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PITCH IMPERFECT
James Runcie, Radio 4 commissioning editor for arts, waxes bafflingly in the station’s latest commissioning guidelines for programme makers.

YENTOB, THE MUSICAL
Remember Kids Company? Trustees chairman Alan Yentob is worried how he might be portrayed on stage in a new musical about the charity’s collapse.

WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS
Skoda’s new TV ad, featuring Bradley Wiggins, hits a bump as Britain’s most decorated Olympian limps away from C4’s The Jump with a fractured leg.

THE HISTORY GIRL
Historian Lucy Worsley’s ‘British History’s Biggest Fibs’ generates its own bit of fake news concerning the reign of Elizabeth I.

PLUS: Dumb Britain, Ad Nauseam & more.

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- Espionage Act: New law could turn hacks and sources into criminals
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