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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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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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This page is no longer being updated with new audio. You can listen to Focus on Africa on http://bbc.in/1NSiqIj We are also on Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/bbcafrica) and on Google+ (http://goo.gl/N8JsS)
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BBC Hindi is part of BBC World Service, best known independent international broadcaster, which reaches to more than 20 million people via Digital, TV, Radio and Social Media. It provides multimedia news content to its audience. Website: www.bbchindi.com (http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi) Facebook: BBC Hindi (https://www.facebook.com/bbchindi) Twitter: @BBCHindi (http://www.twitter.com/BBCHindi)
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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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Boeing shares are down by a third since the start of this year and are on the hunt for a new chief executive. The company has been in crisis since part of the body of a new Boeing 737 Max 9, flown by Alaska Airlines, broke off after take-off in January. US regulators have said their investigating claims by a union that Boeing retaliated against two…
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There's so much more to carrots than just the ones you buy in the supermarket - grow your own for a host of colours, shapes and maximum flavour. Discover more in this short podcast. Plus get free seeds with our March, April and May issues. May also includes our 2 for 1 Gardens guide. Buy the magazine here: https://bit.ly/BuyGWMagSowalong Learn more…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Stephen and Bernadette. We hear from: · Globe-trotting Richard who has been pondering the tree surgery sector; · Darcy from Northern California, who has views on THAT episode, · Witherspoon, who, among other things, has advice for Alice; · Another Richard - this one known as Biffo Prop - who also has thoughts abo…
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Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches. Featuring Lucy Porter on Laura Kenny’s retirement, Alasdair Beckett-King on the state of our nation’s health and an original song from Mitch Benn. With voices from Ed Jones and Katie Norris. The show was written by the cast with additional material from Cody Dahler, Zoe …
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Alice is too big to fit inside the White Rabbit's house. FIND BBC LEARNING ENGLISH HERE:Visit our website✔️ https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglishFollow us✔️https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/followus LIKE PODCASTS?Try some of our other popular podcasts including: ✔️ 6 Minute English✔️ News Review✔️ The English We Speak They're all available by s…
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Hello from BBC Introducing in Oxfordshire and Berkshire! This week, Dave catches up with nostalgic duo Lilypads and Alex meets South Asian singer-songwriter Manpreet Kundi at Asian Tones. Noice. Here's this week's tracklist:•BeNNs - VelocityTendertwin - Askingm4x - Summer DressTilly Valentine - What You Go ThroughBlckHry - Let The Sun Shine Michy T…
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Professor and presenter, Chris Lintott, talks about his new book Our Accidental Universe; a tour of chance encounters and human error in pursuit of asteroids, pulsars, radio waves, new stars and alien life. Even with incredible technological developments, the major astronomical events of the past century are largely down to plain ol’ good luck; dis…
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African leaders meeting at a security summit in Nigeria says the continent needs a new plan to tackle violent extremisim. The two-day counter-terrorism summit, supported by the United Nations, was also attended by African Union Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat What are the challenges facing the continent and how can it be tackled? Also why is so little…
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The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken travels to Beijing in an attempt to curb support for Russia's invasion of Ukraine. We look into the details. Boeing reports results after a difficult quarter, and what happens to movies once they have been taken down from streaming platforms? We find out.על ידי BBC
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US to deliver more arms to Ukraine after Congress approved multi-billion dollars aid package to Kyiv; also in the programme we look into claims of mass graves in Gaza; why have Tesla’s profit’s dropped?; and a lost Klimt painting goes on auction in Vienna.(Photo: Ukraine supporter holding American and Ukrainian flags outside Congress. Credit: Shutt…
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Tesla has seen its profits more than halve this year, and says it will bring forward the launch of new models after announcing thousands of job cuts to try to reverse its fortunes. The electric vehicle maker said on Tuesday it had made $1.13bn (£910m) over the first three months of the year, compared with $2.51bn a year earlier.Tesla, owned and run…
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The broadcaster Zeinab Badawi joins Krupa Padhy to discuss her first book, An African History of Africa: From the Dawn of Humanity to Independence. The book has taken her seven years to research, travelling across 30 countries. She explains how the female African leaders that shaped their countries have often been written out of history. At the sta…
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The US Senate has approved a $95bn (£76bn) foreign aid package that includes military support for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan. President Joe Biden is expected to sign the legislation into law on Wednesday. The Senate, on Tuesday evening, backed the measure passed by the US House of Representatives on Saturday. It includes $61bn in military aid for U…
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More than half of adults don't have a Will according to new research from insurance company Canada Life. The main reason people say they haven't sorted one is that they don't think they have enough money to leave behind. So what types of Will are there and what do they mean? We'll be hearing from one man who says he was disinherited over changes to…
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The former US president Donald Trump denies falsifying business records to cover up a payment to a porn actress. Also: the Israeli military has rejected accusations that its forces buried the bodies of Palestinians at a medical compound in Gaza, and at what age do we become 'old'?על ידי BBC
