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July 16, 2015
The facade of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
The facade of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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RTX1KJ4L
July 16, 2015
Barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain,...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
Barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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RTX1KJ4K
July 16, 2015
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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RTX1KJ3U
July 16, 2015
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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RTX1KJ3N
July 16, 2015
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTX1KJ3L
July 16, 2015
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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RTX1KJ3K
July 16, 2015
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTX1KJ3J
July 16, 2015
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
BBC workers place barriers near to the main entrance of the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTX1KJ2M
July 16, 2015
A television news camera points at the main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland...
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
A television news camera points at the main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTX1KJ2F
July 16, 2015
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015....
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTX1KJ20
July 16, 2015
The BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. - Britain's newly-elected...
London, United Kingdom
The BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
The BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. - Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016.REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTX1KJ1Y
July 16, 2015
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015....
London, United Kingdom
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London.
The main entrance to the BBC headquarters and studios in Portland Place, London, Britain, July 16, 2015. - Britain's newly-elected Conservative government suggested the BBC could become smaller and cheaper on Thursday in the opening salvo of a highly-charged battle for the future of the world's biggest public service broadcaster. Media Secretary John Whittingdale told parliament he would review whether the scale and scope of the BBC was still appropriate as part of a major study ahead of its 10-yearly Charter renewal in 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VD4
July 12, 2012
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon takes off his headphones after delivering the final BBC World Service news...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon takes off his headphones after delivering the final BBC World Service news...
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon takes off his headphones after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VCX
July 12, 2012
The empty newsroom is seen after the final news bulletin was delivered at BBC Bush House in central London...
London, United Kingdom
The empty newsroom is seen after the final news bulletin was delivered at BBC Bush House in central London...
The empty newsroom is seen after the final news bulletin was delivered at BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VCN
July 12, 2012
BBC World Service News Editor Andrew Whitehead takes a photograph of the empty newsroom after the final...
London, United Kingdom
BBC World Service News Editor Andrew Whitehead takes a photograph of the empty newsroom after the final...
BBC World Service News Editor Andrew Whitehead takes a photograph of the empty newsroom after the final news bulletin was delivered at BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VCM
July 12, 2012
A section from a world map is seen marked with foreign correspondent's locations, in the newsroom at...
London, United Kingdom
A section from a world map is seen marked with foreign correspondent's locations, in the newsroom at...
A section from a world map is seen marked with foreign correspondent's locations, in the newsroom at BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VCJ
July 12, 2012
Staff applaud after newsreader Iain Purdon delivers the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC...
London, United Kingdom
Staff applaud after newsreader Iain Purdon delivers the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC...
Staff applaud after newsreader Iain Purdon delivers the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VC7
July 12, 2012
Broadcast journalists leave BBC Bush House after their final shift in central London July 12, 2012. At...
London, United Kingdom
Broadcast journalists leave BBC Bush House after their final shift in central London
Broadcast journalists leave BBC Bush House after their final shift in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VC2
July 12, 2012
A broadcast journalist walks past a world map marked with foreign correspondent's locations, in the newsroom...
London, United Kingdom
A broadcast journalist walks past a world map marked with foreign correspondent's locations, in the newsroom...
A broadcast journalist walks past a world map marked with foreign correspondent's locations, in the newsroom at BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34VBQ
July 12, 2012
Photographs of foreign correspondents hang in the stairway at BBC Bush House in central London July 12,...
London, United Kingdom
Photographs of foreign correspondents hang in the stairway at BBC Bush House in central London
Photographs of foreign correspondents hang in the stairway at BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN BBC/
RTR34V8W
July 12, 2012
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
London, United Kingdom
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House is seen in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN BBC/
RTR34V8V
July 12, 2012
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
London, United Kingdom
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
The microphone that newsreader Iain Purdon used to deliver the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House is seen in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V7T
July 12, 2012
BBC broadcast journalists leave BBC Bush House after their last shift in central London July 12, 2012....
London, United Kingdom
BBC broadcast journalists leave BBC Bush House after their last shift in central London
BBC broadcast journalists leave BBC Bush House after their last shift in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V7Q
July 12, 2012
BBC broadcast journalist Bill Ries, who has worked at BBC Bush House for 20 years, answers the phone...
London, United Kingdom
BBC broadcast journalist Ries, who has worked at BBC Bush House for 20 years, answers the phone for the...
BBC broadcast journalist Bill Ries, who has worked at BBC Bush House for 20 years, answers the phone for the last time in the newsroom at Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN BBC/
RTR34V7N
July 12, 2012
BBC broadcast journalist Catherine Davis (R) says "goodbye newsroom" as she leaves the BBC broadcast...
London, United Kingdom
BBC broadcast journalist Davis says "goodbye newsroom" as she leaves the BBC broadcast newsroom for the...
