BBC Monitoring: The ears that listened to history in the making

BBC Monitoring: The ears that listened to history in the making
 

BBC Monitoring - the service which listens to, analyses, and summarises news from 150 countries in 100 languages for the corporation - is moving from its home of 75 years. Staff who worked at its grand base at Caversham Park recall being first to hear and report on some of the most seismic moments in history.
The Chernobyl disaster Chris Moseley had only been a monitor for 10 months when he said he became the "first person in the English speaking world" to hear about the world's worst nuclear disaster.
Listening to Swedish radio in April 1986, he heard reports of abnormal... read more

 
30 May 2018 in Regional, Views: 19
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