3 easy ways to spoil a media interview

In the space of just one recent edition of BBC Radio 4’s flagship lunchtime news programme The World at One, we heard interviewees commit three “cardinal sins”. Appearing on a programme like that is an enormous opportunity – a chance to reach a healthy chunk of the 11 mill
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Hold the front page: don’t cock up a TV drama mock-up

Medical dramas and crime series often feature doctors or scientists in the credits – a nod to their help in ensuring that what’s been portrayed by actors has been as realistic as possible, whether the characters have been carrying out an operation or looking at a fragment of bon
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