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Ros Atkins

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Presenter, BBC Outside Source — BBC

BBC News presenter. @BBCOS in UK at 9pm, globally 18&21GMT. Livestreams on facebook. Wherever I roam, Cornwall's my home.

It’s all about scoring goals - Euro 2016 and the UK’s EU referendum

gulfnews.com — The satirical magazine Private Eye is famous for the waspish speech-bubble jokes on its covers. Its latest is the equivalent of scoring an open goal. There's a picture of the England team getting ready to fly off to the European Football Championships in France, with one of them saying, "We'll be out of Europe in time".

Brexit, the greatest of tests

financialmail.co.za — Organisations: The satirical magazine Private Eye is famous for the waspish speech-bubble jokes on its covers. Its latest is the equivalent of scoring an open goal. There's a picture of the England team getting ready to fly off to the European Football Championships, with one of them saying "we'll be out of Europe in time".

Swine flu: Ros Atkins describes his social isolation upon returning from Mexico

theguardian.com — Hello, my name's Ros, I'm a BBC radio presenter and I've just been to Mexico City. I'm assured that reading this article won't infect you. I flew out last Saturday morning, stayed for three days and in one week have gone from being blissfully unaware that pigs come down with flu, to being a swine flu veteran and social pariah.

There's nowhere to hide in modern TV journalism

telegraph.co.uk — The first thing I do on a day that I'm doing the news is put on clothes I'd rarely wear otherwise. To be clear, I'm sure many of my TV presenter colleagues are really smart all the time, but I'm definitely not in that category I'm afraid.

Ros Atkins - The ‘big screen news guy’

broadbandtvnews.com — The BBC has a report out called The Future of News. The authors are some of my most talented colleagues, and their work is as comprehensive and well-thought through as it is blunt in its assessment of how far and fast our industry needs to change.

Outside Source with an inside edge

bbc.co.uk — Ros Atkins presents Outside Source on BBC World Service Most of my work in the past few years has been taken up with presenting and developing World Have Your Say (WHYS) on TV and radio, and working on the revamped afternoon bulletins on BBC World News TV.

BBC announces development of new weekday international news programme across Radio, TV and Online

bbc.co.uk — This innovative new show will link the BBC's global network of journalists with a worldwide audience using the latest in broadcast technology. Broadcasting live from the BBC's new state-of-the-art newsroom in the redeveloped Broadcasting House, London, the programme is launching initially on World Service Radio.
Aug 22, 2016

RT @tomfordyce: GB's medal factory: PhDs in sleep deprivation, a year of Thinking Thursdays and a ban on undercarriage waxing  http://m.bbc.com/sport/olympics/37150155 

Aug 18, 2016

RT @owen_g: AIBA has "reassigned" executive director Karim Bouzidi to a new role with immediate effect. This is getting interesting...

Aug 18, 2016

RT @tombateman: Putting together piece on the Greens (who want PR). striking graph on BBC website: votes per MP for last 20 years https://t.co/Yh4diVeP4G

Jul 28, 2016

@DyNama outside source is a phrase we use in the bbc newsroom to describe any feed coming into us. the name also refers to non-BBC sources.

Jul 28, 2016

'I want to look to the future.' 'I'd like to look at the past.' John Humphrys takes rail firm rep to task on fares  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36912640 

Jul 28, 2016

RT @richard_conway: Fifa pres. Infantino still subject to prelim ethics case. Going on weeks now. Slowly killing authority of all concerned, no matter outcome.


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