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The BBC is the largest broadcasting organisation in the world. Its mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain. BBC World Service broadcasts to the world on radio, on TV and online, providing news and information in 32 languages.
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Discover gardening inspiration and advice from your favourite gardening experts with the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine team. Join Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Adam Frost, Frances Tophill, Arit Anderson and others to garden for wildlife and wellness, sow and grow flourishing flowers, immerse in the benefits of nature, get the most from your vegetable plot, successfully use colour in the garden, enjoy the beauty of house plants and much, much more. With Sowalongs and Tea Break Tutorials too, we ...
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BBC Hindi is part of BBC World Service, best known independent international broadcaster, which reaches to more than 20 million people via Digital, TV, Radio and Social Media. It provides multimedia news content to its audience. Website: www.bbchindi.com (http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi) Facebook: BBC Hindi (https://www.facebook.com/bbchindi) Twitter: @BBCHindi (http://www.twitter.com/BBCHindi)
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BBC Writers seeks out fresh voices, championing writer talent from across the UK and Republic of Ireland. We support, develop and challenge writers throughout their careers, across the BBC.
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We hope and pray that the sermons of Bethel Baptist Church, given by Dr. Marcus Bridges, help meet you right where you are in your relationship with Jesus. Whether you have known Jesus for years, are trying to find out more about who He is, or are just catching up on a sermon you missed, this is the place for you!
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Hundreds of thousands of men are currently fighting for Ukraine, and the army needs yet more soldiers. We speak to three BBC Ukrainian colleagues about the way this is changing the country, and how it's viewed by Ukrainians. Daria Taradai and Ilona Hromliuk join us from Kyiv, and Anastasiya Zanuda joins us from Warsaw. (Photo: Faranak Amidi. Credit…
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US President Joe Biden has attempted to put his re-election campaign back on track with a strong speech before a friendly audience at a rally in Detroit.The Democrat has faced intense scrutiny after a series of high-profile gaffes in recent weeks.But in a fiery rally, the 81-year-old told supporters that he can beat former President Donald Trump in…
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Find out how Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice encouraged Gardeners' World Magazine's Kiya Ferraro to sow Forget-me-nots as she encourages everyone to sow these flowers for a 'pretty ish kind of little wilderness.' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesKirjoittanut Immediate Media
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Lucy Porter, Ria Lina, Simon Evans, and Hugo Rifkind join Andy Zaltzman to quiz the news in this post-General Election special. It's official: Sir Keir Starmer will be the next Prime Minister of the UK. Join The News Quiz for this post-vote episode recorded on the Friday morning after the vote has come in. Covering the exit polls, results, the winn…
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This week on the BBC Introducing in Oxfordshire & Berkshire podcast, Dave introduces you to melodic indie band Emerson, as we play their tunes for the first time! Plus, Alex previews Readipop festival with Marble Sun, Martha and the Fairy and Leopard Boy. And, Hannah catches up with Lake Acacia to hear about their new single 'We Don't Want You Now'…
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Elon Musk’s implanted brain chip, Neuralink, is coming to the UK for clinical trials. Is controlling computers with our minds a future reality or is it all hype? Neuroscientists Dean Burnett and Christina Maher weigh in. Zoologist Jules Howard ponders the strange effects drugs in our sewage have on frogs from his garden pond. How do we measure the …
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An hour of fresh new tunes from BBC Music Introducing handpicked by Emily Pilbeam each week in the early hours of Monday morning. Features live tracks from the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury, including Antony Szmierek, Fizz, Hak Baker, Arlo Parks, Mary In The Junkyard, August Charles and Maruja.…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Stephen and Jacqueline. We hear from: · Tracy, who is talking about the Grundys’ finances and has hopes for the downfall of George, · Love Jazzers Singing who calls whilst on a dog walk; · Chloe, a first time callerinerer who is a second generation Dumteedummer; · Globe-Trotting Richard, who is impressed by this …
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A videogame set in a divided America starring a cast of diverse characters was always likely to ruffle feathers. Dustborn is a comic-book inspired videogame that takes place in a dystopian USA run by an authoritarian force known as Justice. Characters are at the heart of the game, and its main cast has drawn a fair amount of attention. But both sta…
