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Diary

Mishal Husain's diary: Sachin, women secret agents, shipbuilding .. and telling the time.

Plus: Honouring the men — and 75 women — who flew from RAF Tempsford; thank you, Sachin Tendulkar, for your photo

23 November 2013

9:00 AM

23 November 2013

9:00 AM

I’ve worked for the BBC for years and have been listening to the Today programme all my adult life, but joining it as a presenter feels like exploring a new frontier. Being on top of your brief is one thing; the mechanics of a three-hour live radio programme quite another.

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Mishal Husain became a regular presenter on BBC Radio 4’s Today last month.

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