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5 years ago
This Debate is part of a global event hosted by the BBC and 50 other broadcasters around the world. The debate explores the causes of and cures for the enduring problem of severe poverty which still affects many people in the world. It was recorded in front of a live audience in Johannesburg earlier this year. On the panel are Tony Blair, former UK Prime Minister; Oby Ezekwesili from the Open Society Foundation, Africa and a former Nigerian government minister; Moeltesi Mbeki, South African author and Chair of SA Institute of International Affairs; and Vandana Shiva, Indian activist, environmentalist and scientist. Chaired by Zeinab Badawi. BBC Wold News: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-radio-and-tv-20398513 BBC World Radio: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p010n7vq URL: http://youtu.be/KNIEb3injpc
4 years ago
(C) BBC 2014
2 years ago
BBC World News is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The BBC's international 24-hour news channel has undergone several name changes and brand refreshes in that time. Here's some of them. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
3 years ago
In order of appearance: BBC London News - 00:00 Look East (East) - 02:44 Look East (West) - 04:20 South East Today - 06:05 South Today - 09:03 South Today (Oxford) - 10:40 Points West - 12:23 Spotlight - 14:00 Channel Islands - 15:47 Midlands Today - 17:31 East Midlands Today - 20:07 Look North (Yorkshire) - 22:36 Look North (Yorks & Lincs) - 24:55 Look North (NE & Cumbria) - 28:14 North West Tonight - 30:20 Courtesy BBC
5 years ago
Looking at the new BBC World News studio screens they have a slow moving looping animation. I wanted to have a go at re-creating it and this was my first attempt. The colouring is not right, and its about double the speed that it should be. These will be fixed with the next version I will do in the coming days. But please enjoy this nice 4 min loop, along with some wonderful David Lowe BBC News music! UPDATE: You can view my updated version here http://youtu.be/k2odMb94O78
3 years ago
00:15 Opening BBC UK Election 07.05. 01:30 Countdown + Headlines 08.05 with Matthew Amroliwala and David Eades. 03:30 Countdown + Headlines 08.05 with Matthew Amroliwala. 05:39 Countdown + Headlines 08.05 with Matthew Amroliwala and James Menendez.
6 years ago
Powering development in the 21st century was the topic of a debate that aired on BBC World News television channel and also on BBC World Service radio on 16 and 17 July. Filmed during the Vienna Energy Forum at the Hofburg Palace in June 2011, the debate features Srikumar Banerjee, Secretary of Department of Atomic Energy, India; Elizabeth Dipuo Peters, Minister of Energy, South Africa; Peter Droege, President of Eurosolar, Germany; and Kandeh K. Yumkella, Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The debate is moderated by BBC World News presenter Zeinab Badawi. The UN General Assembly named 2012 as the International Year for Sustainable Energy for All. The UN Foundation has launched a website for the Year: www.SEFA2012.org The 2011 Vienna Energy Forum, organized by UNIDO, the Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs, and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), brought together more than 1,200 participants from 125 countries including heads of state, policy-makers, experts, civil society and the private sector. A total of 99 key speakers from 45 different countries facilitated the discussion on how to overcome energy poverty and how to move from declarations of intention to tangible action on the ground. Participants at the Vienna Energy Forum called for bold steps and strategic public-private partnerships to guarantee universal energy access by 2030, including by expanding the use of renewable energy sources. The World Debate is a monthly programme on the BBC World News channel which aims to convene panels that engage in a robust exchange of views.