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Newsjack is a satirical sketch show hosted by Nish Kumar since February 2015, and previously by Romesh Ranganathan, Justin Edwards and Miles Jupp. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 7 on 4 June 2009. The series is notable for having an "Open door" policy on writing, meaning that unsolicited writers without contract to the BBC can send in material. The show is designed to give new writers an opportunity to get material broadcast. It is hoped by the people behind the show that it may become a modern version of Week Ending, an earlier sketch show which also accepted material the same way.

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  • Newsjack is a satirical sketch show hosted by Nish Kumar since February 2015, and previously by Romesh Ranganathan, Justin Edwards and Miles Jupp. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 7 on 4 June 2009. The series is notable for having an "Open door" policy on writing, meaning that unsolicited writers without contract to the BBC can send in material. The show is designed to give new writers an opportunity to get material broadcast. It is hoped by the people behind the show that it may become a modern version of Week Ending, an earlier sketch show which also accepted material the same way.
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  • Newsjack is a satirical sketch show hosted by Nish Kumar since February 2015, and previously by Romesh Ranganathan, Justin Edwards and Miles Jupp. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 7 on 4 June 2009. The series is notable for having an "Open door" policy on writing, meaning that unsolicited writers without contract to the BBC can send in material. The show is designed to give new writers an opportunity to get material broadcast. It is hoped by the people behind the show that it may become a modern version of Week Ending, an earlier sketch show which also accepted material the same way.
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