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What can the origins of the BBC tell us about its future?

theguardian.com — The manse on Lynedoch Street, Glasgow, is a handsome double-fronted house with nine steps up to its front door. It clings to the flank of its sandstone church, whose brace of tall, pencil-straight towers are linked by an elegant classical pediment.
What can the origins of the BBC tell us about its future? | Charlotte Higgins gu.com/p/3zdtx/tw via @guardian
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First Dog on the Moon introduces Ian, the Climate Denialist Potato

theguardian.com — Ian the potato does not believe in climate change - and he is very fond of environment minister Greg Hunt