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Thingyan, Myanmar's New Year of Water. The ten most important headlines on the BBC's Burmese website are published every day on Frontier Myanmar, so users can click through to complete BBC stories. Adopted and local pop music now dominates Burma's music. He had died the day after BBC News filmed Mohammed Ibrahim. BBC tried to urge her to use the term Rohingya and she refused to use it.

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BBC Worlservice, the world's biggest global broadcaster,[1] delivers broadcast quality audio and TV coverage, speeches and debates in over 30 languages[2] to many parts of the globe on analog and hybrid short wave broadcast media delivery systems, web hosting, podcasts, satellite, DAB, FM and MW relay..... 3 ] In 2015, global service averaged 210 million viewers per wk (on TV, on the air and online).

4 ] The Anglophone services broadcast 24/7. BBC World Services began in 1932 as the BBC Empire Services, which was broadcast on shortwave[12] and was mainly directed at Englishspeaking people throughout the British Empire. King George V declared in his first Christmas message that the divine services were for" men and woman who are so isolated by the snows, the deserts or the seas that only aerial sounds can infiltrate.

"The initial expectations for the Empire Services were low. "Don't get your expectations too high in the first few day; for some amount of airtime we will be broadcasting relatively straightforward programs to give you the best opportunity for an understandable welcome and to prove what kind of materials are best suited for the services in each area.

"13 ][14] This adress has been reread five time as it has been transmitted to different parts of the time. At the end of the 1940' the number of broadcasting langauges had increased and receptions better after a relays had been opened in today's Malaysia and the Limassol relays in Cyprus in 1957.

The BBC World Service[18] was adopted on 1 May 1965 and extended its range with the opening of the Ascension Island Season in 1966, which gave the Africans a greater message and better welcome, as well as the later season on the island of Masirah. The ministry first ended in August 1985 when the workmen went on strike against the UK government's ruling to prohibit a paper with an Sinn Féin Martin McGuinness film.

There is less need for a wireless network in broadband markets. The programmes in Ger-man ended in March 1999 after investigations showed that the major part of the Ger-man audience was prepared for the British work. For similar purposes, programmes in French, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Norwegian, Finnish, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese as well as Portuguese and Portuguese were discontinued.

It is broadcast from the Broadcasting House in London, the company's head office. The newer parts of the house contain audio and TV stations for the various voice departments. It also includes an integral news-room used by World Service, BBC World News, national TV and radio newsletters, BBC News Channels and BBC Online. London was the world service hub between 1941 and 2012.

The service was based on short-wave transmissions, as they were able to break down the obstacles of censure, range and frequency-lack. Under certain specific conditions, these cross-border shipments were also used for sending urgent communications to UK citizens abroad, such as the recommendation to remove Jordan during the September 1970 outbreak.

World Service mainly provides messages and analyses in English. Newsday, World Update, Newshour and The Newsroom are the main pillars of the latest series. The Sports Hour and Stumped, a crime program jointly made with All India Radio and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, are other sports shows this week.

Sunday the multidisciplinary program Das Forum is aired. Outlooks is a program by Matthew Bannister and Jo Fidgen, which was first broadcasted in July 1966 and has been presented by John Tidmarsh for more than thirty years. Triking described himself as "an explanation of the histories that divide the world...."

To date, the programs have consisted of pop musical programs by the deceased John Peel and classic musical programs by the deceased Edward Greenfield. Others noteworthy earlier shows are Alistair Cooke's Letter from America, which has been on air for over fifty years; Off the Shelf with its everyday readings from a novel, bio or historical textbook; A Jolly Good Show, a Dave Lee Travis musical enquiry program; Waveguide, a wireless station host; and The Merchant Navy Program, a show for sailors by Malcolm Billings.

From the end of the 90s, the channel has focused more on newscasts, with newscasts being added every half hours after the Iraq war broke out. In addition, the channel releases a Global Newspodcast twice a daily (once a weekend) of about 30 mins. It is similar to an issue of The Newsroom, but without the five min. read of the newscasts.

