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Summary: The BBC Trust has responded to concerns that the corporations current affairs output is lagging behind rivals by insisting on a minimum amount of programming each year which is less than the amount it already airs. However, the BBC said it already delivers more than this over the past five years, BBC1 has delivered between 44 and 52 hours of current affairs peak-time programming annually. It is vital for the BBC to maintain the volume, quality and ambition of its current affairs and this protection for some of its most-watched current affairs output will help it to do that. To contact the MediaGuardian news desk email mediatheguardian.com or phone 020 3353 3857. - theguardian.comwww.theguardian.comBBC Trust sets out minimum level for cur…
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