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BBC

abbr.
British Broadcasting Corporation

BBC

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) British Broadcasting Corporation

BBC

British Broadcasting Corporation.
Translations

BBC

N ABBR =British Broadcasting Corporation the BBCla BBC OPEN UNIVERSITY
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Foxtel is to launch the BBC Earth documentary channel as part of a content refresh for the 24-year relationship between the Australian pay-TV operator and BBC Studios.
Only three other series have run for longer, all on the BBC, Panorama, Sports Personality of the Year and The Sky at Night.
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And it has been such a success it had more than 9.5 million requests to view the series on BBC iPlayer - the highest ever number recorded for any non-network show on the BBC.
BBC iPlayer is an internet streaming service on a catch up platform available on mobile phones, tablets, laptops, computers and smart televisions from the BBC network.
The concert also features Michael Berkeley's Concerto for Orchestra, a three-movement work first performed by BBC NOW at the BBC Proms in 2005, dedicated to the late Richard Hickox (former Principal Conductor for BBC NOW from 2000-2006).
THE BBC has agreed only a one-year deal to show this week's US PGA - and Peter Alliss will be commentating on the events from a studio in Salford.
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.