BBC World Service is an English language service employing a staff of seven news-readers. BBC World Service website contains a list of more than 80 VHF channels in Africa broadcasting BBC music. BBC World Service is broadcasting a few short wave flights from Ascension Island, South Africa, Great Britain, Madagascar and the UAE to Africa in the mornings and evenings.

The programmes come from the UK, Cyprus, the large BBC Atlantic Relay Station on Ascension Island and the smaller Lesotho Relay Station and the Indian Ocean Relay Station in the Seychelles. Much of the UK programme is run by programmes from and for Africa, e.g. Fokus on Africa and Africa, Have Your Say.

The BBC World is available as a Sirius XM US subscriptions to the Sirius XM Global Broadcast Services. Over 300 U.S. government broadcasters broadcast world services television programmes - mostly over night and in the early hours of the day - on AM and FM radios broadcast by American Media (APM)[55]. BBC and PRI are producing The World together with WGBH Radio Boston, and the BBC was previously on The Takeaway, a WNYC New York City-broadcaster.

The BBC World Service also broadcasts as part of CBC Radio One's CBC Radio Overnight programme in Canada. World service has been strongest in Asia, the Middle East, the Middle East and South Asia for several years. Together, these institutions have given the BBC World Service an easy to access message in areas where short wave hearing has long been a favourite.

Anglo-Saxon short wave radio stations 6. 195 (41m band), 9. 74 (31m band), 15.31/15. The longstanding short-wave spectrum was switched from 9.740 megahertz to 9.900 megahertz on March 25, 2018. Most of the audience is in Hindi, Urdu, Nepali, Bengali, Sinhala, Tamil and other important South Asian language, where BBC stations are known.

In fact, the Farsi ministry is Afghanistan's nationwide channel, along with its Irans. Global services are available up to eighteen lessons a day, in English in most parts of Asia and in Arabic for the Middle East. The BBC World English language services in Singapore are basically handled as a local channel that is available 24/7 through a long standing alliance with MediaCorp Radio.

Radio Television Hong Kong has been broadcasting the BBC World Service around the clock for many years, but from 4 September 2017 only at the time. On the Philippines, DZRJ 810 AM is broadcasting the BBC World Service in English from 12:00-05:00PHT ("GMT+8"). BBC World Service is presented in Berlin at the 94.

The BBC World Service canal is available on DAB+ in Brussels and Flanders, Amsterdam, The Hague, Utrecht and Rotterdam. World Service used a middle wavelength station at Orfordness to transmit the British voice to Europe, for example on the 648 kHz radio spectrum (which could be hear during the days in parts of south-east England and after nightfall in the UK).

Broadcasts on this spectrum were halted on 27 March 2011 as a result of fiscal restraints placed on the BBC World Service as part of the 2010 BBC World Service Household Reviews. 70 ] A second station (1296 kHz), which has been broadcasting in various Middle Eastern tongues, but even this station was cancelled and began broadcasting regularly in 2005 via the Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) system.

BBC World Service still operates from BBC Radio 4 LW & MW stations from 01:00 to 05:20 UK Time and is available in stereos from 01:00 to 05:20 on BBC Radio 4 FM & DAB. The BBC World Service can also be listened to on BBC Radio Wales from 01:00 to 05:30 on MW and FM stereos.

The BBC bought and built large middle-signal and FM grids in the former Sovjet block in the 1990', particularly in the Czech Republic (BBC Czech Section), the Slovak Republic (BBC Slovak Section), Poland (BBC Polish Section) (where it was a nationwide network) and Russia (BBC Russian Service). The BBC World Service discontinued analog HF transmission to Europe on Monday, February 18, 2008.

More and more listeners around the globe are opting to hear on a number of other media such as FM, satellites and the Internet, while hearing less on high-frequency. "It is sometimes possible to receive the BBC Worldwide Service in Europe on SW frequency targeting North Africa.

BBC's high-power 198Hz LW, which transmits BBC Radio 4 to the UK during the afternoon (and world service at night), can also be hear in parts of Europe close by, such as the Republic of Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium and parts of France, Germany and Scandinavia.

