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When can I listen to From Our Own Correspondent?

From Our Own Correspondent is broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in the UK on Saturdays at 1130 BST and, for about 25 weeks of the year, on Thursdays at 1102 BST.

From Our Own Correspondent is broadcast on BBC World Service every day from Monday to Friday plus a weekend edition all year round.

How do I make a complaint?

If you have a complaint about From Our Own Correspondent, or any other BBC programmes or services then please go to the BBC Complaints Website

What is the difference between the From Our Own Correspondent programme broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and the programme broadcast on BBC World Service?

The BBC Radio 4 From Our Own Correspondent is a 30-minute programme broadcast on Saturdays and for part of the year on Thursdays. It is presented by veteran news correspondent, Kate Adie.

The BBC World Service programme is broadcast Mondays to Fridays and a highlights programme is broadcast on Saturdays. It is presented by former foreign correspondent, Alan Johnston.

Can I listen to the programme on this site?

Yes. To listen to the most recent edition of the BBC Radio 4 or BBC World Service From Our Own Correspondent - click on the listen to the programme link above. You can also download the programme to your MP3 player.

Where can I find programme transcripts?

Although the whole programme is not transcribed, you can find scripts of some pieces from the programmes in any given week on our website on Saturdays.

Can you tell me about job opportunities/work experience?

All BBC jobs are advertised at http://www.bbc.co.uk/jobs. The site also includes information on careers and trainee schemes within the BBC.
All BBC work experience queries should be directed to:
BBC Work Experience, PO Box 27118, London, W12 8ZL Tel: 020 8225 9883 Email: work.experience@bbc.co.uk




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