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The BBC is the largest broadcasting organisation in the world. Its mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain. BBC World Service broadcasts to the world on radio, on TV and online, providing news and information in 32 languages.
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Discover gardening inspiration and advice from your favourite gardening experts with the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine team. Join Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Adam Frost, Frances Tophill, Arit Anderson and others to garden for wildlife and wellness, sow and grow flourishing flowers, immerse in the benefits of nature, get the most from your vegetable plot, successfully use colour in the garden, enjoy the beauty of house plants and much, much more. With Sowalongs and Tea Break Tutorials too, we ...
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Essential listening for the broadcast production, journalism and technology communities. Your guide to everything from editorial and craft skills to taking your next step in the industry. Practical advice on all aspects of TV, radio, journalism.
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BBC Writers seeks out fresh voices, championing writer talent from across the UK and Republic of Ireland. We support, develop and challenge writers throughout their careers, across the BBC.
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We hope and pray that the sermons of Bethel Baptist Church, given by Dr. Marcus Bridges, help meet you right where you are in your relationship with Jesus. Whether you have known Jesus for years, are trying to find out more about who He is, or are just catching up on a sermon you missed, this is the place for you!
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South Africa's parliament has re-elected Cyril Ramaphosa as the country's president following a landmark coalition deal between the governing African National Congress and opposition parties.The new government of national unity combines Mr Ramaphosa's ANC, the centre-right Democratic Alliance and smaller parties.In his victory speech, Mr Ramaphosa …
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اخلاق انتخاباتی چیست و چه تفاوتی با اخلاق فردی دارد؟ عقل و احساس چه نقشی دارند؟ میهمان‌ها: حسین دباغ، مدرس فلسفه اخلاق پیمان عارف، تحلیلگر سیاسیBBC által
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French beans – there’s nothing quite like them. And there’s still time to get yours started for lovely fresh crops all through late summer. So join keen bean gardener and GW magazine sub editor Oliver Parsons as he shares his success and failures with these majestic towering crops – and learn his top tips for a bumper harvest this summer. Learn mor…
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Andy Zaltzman quizzes the week's news. Providing all the answers are Ian Smith, Geoff Norcott, Shaparak Khorsandi and Anushka Asthana. In this first episode of the new series, the panel catches up on all things General Election, Trumped up charges (all 34), and a recently discovered royal kid. Written by Andy Zaltzman With additional material by: C…
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This week on the BBC Introducing in Oxfordshire and Berkshire podcast, Dave catches up with Self Help to hear about their excellent upcoming album 'Enrage Engage', and they play the new single 'I Want You All to Myself' live in session - watch that here: Plus, Hannah finds out what's next for The Bobo as she releases her upcoming single Too Sad, an…
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Last week, a girl who was born deaf had her hearing restored following gene therapy. In the US, the first commercial gene therapy for sickle cell disease has just begun. And Great Ormond Street Hospital has found great success in their trials and a gene therapy for children lacking an immune system. Gene therapy is clearly having a moment. But how …
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This week’s podcast is presented by Stephen and Jacqueline. We hear from: · Love Jazzer's singing, with thoughts about Harrison and Fallon; · Glyn, who has thoughts about Harrison and Alice; · Katherine, who is wondering about the Stables' HR department; · Richard Biffo Prop, who has family connections to Robert Snell's father; · Helen, who enjoyed…
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The UN's health agency says a significant proportion of Gaza's population is facing catastrophic hunger and famine-like conditions - after eight months of war - thousands of children have been diagnosed with acute malnutrition.More than 37,000 people have been killed, and many hundreds of thousands more injured or displaced in Israel's offensive ag…
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Find Glynn Purnell at BBC Gardeners’ World Live on all four days (13-16 June) at the Chef’s Table Show Garden. Often called the ‘Yummy Brummie’, Glynn Purnell started cooking professionally at the age of 14. After securing a work experience placement in a hotel kitchen, he spent the next two years catching the No 966 bus to the Metropole Hotel at t…
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More than 90 countries and global institutions are in Switzerland to discuss how to end the conflict in Ukraine. So what is need to happen to start a peace process? Also on the programme: a Russian journalist tells us the dangers of being a journalist - including poisoning; and how will the new coalition government in South Africa team up with its …
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This week's edition comes from Finland, the country repeatedly crowned the happiest in the world, and the Helsinki Happiness Hacks event introduced people - selected from thousands of applicants across the globe - to Finns willing to share the secrets of their contentment. These include skateboarding, dancing with friends, messy art, walking barefo…
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Would you turn to AI to create your perfect partner? Wanqing Zhang from the BBC Global China Unit has been looking into an AI dating trend that is going viral in China. Plus, Daria Taradai from BBC Ukraine tells us what it's like to live and work with power cuts in Kyiv. Produced by Caroline Ferguson and Alice Gioia. (Photo: Faranak Amidi. Credit: …
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Nicki Chapman is back hosting the Theatre at this year’s BBC Gardeners’ World Live. Taking place from Thursday 13th – Sunday 16th June 2024 at the NEC Birmingham, Nicki will be leading a range of ‘in-conversation’ talks with some of the UK’s top gardening experts.Immediate Live által
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Money Box can reveal that the government is recouping more than £250m pounds from over 100,000 carers who it says broke the earnings rule and should have lost their carer's allowance. The numbers came from a Parliamentary Question this week asked by the chair of the work and pensions select committee, Twice as many women as men are being chased for…
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In their closing statement - G7 leaders have issued their starkest warning yet to China over its support for Russia, attacking Beijing for “enabling” Russia’s war in Ukraine, and threatened more sanctions if Beijing keeps transferring material used by Moscow’s defence industry.Smartphones outnumber people now, according to the World Economic Forum.…
