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MilBlogs on BBC Radio 4

By mmguestblogger  •  March 15, 2007 02:17 PM

Paul Wood, a journalist of the BBC, has a new piece up at BBC Radio 4. It’s a 30 minute podcast that includes readings of military and Iraqi blogs in the war zone – some are featured in The Blog of War – Frontline Dispatches from Iraq and Afghanistan and milbloggers Jason Hartley and Chris Missick are included. Deborah Scranton of The War Tapes wraps up the piece.

While it’s slickly produced and an interesting listen, it contains some language and violence not appropriate for some.

Paul Wood’s reporting has been featured on Blackfive here and here.

Posted in: BBC,Milblogs

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