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Bbc and search terms related to Bbc are searched via blog search 461 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 10 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Bbc, should earn roughly $11 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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How Many Local BBC Radio Stations Are There, And How Are The Regions Divided Up?From Radio Forum:
How many local BBC radio stations are there, and how are the regions divided up? My local BBC radio station is two counties put together, and I wondered if all were two or more counties grouped together, or most were just one? I also wondered how many there are all together in the UK. :) Thanks for your help.
Answer:  East BBC Essex BBC Radio Cambridge shire BBC Radio Norfolk BBC Radio Northampton BBC Radio Suffolk BBC Three Counties Radio  East Midlands BBC Radio Derby BBC Radio Leicester BBC Radio Lincoln shire BBC Radio Nottingham  London BBC London 94.9  North BBC Radio Humberto BBC Radio Leeds BBC Radio Sheffield BBC Radio York  North East & Cumbria BBC Tees BBC Radio Kimbra BBC Radio Newcastle  North West BBC Radio Lancaster BBC Radio Manchester BBC Radio Mersey side  South BBC Radio Berkshire BBC Radio Oxford BBC Radio So lent  South East BBC Radio Kent BBC Surrey BBC Sussex  South West BBC Radio Cornwall BBC Radio Devon BBC Radio Guernsey BBC Radio Jersey  West BBC Radio Bristol BBC Radio Gloucester shire BBC Wilt shire BBC Somerset  West Midlands BBC Hereford & Worcester BBC Radio Shropshire BBC Radio Stoke BBC WM BBC Coventry & Warwick shire BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio nan Gàidheal – Scottish Gaelic language BBC Radio Shetland – Scotland (Shetland) BBC Radio Orkney – Scotland (Orkney) BBC Radio Wales BBC Radio Cymbre – Welsh language BBC Radio Ulster – Northern Ireland BBC Radio Fouler – Northern Ireland (Derry)
How Do Can I Listen To BBC English Radio Service In The Middle East On My Radio?From Media & Journalism Forum:
How do can I listen to BBC English radio service in the middle east on my radio? I know there is BBC Arabic on FM, but what I want is BBC Worldwide service in English. Is there an MW or SW broadcast?
Answer: Try looking at these: http://www.bbc.co.uk/reception/info/pdf/factsheet_radiooverseas.pdf http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/schedules/frequencies/index.shtml Best of luck.
How To Find The Clip Of Camera Inside Vagina From BBC The Human Body Documentary?From Men's Health Forum:
How to find the clip of camera inside vagina from BBC The Human Body documentary? I am looking to find a clip from the series of 'The Human Body' documentary of BBC. In that clip, a camera is pushed inside a vagina in order to show exactly what happens when people have sex, as well as looking at factors like arousal and how it all works. Any direct link for download of this clip? Thanks.
Answer: Suggest you go to BBC website and inquire I believe it was issued as a DVD so is prob still copyright. +
How Does BBC News Start When Talking About Financial Side?From Financial Services Forum:
How does BBC news start when talking about financial side? Hi I'm doing a speech which needs to be like the BBC news. I know I have to introduce myself, but how do I introduce the finance bit like its boring to say 'now looking at the finance side, this business is....'
Answer: depends what your opening story is. If it's about share prices, start with something like "now, for a look at what's been happening on the markets today.." If it's about a specific industry or company, start with something like "now, reports from the finance sector today show that..." If you're wanting a more generic introduction, start with something like "now for news from the business world..." You could always have a look at the BBC site. They have an audio and video section which I've linked to below. You can pick out the business stories to get a feel for what they sound like. Good luck!
Why Is The BBC Available In Languages Such As Kirghiz, But Not In European Languages Such As German?From Other - United Kingdom Forum:
Why is the BBC available in languages such as Kirghiz, but not in European languages such as German? The BBC says that it is available in 27 languages. Some of these are obscure languages. However the BBC is not available in many European languages. Does the BBC assume that everyone in Europe understands English? Even French is targeted towards African nations and not France (or Canada). Does the BBC assume that, besides the UK, no one in Europe accesses the BBC?
