January 26, 2022

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Sideman quits Radio 1Xtra after BBC defends use of N-word on air

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BBC radio presenter Sideman has quit his job after the corporation defended its decision to broadcast the N-word in a television news broadcast. The Radio 1Xtra presenter said he no longer felt comfortable working for the national broadcaster after it stuck by the decision to broadcast the language in a report on a racially motivated hit-and-run attack

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