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Nineteen days to go before your cross on a ballot paper will help decide who runs the country. You have been telling Money Box what matters to you. This week we'll discuss how much tax you already pay and whether that will change after 4th July. The head of the UK payment regulator has rejected calls to delay a new fraud reimbursement plan which is…
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People in both the UK and France have voted for change in snap elections, sending a signal that they are unhappy with many aspects of their lives. To get a sense of why people voted the way they did, host James Reynolds takes a mini tour of towns and cities across the UK. In Bradford, a city in the north of England, he meets Anna who wanted equal o…
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Thousands of prisoners will be released early from September to ease overcrowding in English and Welsh prisons. The plans were announced by Justice Secretary Shabana Mahmood, who blamed the previous Conservative government for the situation, calling it a "disgraceful dereliction of duty". We spoke to one prisoner who has just been released.US Presi…
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A defiant President Biden has hit the campaign trail in the swing state of Michigan as he continues to try to save his bid for re-election and take on Donald Trump in November.It came after another serious blow to his campaign, when he made two more blunders during a press conference at the NATO summit in Washington. Pressure has been building for …
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Presenter Rahul Tandon discusses the ongoing debate about the future of Joe Biden. One of Donald Trump’s biggest supporters Vivek Ramaswamy assesses the shortcomings of the current President. Saudia Arabia has boosted imports of the dirtiest type of oil after hot weather. We hear why the world’s biggest crude exporter buys fuel oil for power plants…
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Nearly twenty US Congressional Democrats have publicly urged President Joe Biden to step down from the presidential race, amid concerns that his faculties are declining with age. He has vowed to stay on despite making several blunders. Could Vice-President Kamala Harris replace Mr Biden as candidate if he steps down?Also in the programme: UN peace …
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WRITER: Naylah Ahmed DIRECTOR: Rosemary Watts EDITOR: Jeremy HoweBen Archer…. Ben Norris David Archer…. Timothy Bentinck Pip Archer… Daisy Badger Lilian Bellamy…. Sunny Ormonde Chris Carter…. Wilf Scolding Neil Carter…. Brian Hewlett Justin Elliot…. Simon Williams Emma Grundy…. Emerald O’Hanrahan George Grundy…. Angus Stobie Joy Horville…. Jackie L…
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Lucy Porter, Ria Lina, Simon Evans, and Hugo Rifkind join Andy Zaltzman to quiz the news in this post-General Election special.It's official: Sir Keir Starmer will be the next Prime Minister of the UK. Join The News Quiz for this post-vote episode recorded on the Friday morning after the vote has come in. Covering the exit polls, results, the winne…
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Lucy Porter, Ria Lina, Simon Evans, and Hugo Rifkind join Andy Zaltzman to quiz the news in this post-General Election special.It's official: Sir Keir Starmer will be the next Prime Minister of the UK. Join The News Quiz for this post-vote episode recorded on the Friday morning after the vote has come in. Covering the exit polls, results, the winne…
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Apple's high price, high spec Vision Pro headset went on sale in February in the United States.After years of rumours during development, the company revealed the device in June 2023.It is the first major new product to be released by the firm since the Apple Watch launched in 2015.The BBC's technology editor Zoe Kleinman was one of the first peopl…
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Pressure appears to be building on Joe Biden to step aside in November’s electoral contest with his Republican rival Donald Trump.We look at the role that donors have been playing in this election, and what it means if they stop funding the president.Also, it's the biggest wedding in India - we take you to Mumbai where Asia's richest man is splurgi…
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Nigerian authorities guilty of violating protesters rights during mass demonstrations against police brutality, known as #EndSars, in 2020. Why hasn't police behaviour changed?Can Africa's booming population be harnessed?And can anyone stand in the way of another presidential term for Rwanda's Paul Kagame?Presenter: Audrey Brown Producers: Charles …
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Joe Biden has promised to stay on as Democratic presidential candidate despite making several faux pas at the recent NATO summit, including introducing President Zelensky as Putin. Also on the programme: the president of Colombia has called on the UN to make cocaine legal. He believes it will help bring peace to his country, which has battled an ar…
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There's more concern in the US, but mirth in Moscow. Also: the head of Japan's navy resigns over a series of scandals including the mishandling of classified documents by staff, and scientists return to the wreck of the Titanic for the first time since the Titan submersible disaster - but this time it will be robots making the dive.…
