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On the first night the WNO Orchestra & BBC NOW join forces for a double bill at BBC Hoddinott Hall in a concert featuring Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier Suite with WNO Orchestra and its Music Director Toma Hanus and Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade performed by BBC NOW under the baton of Principal Conductor Thomas Sondergard.
The launch is part of the BBC World Service's expansion -- its biggest since the 1940s -- that includes the enhancement of the BBC's offer in various regions as well as the addition of 12 new language services in Europe, Asia and Africa.
Since joining BBC Weather Watchers and uploading photographs of the Holme Valley Sandie's photos have been featured on the forecasts on the BBC Six O'Clock News, BBC Countryfile, BBC News 24 and on BBC Breakfast.
For the first time in its history, BBC Radio Cymru will offer a choice of listening with a lively breakfast show on BBC Radio Cymru Mwy.
Greater transparency - all BBC employees who earn more than 150,000 will have their salary details published, and there will be a full, fair and open competition for the post of Chairman of the new BBC Board.
A BBC One that's not popular wouldn't be the BBC that licence payers demand.
New Year's Eve Fireworks (New Year's Eve, BBC One) 11.
Gene Hoffman, chief executive officer and chairman at Vindicia, said: "Vindicia's CashBox solution enables audiences to buy BBC content quickly and easily using cash available in their e-wallet, or via other means, such as PayPal or store-bought gift cards.
But a public value assessment (PVA) found that 80% of the "uniquelyreached" BBC Three audience would "simply be lost".
A survey carried out for the Annual Report found 48% of the public supported funding the BBC through the licence fee, compared with 29% for advertising and 20% for subscription.
But James Purnell, director of strategy and digital at the BBC, revealed the total was being increased to 300 by creating a "HR Service Centre" in the city.
Crowds in Liverpool will be treated to BBC North and BBC Radio 6 Music's mighty Craig Charles' Funk And Soul Show broadcasting live from the waterfront for Music Day as part of the International Mersey River Festival.