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26
Feb
10

Broadcasting from University College Falmouth

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26
Feb
10

Friday’s videos from Cornwall


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25
Feb
10

Joe explains how we’ll get on air

25
Feb
10

Is disaster tourism acceptable?

Hi I’m Zoe Graham. I am one of the international journalism postgrads from University College Falmouth and am helping to produce the WHYS programme today with the rest of the team. Continue reading ‘Is disaster tourism acceptable?’

25
Feb
10

WHYS editorial meeting at UCF

25
Feb
10

Should we manage wild animal populations?

Andy Haden here, MA International Journalism student at UCF. I’m helping out with the WHYS show today, and animal population control is a topic that interests me. I was wondering what the views on it from around the world are.

You may have heard that the Scottish deer population at risk because of the harsh winter. Hunters are being advised to continue to cull animals which are unlikely to survive until spring. The deer hunting industry is worth £240m to the Scottish economy, so population management is a popular method of ensuring deer populations survive. Continue reading ‘Should we manage wild animal populations?’

25
Feb
10

Sofia on Michael Sandel




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