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Guys here is your chance to meet the infamous BBC ASAIN NETWORK PRESENTERS: http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/birmingham_open_day_7nov15 BBC Birmingham Open Day Apply NowBBC Birmingham is opening up the doors to its Mailbox HQ, offering you the chance to get behind the scenes and discover the secrets of television and radio. Explore the home of The Archers - the world's longest-running radio soap, meet some of your favourite presenters from Midlands Today, BBC WM, and the BBC Asian Network, or perhaps have a go acting alongside the cast of Doctors, BBC One's popular daytime drama. Our team of talented make-up artists will be showcasing their craft too, and could kit you out with a scar or a head wound - a temporary one of course! Try your hand at radio reporting with the team from BBC News School Report, have a go at presenting the weather, and meet some of the crew who work behind the scenes to make the magic happen. The latest BBC technology will also be available for you to try in our brand new Blue Room. See how it compares to our earliest television and radio equipment. Come and explore. Meet the staff, find out what it's like to work here, shake Pudsey's paw, and discover the exciting future that's in store for BBC Birmingham. Please note: some of the activities on offer have limited numbers, so you'll need to book a place to take part. We will stagger the release of these tickets throughout the day so please take time to check out the timetable for these activities and what's available, when you first arrive. There will be no access to bookable events without having registered here for the Open Day. All information is correct at time of publication. Tweet Please select date/s below and then Apply 0 Selected Select All Saturday7 November10.00am Birmingham Mailbox Under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times Minimum age: 8 Maximum of 4 tickets per request
On the 27th of jan, the bbc asian network invited amitabh bachchan for an interview/show whatever it was. Some time in december early jan, the public could book tickets to be a part of the audience. Did anyone from here go? Bachchan has some serious allegations against him as well as a court case pending in New York regarding his role in the 84 genocide. Namely, inciting genocide on door darshan with slogons of "khoon ka badla khoon". As far as im aware, 4/5 years back sajjan kumar was refused entry into the UK because of his alleged involvement in the genocide. So why is this case any different? Is it because we made a big deal of it back then, contacted our mps etc and therefore the gov under pressure refused him entry? Should we be doing something about this? Complaining to the bbc/ gov/ whoever? I've sent a complaint to the bbc, pretty straight forward simple enough to do. Follow: https://ssl.bbc.co.uk/complaints/forms/?reset=#anchor What are your thoughts?
WJKK WJKF YO everyone, check out what nihal (BBC Asian Network), has written on his Twitter page in regards to this whole situation regarding Rampal, n how hes compared it to Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale and the darbar sahib attack! Your views please guys, am i reading his message/tweet wrong? Is he being sarcastic and ironic? Or is he being deliberate in his tweet?