We tip our hats to the BBC’s global radio service that brings news to over 188 million people  in 32 different languages across the planet.  For many the news service is the only means of accessing information.  Unfortunately the BBC is in the process of undergoing significant cut backs: dropping 5 languages an an estimated 30 million listeners.

Dan Damon, host of “World Update” invited founder of ahumanright.org to talk about why we believe access to information is a basic human right and how we plan to continue what the BBC started many years ago.  We were delighted to chat with him: