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RE: [M_L] FW: BBC radio programme on bilingual societies

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  • skyman@elm79.fsnet.co.uk
    Dear Don, As this email account will cease to exist shortly, I d be grateful if you could replace this with my alternative email address so that I can keep
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 7, 2007
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      Dear Don,
      As this email account will cease to exist shortly, I'd be grateful if you could replace this with my alternative email address so that I can keep receiving the invaluable postings to this list.
      Thank you.
      Sincerely,
      'tope

      Tope Omoniyi PhD
      Professor of Sociolinguistics
      School of Arts
      Roehampton University
      Roehampton Lane
      London SW15 5PH.






      > Message Received: Sep 04 2007, 12:30 PM
      > From: "Don Osborn"
      > To: Multilingual_Literacy@yahoogroups.com, "MultiEd-l@..."
      > Cc:
      > Subject: [M_L] FW: BBC radio programme on bilingual societies
      >
      > > FYI (fwd from lgpolicy-list)...
      >
      > The BBC weekly radio programme *Word of Mouth* is a 30-minute slot on
      > language
      > in the widest sense - going from basic linguistics to language policy and
      > further. Half the programme this week is devoted to a survey of language
      > policy in the bilingual societies of Quebec, Wales and Northern Ireland.
      > Little in it will be news to people on this list, but you might be
      > interested
      > to hear what's said: the possible definitions of 'bilingual society' are
      > covered, and there's an interesting interview with Graham Fraser, Canada's
      > Commissioner of Official Languages.
      >
      > The programme will be available until the next one is broadcast, which will
      > be
      > 10 September 2007 at 11.00pm UK time (5.00pm EDT).
      >
      > http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/wordofmouth.shtml
      >
      > Damien Hall
      > University of Pennsylvania
      >
      >


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