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Provider support for RBRVS, even though not universal, indicates that it, combined with BBC, will be most likely to succeed (at least in the short-term).
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Jon Penn, Managing Director for BBC Studios added: "We're delighted to be continuing our successful partnership with Foxtel, bringing Australian viewers the BBC channels and programmes they love and giving them the opportunity to consume them in the way they want to.
BBC World News and BBC.com, the BBC's commercially funded international 24-hour English news platforms, are owned and operated by BBC Global News Ltd.
It was a joint production between BBC Wales and S4C, so Eve, who plays the main character Faith Howells, had to learn Welsh specifically for this dual-language eight-part series - called Un Bore Mercher on S4C - and got to shoot her scenes in both languages in various locations around the country.
Michael McIntyre, Michael McIntyre's Big Show (BBC One)
BBC Persian is banned in Iran, but its radio shows and TV channel are still believed popular with Iranians.
The final Major of the year has been shown by Sky since 1992 and the agreement for it to be televised by the BBC was struck only last month.
Sandie, who is a BBC Weather Watcher, was invited to meet up with the BBC Breakfast weather expert as part of a live outside broadcast.
The BBC Trust's former chairman delivered a robust defence of the BBC in which he also criticised Culture Secretary John Whittingdale and sections of the press.