BBC broadcasts in Malta include Radju Malta and Magic 91. They will be broadcasted at various locations throughout the course of the morning and will complement information programmes in Maltese from the PBS newsroom. World Service is available as part of the Digital Air season ticket (available from Foxtel and Austar) in Australia.

NewsRadio, SBS and various communities are also broadcasting many programs. Most of these channels go live between the hours of the morning and the middle of the night. You can also get it through the Optus Aurora satelliteservice, which is encoded but available without a subscriber. At Sydney, Australia, a transfer of the ministry can be obtained under the number 152.

It' also available on SBS Radio 4 via the DAB+ network in Australia (except during Eurovision and specialist events). 5, a classic Sydney radio channel, also broadcasts the BBC World Service weekday at 7am and 8am as part of the "Music for a New Day" morning series.

The short-wave relay from Singapore (see Asia, above) continues, but the historical relay via the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and Radio New Zealand International was dismantled in the end of the 90s. The BBC World Service Relais on Radio Australia now carries the BBC Radio newscasts. The Auckland Radio Trust runs a BBC World Service Broadcasting Trust in the Pacific and New Zealand as a non-profit, donor-funded government service.

It transmits at 810 khHz in Auckland, 107. 74 ] The channel also sends locally. Radio Tarana and members of the Association of Community Access Broadcasters run several BBC World Service programs in New Zealand. BBC World Service was available at 1233 frequency in Wellington between 1990-1994 and 1996-1997.

BBC World Service is broadcasted on DAB, Freeview, Virgin Media and Sky platform. They will also be transmitted over night on the BBC Radio 4 after its closure at 0100 UK CET. BBC World Service does not accept funds for shipments to the UK. The south-east of England received the signal at 648 kW center frequency, which was directed to the European continent.

In 2011, the medium-wave transmission was discontinued as a cost-cutting measures. An earlier BBC World Services signing melody and an example of a top-of-the-hour message. NAWS uses different melodies and tones to portray the channel. 75 ][76] This was listened to throughout the entire web with some variation - in the UK the full name of the ministry was pronounced, while only the name of the BBC was used outside the UK.

The BBC World Services also uses multiple intermittent tones in series. It uses a 1926 Bow Bell record, a symbolic of hopes during the Second World War, which in the 70s was only briefly superseded by the melody of the children's song Oranges and Lemons.

It is GMT independent, regardless of season and timezone, and is advertised every full working day as 13h Greenwich MeanT ( "1300 GMT") or Midnight Greenwich MeanT ( "0000 GMT"). BBC World Services has a long tradition of broadcasting Big Ben's glockenspiel in London at the beginning of a new year the BBC World Services previously publishes periodicals and TV guides:

Microsoft Word - The work of the BBC World Service 2008-09 HC 334 FINAL. document (PDF). Accessed February 16, 2011. BBC World Service announced its largest growth since the 1940s", The BBC, ^ "BBC's Combined Christian World Service Discovered at 308 million". Retracted 2016-02-13. Retracted 2015-04-07. "The Guardian, BBC World Service receives £289 million from the government."

BBC World Service (BBCWS), The UK's Voice around the World". The BBC World Service. Accessed January 9, 2011. BBC - Francesca Unsworth, Director, BBC World Service Group and Deputy Director of News and Current Affairs - Inside the BBC. BBC - Mary Hockaday, Controller, World Service English - Inside the BBC". www.bbc.co.uk.

Retracted 2017-07-28. The BBC's role in Europe". The BBC News. Accessed July 16, 2012. The BBC World Services. Accessed July 16, 2012. All the war shows. The BBC World Services. Accessed July 16, 2012. The BBC World Services. Accessed April 25, 2010. BBC East Europe votes hushed up. The BBC News. Accessed July 18, 2012. BBC closes Rumanian service". bbc.co.uk.

Released July 29, 2017. BBC World Service shortens five voice telephony lines. The BBC News. Accessed July 18, 2012. BBC World Service cutbacks for employees. The BBC News. Accessed July 18, 2012. "The BBC World Service wants to eliminate up to 650 jobs." Accessed July 18, 2012. Dowell, Ben (March 20, 2011).

