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As far as I am aware, the Scots, in common with the English, Welsh and those who live in Northern Ireland, pay a compulsorily Licence Fee to the BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation.
She then became involved in broadcasting and writing, and succeeded in writing quite a few books and doing a number of TV programs with the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Though wolves have a sinister and near-mystical reputation, CLCP worked in conjunction with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) to capture some extraordinary footage of wolves roaming unnoticed through rush-hour traffic on their way back from the local zoo, where they regularly venture for scraps of meat.
Born in Northern Ireland in 1918, Betty Doonan became a leading aircraft electrician for the Royal Air Force during World War II and "eventually bluffed her way into the editorial news department of the British Broadcasting Corporation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.