Answer: The BBC is funded by UK taxpayers Commonwealth countries also use it, its not a commercial channel why should it be available to people who don't pay.
How Can BBC License Monopoly And Fee Be Ended?From Other - Television Forum:
How can BBC License monopoly and fee be ended? The BBC demands an annual fee of £140 with open menaces if you don't pay it. Their monopoly was set at a time when there was no competition. I for one resent both their arrogance and their left wing PC bias. I want the TV license scrapped and the BBC to compete on the open market like all the rest of the TV company's like Sky,etc. How can this be achieved?
Answer: I have been thinking the same. We keep hearing of free trade and the legality or rather support theta contravenes the law. Here we have a case where a company is protected by law in their demands for payment - however much the which to call it a licence. The fee goes to the BBC - I do not think their is any doubt about that. So if you have a TV and only use it for videos or DVDs you still have to a pay a licence. Many folks would have a TV and just watch their Sky etc that has nowt to do with the BBC and yet, they have paid sky and yet must still pay. How in this day and age a company's revenue can be protected by law I do not know. Even people living in a care home have to by a license - but this is at a reduced rate. Now of course and for many years the BBC has been a fully trading company - selling programmes to other broadcasters and producing books videos and DVDs - all for retail sale. Maybe we should start a - No Licence FEE for the BBC - campaign. A mass not paying would then surely get the legal folks out. Just because it is Law does not make it just - nor unchallengeable. I have only just thought about the BIG brother is watching aspect. If you buy a TV in a retail store like Comet etc they are obliged by law to get your name and address and pass this to the TV License people.
Are The BBC Economical With The Truth When It Comes To Identifying Ethnicity And Ideology Of Murderers?From Media & Journalism Forum:
Are the BBC economical with the truth when it comes to identifying ethnicity and ideology of murderers? And peadofiles? Why are they always so quick to vilify white and indigenous British peeps OD similar crimes? Are the BBC in effect complicit in the rape and murder of countless people due to their aversion to telling the truth? Is the TV licence nothing more than `JIZYA` to the people who control this one honourable British institution that has become the mouthpiece for a different order coming into force across the UK?
Answer: Here's great website for you: http://biased-bbc.com/
What Happens To All The Money The BBC Make From Selling DVDs And Shows Abroad ?From Other - Business & Finance Forum:
What happens to all the money the BBC make from selling DVDs and shows abroad ? What happens to all the money the BBC make from selling DVDs and shows abroad as well as screening their channels around the world ? Is the licence fee really justified any more ?
Answer: it all goes back to reinvestment to fund other BBC projects. more channels BBC HUD and on line etc. but some money will go to the producers and writers and actors of TV projects dependent on contracts. wouldn't be enough to pay for the BBC network itself. they would still need license fee funding.
What Is The Reason That Alex Ferguson Does Not Give Interviews To The Bbc?From Other - Soccer Forum:
What is the reason that Alex Ferguson does not give interviews to the BBC? Have the BBC upset him in some way, I seem to recall something, but not sure what.
Answer: In Nov. of 2000, Sir Alex Ferguson, banned the BBC from post-match interviews after two broadcasters made critical remarks about his team. The breakdown has become increasingly noticeable and provoked complaints from viewers. The Match of the Day producer, Niall Sloane, is to meet United's new chief executive, Peter Kenyon, on Thursday to try to settle the dispute. Sir Alex imposed the ban because of remarks made by the broadcaster Pat Murphy in the Match of the Day magazine and passages in the Radio 5 Live commentator Alan Green's autobiography, which were critical of the team.
How Does The BBC On line Choose What To Report?From Media & Journalism Forum:
How does the BBC on line choose what to report? On this morning’s BBC Today radio programme there was a report from Somalia which was described as the one of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. However on the BBC World website, there is no coverage of this; the troubles in Gaza are the top story. Why is this?
Answer: Read this bog to understand the BBC and it's bias. http://www.biased-bbc.blogspot.com/
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