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Politics in Europe took a shift to the right following the recent European parliamentary elections, with far-right parties making gains in several countries, most notably France. The size of victory for the opposition National Rally Party led President Macron to call a snap national election. We bring together two men who support Marine Le Pen’s fa…
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Bump stocks were banned after they were used in America's deadliest mass shooting in 2017. Western leaders dismiss Russian President Putin's call for an immediate ceasefire in Ukraine, as they meet at the G7 summit in southern Italy. Also: A Chinese court sentences a journalist who reported on #MeToo to jail for "subversion", and why grey whales ar…
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South Africa's newly formed national unity government need to get the economy growing again. We hear from entrepreneur and outspoken critic of the ANC Rob Hersov on what can be done.Meta has halted its AI models in Europe after the Irish privacy regulator told it to delay its plan to harness data from Facebook and Instagram users. We look at what h…
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The Princess of Wales delivered an update on her cancer treatment on Friday, saying she was making "good progress" but adding that chemotherapy meant "there are good days and bad days". She will attend Trooping the Colour on Saturday in her first public appearance this year.In South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa of the African National Congress has been …
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The Princess of Wales says she is making “good progress” after her cancer diagnosis and is to attend the formal Trooping the Colour ceremony in London.It will be her first public appearance this year following the diagnosis, and her abdominal surgery in January.In a personal message, Catherine said her treatment was still ongoing and will continue …
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South Africa's governing African National Congress (ANC) and the main opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) have agreed to form a government of national unity, along with two smaller opposition parties. We look at the state of politics in South Africa as the once mighty African National Congress is forced to share power. Also in the programme: The fi…
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The Princess of Wales has said she is making “good progress” after her cancer diagnosis. She will attend Trooping the Colour on Saturday, which will be her first public appearance this year. Catherine said her treatment is still ongoing and will continue for another few months in a message. The event is a birthday parade for the monarch and a palac…
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Residents of Rafah say western areas of the overcrowded city have come under heavy fire, over the past 24 hours, with Israeli helicopter missions and street battles. We hear from a spokesman from the UN's agency for children. Also in the programme: South Africa is on course for a historic coalition government after the centre right Democratic Allia…
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Writer: Nick Warburton Director: Julie Beckett Editor: Jeremy HoweJosh Archer…. Angus Imrie Pip Archer…. Daisy Badger Lilian Bellamy…. Sunny Ormonde Harrison Burns…. James Cartwright Alan Franks…. John Telfer Ed Grundy….. Barry Farrimond Emma Grundy…. Emerald O’Hanrahan George Grundy…. Angus Stobie Will Grundy…. Philip Malloy Paul Mack…. Joshua Ril…
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Andy Zaltzman quizzes the week's news. Providing all the answers are Ian Smith, Geoff Norcott, Shaparak Khorsandi and Anushka Asthana.In this first episode of the new series, the panel catches up on all things General Election, Trumped up charges (all 34), and a recently discovered royal kid.Written by Andy ZaltzmanWith additional material by: Chri…
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Andy Zaltzman quizzes the week's news. Providing all the answers are Ian Smith, Geoff Norcott, Shaparak Khorsandi and Anushka Asthana.In this first episode of the new series, the panel catches up on all things General Election, Trumped up charges (all 34), and a recently discovered royal kid.Written by Andy ZaltzmanWith additional material by: Chri…
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Vladimir Putin has said Ukraine would need to withdraw troops from territories Russia claims to have annexed before a ceasefire could begin. Ukraine's President Zelensky has called the terms a Hitler-like "ultimatum". Ukraine has long said that it will not negotiate with Moscow until Russian forces leave all Ukrainian territory, including Crimea. R…
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Tamsin Westhorpe is an experienced horticultural journalist and author, RHS Chelsea Flower Show Judge, podcaster and lecturer. After editing a national magazine for many years Tamsin is now curator and gardener at Stockton Bury Gardens in Herefordshire. Having started her horticultural career at the age of 17, spending time as a parks gardener and …
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Nigeria, a nation once notorious for military rule, is marking 25 years of democracy, at a time when several of its West African neighbours have had coups in recent years. But as many Nigerians struggle to earn enough to live on, amid an economic crisis and dramatically rising prices, some appear to be very unhappy with how they are being governed.…
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South Africa's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), says it has agreed a deal with the governing African National Congress (ANC) to form a government of national unity. How will it change the economy? Also, in the programme, Rahul Tandon finds out why Japan is become very popular tourism destination and how it affecting local busine…
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South Africa's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), says it has agreed a deal with the governing African National Congress (ANC) to form a government of national unity. This comes after weeks of speculation about who the ANC would partner with after losing its parliamentary majority for the first time in 30 years, in last month's el…
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The UN Security Council has demanded that Sudanese paramilitary forces call off their eight-week siege of el-Fasher, where fighting has sparked fears of a possible genocide. Sudan's army has been fighting the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) for more than a year, in a civil war that has killed thousands and forced millions from their homes. …
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Three political parties have supported the ANC’s bid for a unity government. The ANC lost its parliamentary majority in last month’s election. Parliament has already been sworn in. Also: G7 leaders focus on tensions with China on the second day of their summit in Italy; And the authorities in Thailand search for three oil tankers which went missing…
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