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Broadcast Log November 17 - November 23

Broadcast log – November 17 – November 23

BBC Asian Network

Also on: BBC2 Newsnight

BBC West Midlands TV

19th November 2012

Professor Swaran Singh, WMS, discusses research into mental health problems and sufferers blaming possession rather than seeking appropriate care

 

Radio New Zealand

Also on: Voice of Russia Radio

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire Radio

Good Morning America Radio

Chicago National Public Radio

KSDK USA

KWTX USA

WBIR-TV USA

770kob USA

TVNZ USA

NBC News USA

CBS Local USA

WSHM-TV USA

WLFL USA

CP24 USA

WABC-TV USA

WTTE FOX 28 USA

ABC Action News USA

ABC2 News USA

ABC Online Australia

CBC Canada

All 20th November 2012

Professor Andrew J Oswald, Economics, discusses the findings which show that apes experience the same midlife low in happiness, just like a human’s midlife crisis

 

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire Radio - Breakfast Show

20th November 2012

Leslie Francis, Institute of Education, speaks about women bishops

 

BBC Five Live, Radio

20th November 2012

Monica Giulietti, WBS, talks about energy markets

 

BBC Coventry and Warwickshire Radio

21st November 2012

Long discussion about poor cycling around the University of Warwick

 

Russian TV

22nd November 2012

Mark Harrison, Politics, discusses the UK credit rating

 

Voice of Russia Radio

22nd November 2012

Professor Kevin Butcher, Classics, speaks about the birthdate of Jesus Christ

 

BBC Sky News

22nd November 2012

Professor Wynford Grant, PAIS, discusses EU budget and CAP

 

 

 

Beyond Bejing – Today Radio

22nd November 2012

Professor Wang Qing, WBS, discusses impact on the Communist party of China’s National Congress on the future of the nation.

 

BBC Radio 4, In Business

23rd November 2012

Mark Swift, WMG, talking about IIPSI and working with SMEs

 

BBC Radio 4, Today

23rd November 2012

Warwick University professor Mark Harrison, Politics, debating on how to deal with the lasting memories of the once-celebrated Jimmy Savile