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From deepfakes to the fear of AI taking jobs, to the social media giants making money from abusive content, our technology dominated world is in a crisis – what are the solutions?AI researcher Kerry McInerney applies a feminist perspective to data, algorithms and intelligent machines. AI-powered tech, and generative AI in particular, pose new chall…
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A seven-year-old girl and four adults have died while attempting to cross the English Channel in a small boat. They’re the latest migrants to have lost their lives while attempting to reach the UK by sea from France. The BBC was filming on a beach south of the port of Calais at night when a group of 110 people boarded the heavily overloaded boat, a…
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The US space agency says its Voyager-1 probe is once again sending usable information back to Earth after months of spouting gibberish. The Nasa spacecraft is humanity's most distant object, being more than 24 billion km (15 billion miles) away. A computer fault stopped it returning readable data in November but engineers have now fixed this.Subscr…
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The second day of Donald Trump's hush-money trial continues. The judge in the trial held a fiery hearing to determine if Mr Trump violated a gag order. The order bans the former president from verbally attacking those involved in the case and the judge has yet to rule. Trump is accused of trying to cover up a $130,000 (£104,500) payment to porn sta…
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The UK parliament has passed the Rwanda asylum law. People arriving on small boats can have their asylum claims processed in Rwanda. When is this likely to take place and why is it of global significance?Why is Zimbabwe's newly introduced gold-backed currency already on the decline? And a strong caution about harmful chemicals found in hair relaxer…
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The British government wants to deter migrants from crossing the English Channel illegally on small boats. We get the latest. Greece has come a long way from the sovereign debt crisis it fell into in 2009. But challenges still remain, we hear about them. And we take a look at Elon Musk's latest row, this time, with Australia's Prime Minister, Antho…
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A new law in Britain aims to send people arriving on small boats to Rwanda to have their asylum claims processed. The Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said the plan made clear that people who arrived in Britain illegally would not be able to stay. The United Nations says the bill is the wrong solution and sets a dangerous precedent. Also in the programme…
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Migrants to be sent abroad for asylum processing. Ministers say the legislation will deter small boat crossings. Father begins legal action against BP over son's cancer death in Iraq. Voyager-1 sends readable data again from deep space. Elon Musk Sydney church stabbing video row. The US state that wants to fine homeless sleepers. UK woman races top…
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Five people, including a seven-year-old girl, died while trying to cross the English Channel in the early hours of Tuesday, French officials have said. Authorities said the victims were trying to get to the UK on an overloaded boat carrying 112 migrants. Several search-and-rescue operations are under way to find survivors. Read more on the BBC News…
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An expression that describes a habit you find strange, but doesn't make you not like someone. (Image: Getty)TRANSCRIPT Find a full transcript for this episode and more programmes to help you with your English at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/the-english-we-speak_2024/ep-240422.FIND BBC LEARNING ENGLISH HERE: Visit our webs…
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Ten Men, A Year of Casual Sex is a new book from the author Kitty Ruskin. It follows a year of her life when she attempts to embody Samantha from Sex and the City and enjoy all the advantages of being young, free and single. As she details 10 men in 10 chapters, the stories range from sexy and funny to at times deeply confronting and violent, inclu…
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For three decades Armenians ruled Karabakh – literally “Black Garden” – an unrecognised statelet inside neighbouring Azerbaijan. Many saw it as the cradle of their civilisation. But as Azerbaijan retook control last autumn, the entire population fled in just a few days. It was a historic catastrophe for Armenia. But the world barely noticed. How is…
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UK Parliament has passed PM Rishi Sunak's flagship Rwanda bill, after a late-night sitting and months of wrangling. Plans to send some asylum seekers to Africa have met with fierce criticism, but the bill passed on Monday when the Lords dropped their opposition. Sunak said in a statement "nothing will stand in our way" now of getting flights off th…
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Defence lawyers tell jurors in New York there was no crime and the former US president Donald Trump is "cloaked in innocence". Also: Ecuadorean police arrest fugitive gang leader, Fabricio Colón Pico, and have you see the raccoons that are on the run in the Netherlands?על ידי BBC
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The Lords withdraws one amendment to the bill but continues to insist on a monitoring committee to assess the safety of Rwanda.Also on the programme:James Coomarasamy reports from India where Narendra Modi is accused of stoking anti-Muslim sentiment in his election campaign.And rediscover the Welsh hymns side-lined for their searing lyrics.…
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An independent review of the UN's operations in Gaza says it needs to improve its neutrality. We ask the head of the review whether countries that suspended donations because of Israeli allegations should resume them. Also on the programme: US prosecutors have accused Donald Trump of a conspiracy over hush money paid to a porn actress at the start …
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Professor Ben Garrod and Dr Jess French get under the skin (and blubber) of the California sea lion, to crack the key to its success both on land and at sea. Its ability to dive hundreds of meters down, keep warm in icy waters, and run on land, can all be explained through its unique internal anatomy. They are joined by zookeeper and sea lion train…
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In the 1960s, the BBC set out to investigate local reports of secret, shocking World War Two experiments, dangerous contamination and unexplained animal deaths on a remote island off the coast of Scotland.It was an environmental catastrophe.The island remained dangerously contaminated and a no-go area for nearly half a century, until, on this day i…
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