BBC News 24 launches user-generated news programme

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BBC News 24 is launching the first user-generated news programme.

The programme, which starts a pilot run tomorrow (Saturday November 24) will be the first to solely feature material sent in by the public.

Your News will be presented by the BBC’s Special Correspondent Richard Bilton. Laura Jones will report for the programme.

The programme will run weekly features with a wide range of audience driven content. These include:

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