Jonathan Dyer has worked on the The World since 1998, first as News Editor and, from the following year, as Managing Editor. His duties are wide-ranging but primarily include staffing, resource allocation, external partnerships, and editorial direction. He occasionally dabbles in actual production.
Jonathan is also Editor of the weekly BBC World Service program, Boston Calling
, and he was part of the team that created and launched the weekday public radio program, The Takeaway
Years ago he made radio documentaries which one time
involved a helicopter.
Forty years ago, the Sex Pistols wasn’t just releasing an album — it was also defining a moment in the culture that lives on in punk and its progeny today.
Twenty years ago, he had all the Euro answers. Today, after Brexit, it's a different story.
Arts, Culture & Media
Our Geo Quiz today involves the conflict that broke out in 1879, involving Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, known as the War of the Pacific. This war that redrew the map of South America also goes by two other unlikely names.