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Do you have any helpful tips for political journalists about how to interview politicians? This updated training module has a few, but I am bound to have missed some. If so, please add your own tips here or at the end of the piece - I can always update it and add the best of those I have missed.

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Have you any tips for spotting and developing a news story? This updated training module by Jaldeep Katwala has 10 tips, but more would be most welcome. If I get enough, we could put together another training module expanding the theme. (Everything on Media Helping Media published under Creative Commons NC)

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Updated training module with some handy tips for those starting out in radio. Please add your tips here and/or on the piece so others can benefit.

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Yesterday we shared a training module on how to write a news intro, today’s is about how to write the rest of the story. This is an edited piece from The News Manual.  Please add any comments at the end of the module.

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Tips on how to write the perfect intro in simple steps - free updated journalism training module by The News Manual. Comments welcome, here or on the piece.

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How to spot a news story. Is it new, unusual, interesting, significant and about people? Free Journalism training module. Take the tests and please add any comments.

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This training module, reworked from a piece by The News Manual, is for anyone starting a career in journalism. Although written almost 20 years ago, the section on what it takes to be a journalist contains valuable tips for all working in news today. 

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Tips for radio journalists on how to plan and produce news and current affairs packages

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Some tips for radio news journalists on planning and producing pieces for news and current affairs programmes
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