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You can’t forget what Will Self says - even if you wish you could

Plus: how to make a point without saying a word

28 November 2015

9:00 AM

28 November 2015

9:00 AM

It lasted for just a few seconds but was such a graphic illustration of the statistics behind the bombing campaign in Syria — and not a word was spoken. Martha Kearney called it an ‘audio graphic’ on the World at One on Monday and explained how Neal Razzell and James Beard for the World Service had been monitoring the number of US combat missions on Islamic State targets in Syria, hour by hour, 24/7, and comparing them with earlier bombing campaigns.

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