"The BBC World Service signs a finance agreement with the US State Department." BBC World Service and US State Department: new partner, new prejudices? March 23, 2011. Accessed July 18, 2012. BBC World Service signs financing agreement with US State department. Accessed March 20, 2011. BBC World Service and US State Department: new partner, new prejudices?

Accessed November 26, 2013. The BBC World Service Trust's offer for US financing caused US outrage. Accessed March 22, 2011. Accessed July 18, 2012. The BBC World Service. Accessed July 18, 2012. Accessed July 18, 2012. BBC World Service is leaving Bush House. The BBC News. July 12, 2012. Accessed July 18, 2012.

Novelties and meetings. Accessed July 18, 2012. The BBC World Service is" moving home". The BBC Newspaper. July 12, 2012. Accessed July 18, 2012. Higham, Nick (July 12, 2012). "The BBC World Service is leaving Bush House." The BBC Newspaper. Accessed July 18, 2012. Sabbagh, Dan (July 12, 2012). "Bush-hush-house stops BBC programming after 71 years."

Accessed July 18, 2012. BBC Radio Bulletins. BBC Nachrichten in Sprachen". Accessed July 18, 2012. The BBC World Service. Accessed July 18, 2012. The BBC Newspaper. Accessed April 8, 2010. The BBC World Service, p. 9. Accessed July 18, 2012. BBC English learning". Accessed October 3, 2008. 75 years - BBC World Service Multilingual Audiovisual BBC World Service.

Accessed February 16, 2011. BBC WorldServiceEurope. Retracted 2013-04-17. Accessed April 17, 2013. "Unfortunately, the Finnish Ministry was shut down on 31 December 1997. Retracted 2013-04-17. The BBC World Wide Web English. Accessed April 17, 2013. The BBC Newspaper. BBC starts first pure IM messaging for Thailand". Accessed October 13, 2014.

BBC WORLD SERVICE AND XM ANNUNCE PROGRAMMING ALLIANCE" (press release). This is XM satellite radio. July 26, 1999. Accessed October 17, 2007. BBC World Service appoints American Public Media as its new distribution partner in the United States. July 12, 2012. Accessed January 2, 2013. BBC World Service FAQ. Accessed February 16, 2011.

Saving the BBC World Services in North America and the Pacific! - BBC cuts off 1. 2 million listeners on 1 July". Accessed February 16, 2011. FAQ World Services. Accessed February 16, 2011. Accessed February 16, 2011. Clare Harkey (March 13, 2006). "The BBC Thai Broadcasting Ends Service."

The BBC News. Accessed November 8, 2008. Vivien Marsh (March 28, 2011). "The BBC Chinese Service does last show in Mandarin". Accessed October 25, 2011. "We have an opportunity for listeners in the DPRK." Released September 28, 2017. Vivien Marsh (March 28, 2011). "The BBC Chinese Service does last show in Mandarin". Retracted on March 13, 2014.

Ben Dowell (March 20, 2011). "The BBC World Service signs a finance agreement with the US State Department." Retracted on March 13, 2014. Press office - Uzbek voice transmissions disturbed". Accessed March 15, 2014. Proofs in writing from the BBC World Service. Accessed March 15, 2014. "Condemning China's'deliberate' disruption of world service broadcasting media". theguardian.com.

Accessed March 15, 2014. BBC World Service is joining the new DAB+ Denmark office alliance. Accessed October 2, 2017. BBC World Service: Accessed August 11, 2012. BBC launches DRM service in Europe. The BBC World Service. Accessed November 15, 2006. The Auckland Radio Trust. Accessed January 23, 2016. The Auckland Radio Trust. Accessed January 23, 2016.

What is the BBC World Service shelf mark melody? Accessed September 4, 2010. Accessed September 4, 2010. The BBC World Service - French, German, French, Russian/English - broadcasts coverage of 3 London Internationalist Theatre performances in 1981 and 1985:

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