - I thought it was all about the age of him at the time! At 76 though his interview with David Frost still showed Parkinson in fine form!  ;D
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Re: BBC Chiptune report.
« Reply #2 on: 19:36, 19 March 11 »
Really? A UK outlet focusing on US material? Oh well, still a nice read.
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