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hat is R&D TV? http://ftp.kw.bbc.co.uk/backstage/index.whtmlIt's a monthly technology programme made up of interviews from knowledgeable BBC developers, BBC project experts and experts from around the world.The programming comes in 3 forms. 1. A brief 5 minute video, containing all the very best bits 2. A longer 30 minute video, containing deeper conversations 3. The Asset Bundle, containing everything we used and didn't use to make the videos aboveWe expect most people will just enjoy the vid...
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Tom Watson Civil Service Minister Cabinet Office working with fellow ministers Ed Miliband and Phil Hope.Since being elected to Parliament in June 2001 to represent the people of West Bromwich East Tom has served as a Government Whip and Defence Minister as well as Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Treasury.This interview was recorded at OpenTech09 by Chris Vallance of BBC Radio 4