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Three women who were the victims of a racial attack have had the charges of assault made against them by their assailant discontinued by the CPS. Selma Taha, the executive director for advocacy group Southall Black Sisters, and Danae Thomas, two of the women, join Anita Rani to talk about what impact the charges being dropped has had, and how they’…
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A team of imaging experts, scientists and historians will set sail for the Titanic on Friday to gather the most detailed photographic record ever made of the wreck.The BBC has had exclusive access to expedition members here in the US city of Providence, Rhode Island, as they make preparations to leave port.They'll be using state of the art technolo…
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US President Joe Biden insists he will not end his re-election bid because he believes he is best placed to beat Donald Trump in November.But at a high-stakes press conference at the Nato summit in Washington he told reporters his vice-president, Kamala Harris, was qualified to take over the top job if necessary. US President Joe Biden mistakenly r…
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The BBC's Rahila Bano, explains why her family decided to break with the Muslim tradition of a congregational prayer reading for her mother after she passed away. Instead she decided to concentrate on one of the five pillars of Islam - to give alms or charity and on her mother's wishes to focus on those who are poor and in need. Rahila spoke to her…
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The US president, Joe Biden, who is under intense scrutiny amid concerns over his age, held a high-stakes news conference in Washington. Also: the Israeli defence minister has called for a state inquiry into what led to the Hamas attacks of October the seventh last year, and are you an early bird or a night owl?…
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On this week’s AI Decoded, technology presenter Priya Lakhani explored the integration of AI and data analytics into sports, particularly at Wimbledon, to enhance the fan experience and protect players from online abuse. The All-England Lawn Tennis Club is using artificial intelligence (AI) for the first time to protect players at Wimbledon from on…
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At a NATO summit, held in Washington, marking 75 years of the alliance, the focus is firmly on the health of the host - the US president Joe Biden. He's expected to speak at a press conference which is being described as a 'make or break' moment. Despite his insistence that his disastrous performance in that television debate with Donald Trump will…
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Nato members have pledged their support for an "irreversible path" to future membership for Ukraine, as well as more aid. In response, former Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev said he hoped this would end "either with the disappearance of Ukraine, or NATO -- or better still, both”. A US State Department director tells Newshour that Russia is tryin…
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The 2024 north Atlantic hurricane season has started with a bang, with Hurricane Beryl traversing the whole ocean, and leaving a trail of destruction across the Caribbean, into Mexico and Texas. Presenter Roland Pease speaks to climate expert Michael Mann of Pennsylvania University about this hurricane season and the role of climate change.And Rola…
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Palestinians living abroad have accused Microsoft of closing their email accounts without warning - cutting them off from crucial online services.They say it has left them unable to access bank accounts and job offers - and stopped them using Skype, which Microsoft owns, to contact relatives in war-torn Gaza.Microsoft says they violated its terms o…
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Will he stand in November, or won't he? US president Joe Biden under even greater pressure to step back amid fears about his mental and physical fitness. We hear from Morris Pearl, Chairman of the Patriotic Millionaires group. Also, we hear from the trade union movement in South Korea on the indefinite strike hitting Samsung. And with two major foo…
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More than half the population in Sudan - nearly 26 million people - face acute hunger as the ongoing war hinders agricultural production. The UN agency for Food and Agriculture (FAO) says it is trying to provide seed to farmers to help grow food.Who are Nigeria's ghost workers who are costing the economy millions of dollars? And will a new governme…
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China has fiercely rejected accusations from Nato - whose leaders are meeting in Washington - that it's helping maintain Russia's war in Ukraine. The military alliance said Beijing had become Russia's "decisive enabler", with its "large-scale support for Russia’s defence industrial base". Beijing urged nations to reflect on the "root causes" of the…
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China has fiercely rejected accusations from Nato - whose leaders are meeting in Washington - that it's helping maintain Russia's war in Ukraine.Beijing has described Nato's behaviour as "unreasonable", and urged nations to reflect on the "root causes" of the war.The Nato gathering has mostly focused on support for Ukraine - but China's role has al…
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