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The digital services driving growth for Midlands digital public relations agency Tank

Business is booming in the world of public relations and Tank based in Nottingham is the third highest ranking agency in the Midlands according to the industry’s PR league table. Humairaa Habib chats to the team behind the growth learning more about the highs, the lows and how to stay ahead of industry changes.
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‘I can work in my pyjamas’ – recent graduates reflect on working from home

Working from home has become the norm for many people, including journalists. We spoke to three recent graduates to find out how they have found remote working, and how it has impacted them.
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‘It was the worst morning of my life’ – Yeva Mokranska, Ukrainian refugee

In a touching interview, Ukrainian refugee Yeva Mokranska tells Kieran Burt about the horror of waking up to war and her experiences coming to the UK.
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‘We call them the Windrush pioneers’ Clive Foster, OBE, on the legacy of the generation

The 75th anniversary of the Windrush generation arriving in the UK happened last June, with celebrations going on across the country to recognise the contributions they've made. Pastor Clive Foster OBE, a...

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‘I’m scared of animals so I decided to visit Stonebridge City Farm in Nottingham’

Scared of animals, Humairaa Habib visits a farm to in a bid to overcome her fear of four- and two-legged furry and feathered creatures

After Phil and Holly’s breakup – should you be best friends with your colleagues?

Following Phillip Schofield’s departure from This Morning, where he worked with long-time co-anchor and friend, Holly Willoughby, rumours have been surfacing about a fall-out behind...


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Entrepreneur and BBC Apprentice interviewer Mike Soutar’s message to Gen Z

Humairaa Habib speaks to Mike Soutar, business expert and one of Lord Sugar's fiercest team members on BBC The Apprentice, about his views on Gen Z, his most memorable onscreen interview and how he went from case room boy to generating £30m turnover per year

BBC Good Food: A tasty tell-all with Lulu Grimes

BBC Good Food's group managing editor Lulu Grimes tells Amrit Virdi about how her passion for food led her to fall in love with...