(Source: BBC World Service)
BBC World Service brings you a special day of programming on 29 February to celebrate 80 years of international radio broadcasting.
We’ll begin the day with a live broadcast of the daily news meeting– which usually takes place behind closed doors – a meeting of all the language service and English news heads who decide the day’s news agenda.
Other highlights include an audience with naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough; writer VS Naipaul will be talking about his time at BBC World Service with the Caribbean service and music producer William Orbit will be guest editing our arts programme, The Strand.
Throughout the day, you’ll be able to watch video clips of guests and staff around our current headquarters, Bush House.
We’ll also be asking you to put questions to guests and BBC World Service staff via clickFacebook, so join us if you can.