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Last Updated: Wednesday, 15 January 2003, 14:29 GMT
On this page we will try to answer some of the most common questions we recieve by e-mail.

When is the programme broadcast?
The latest series of Kenyon Confronts has finished. It was broadcast during October and November 2003, on Wednesdays at 1930 GMT on BBC One .

Click here for further information on the BBC What's On site.

Can I watch the programme on this site?
The programme is shown on the Internet simultaneously with UK transmission, and is available to view for one week after transmission by clicking the "Watch latest programme" button at the top right hand side of every page.

Why will my computer not play the video?
If you cannot see the programmes, clips or forums then it could be that your computer does not have the correct software needed to watch video from the BBC website. You can download the software needed for free from the Realplayer website.

Who is Paul Kenyon?
After a solid career in journalism, Paul came to the BBC and put his skills to great use with the first series of Kenyon Confronts broadcast in 2000.

What is door-stepping?
Paul Kenyon is a current master of the art of doorstepping, or confrontational journalism. He puts people "on the spot" - often with surprising and sometimes dangerous consequences.

How can I get a copy of a programme?
Requests for VHS copies of episodes of Kenyon Confronts can be made by sending a blank VHS, with a specification of which episode you would like, by post to:

BBC Kenyon Confronts
Room 1127
201 Wood Lane London
W12 7TS.

Are programme follow up reports produced?
When appropriate, the Kenyon Confronts website produces programme story updates. This information will bring up to date the latest story developments.

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Can you tell me about job opportunities/work experience?
All BBC jobs are advertised on the BBC website. 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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