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The British Broadcasting Corporation provides news and special reports in a variety of categories, including business history, science and nature, learning and languages, sports, health, weather, lifestyle, teens, music, films, and games.
Citation: British Broadcasting Corporation News, Tuesday, 5 February, 2002, 15:18 GMT.
Also on This Day: 1685: Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes; 1866: Alaska was officially transferred to the USA by Russia; 1922: The British Broadcasting Corporation was officially formed; 1966: Death of cosmetic company founder Elizabeth Arden; 1963: Harold Macmillan resigned as Prime Minister; 1968: American athlete Bob Beamon became the first man to complete a long jump beyond 28ft with a staggering 29ft, 21/1-inch leap at the Mexico Olympics; 1988: Home Secretary Douglas Hurd banned all broadcasts involving terrorist spokesmen; 1989: San Francisco hit by an earthquake that kills more than 250.
Sunday, the British Broadcasting Corporation aired a documentary examining Sharon's role in the 1982 massacre of hundreds of Palestinians by Lebanese militiamen allied with Israel.
According to a report by the British Broadcasting Corporation, there are about 300,000 children throughout the world who are forced to fight in wars (see map, p.
Commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation, a six-part television series was produced out of its six chapters.
The British Broadcasting Corporation, the UK's national television and radio broadcasting service, is considering floating its commercial online division, beeb.
But no journalists seriously questioned that the abortion was still pending until the British Broadcasting Corporation began reporting late Tuesday that it may have already occurred - as long ago as last March.
Who and wrote scripts for the British Broadcasting Corporation from 1978 to 1980.
Paddy Scannell and David Cardiff have produced an impressive study of the British Broadcasting Corporation during the inter-war years.
LONDON -- X, The communication executive Economist magazine featured on its July cover, is the featured speaker at tonight's British Broadcasting Corporation banquet.
Pearson plc remained the leading company in terms of IT spending, followed by British Broadcasting Corporation and British Sky Broadcasting Limited.

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