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About the British Broadcasting Corporation Established by a Royal Charter, the British Broadcasting Corporation ("BBC") is the world's leading public service broadcaster.
But the dumb British Broadcasting Corporation has forgotten its Scottish roots so we ex-pats are stuck with the likes of Jools Holland and Co.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has revealed that it is thinking of partnering with private businesses in order to sell music downloads.
Since its beginnings as the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Networking Club in April 1994, the BBC's Web site has grown to over two million pages.
The first days of October, 2003, saw him launching a preemptive strike against the British Broadcasting Corporation for its plans to broadcast a Panorama documentary called "Sex and the Holy City" on October 19, the day of Mother Teresa's beatification, and for its plans to screen a Kenyon Confronts documentary on child abuse in the Catholic Church on October 16, the day on which Pope John Paul II celebrated the 25th anniversary of his election.
On November 8th, for instance, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported that the "rising level of gun crime on Britain's streets is putting increased pressure on hospital staff who have to deal with the victims.
However any government must also consider what to do about the Nationalised Television Service, the British Broadcasting Corporation (which it is nothing of the sort) still in the grip of the broadcasting unions.
The British Broadcasting Corporation confirmed yesterday it is to launch a subscription-free virtual internet service provider under the branding freebeeb.
Thursday, the British Broadcasting Corporation said that it received several letters mailed by Hamilton, apparently on the day before he shot the children.
Called "the face of the British Broadcasting Corporation in the United States" by The New York Times, Ms.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) had announced cuts in its World Service program that will result in a loss of jobs for about 25 percent of its employees and almost 30 million listeners worldwide.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has published an updated version of its Online Guidelines.

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