BBC broadcast journalist Catherine Davis (R) says "goodbye newsroom" as she leaves the BBC broadcast newsroom for the last time at Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V7M
July 12, 2012
BBC broadcast journalists Mairin Mulvey (L), Tish Goldin (C), and Catherine Davis leave BBC Bush House...
London, United Kingdom
BBC broadcast journalists Mulvey, Goldin, and Davis leave BBC Bush House after their last shift in central...
BBC broadcast journalists Mairin Mulvey (L), Tish Goldin (C), and Catherine Davis leave BBC Bush House after their last shift in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V6D
July 12, 2012
BBC World Service Director Peter Horrocks walks down a staircase after the final BBC World Service news...
London, United Kingdom
BBC World Service Director Horrocks walks down a staircase after the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
BBC World Service Director Peter Horrocks walks down a staircase after the final BBC World Service news bulletin was delivered from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V6B
July 12, 2012
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon leaves his desk after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Purdon leaves his desk after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from...
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon leaves his desk after delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V6A
July 12, 2012
BBC broadcast journalist Wanda Petrusewicz wipes away tears after watching the final BBC World Service...
London, United Kingdom
BBC broadcast journalist Petrusewicz wipes away tears after watching the final BBC World Service news...
BBC broadcast journalist Wanda Petrusewicz wipes away tears after watching the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V69
July 12, 2012
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon reacts while delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC...
London, United Kingdom
BBC newsreader Purdon reacts while delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush...
BBC newsreader Iain Purdon reacts while delivering the final BBC World Service news bulletin from BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012.At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN-BBC/
RTR34V65
July 12, 2012
BBC broadcast journalists Janet Williams (L) and Catherine Davis linger outside BBC Bush House in central...
London, United Kingdom
BBC journalists Williams and Davis linger outside BBC Bush House in central London
BBC broadcast journalists Janet Williams (L) and Catherine Davis linger outside BBC Bush House in central London July 12, 2012. At noon London time Britain slipped silently into a new era of radio history. At the top of the hour, the BBC World Service - once the voice of the British empire - transmitted its last radio news bulletin from its imposing home, Bush House in central London. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2NYER
June 22, 2011
BBC staff participate in a vigil for Urunboy Usmonov at the BBC World Service Headquarters in London...
London, United Kingdom
BBC staff participate in a vigil for Urunboy Usmonov at the BBC World Service Headquarters in London
BBC staff participate in a vigil for Urunboy Usmonov at the BBC World Service Headquarters in London June 22, 2011. Usmonov, the BBC's correspondent in Tajikistan was detained by security services on June 13 and charged with association of the banned Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2NYE8
June 22, 2011
BBC journalist and former hostage Alan Johnston participates in a vigil for Urunboy Usmonov at the BBC...
London, United Kingdom
BBC journalist and former hostage Alan Johnston participates in a vigil for Urunboy Usmonov at the BBC...
BBC journalist and former hostage Alan Johnston participates in a vigil for Urunboy Usmonov at the BBC World Service Headquarters in London June 22, 2011. Usmonov, the BBC's correspondent in Tajikistan was detained by security services on June 13 and charged with association of the banned Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS)
BBC
RTXNHWE
May 23, 2005
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
London, UK
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job c.....
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service.
BBC
RTXNHWC
May 23, 2005
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
London, UK
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job c.....
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service.
BBC
RTXNHW9
May 23, 2005
A woman holds a child as BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike...
London, UK
A woman holds a child as BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour s.....
A woman holds a child as BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service.
BRITAIN BBC
RTRC63A
May 23, 2005
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
London, UK
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation. BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
BRITAIN BBC
RTRC628
May 23, 2005
A woman holds a child as BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike...
London, UK
A woman holds a child as BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour ......
A woman holds a child as BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation. A woman holds a child as BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
BRITAIN BBC
RTRC61K
May 23, 2005
BBC worker's stand with an inflatable Dalek, a character from the BBC cult science fiction programme...
Cardiff, UK
BBC worker's stand with an inflatable Dalek as they protest on a picket line at BBC Wales in Cardiff....
BBC worker's stand with an inflatable Dalek, a character from the BBC cult science fiction programme Dr Who, as they protest on a picket line at BBC Wales in Cardiff, May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service. REUTERS/Darren Staples DS/RD
BRITAIN BBC
RTRC60X
May 23, 2005
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
London, UK
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation. BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
BRITAIN BBC
RTRC5ZK
May 23, 2005
BBC worker's stand with an inflatable Dalek, a character from the BBC cult science fiction programme...
Cardiff, UK
BBC worker's stand with an inflatable Dalek as they protest on a picket line at BBC Wales in Cardiff....
BBC worker's stand with an inflatable Dalek, a character from the BBC cult science fiction programme Dr Who, as they protest on a picket line at BBC Wales in Cardiff, May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service. REUTERS/Darren Staples DS/RD
BRITAIN BBC
RTRC5YR
May 23, 2005
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
London, UK
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts...
BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation. BBC workers picket outside Television Centre in London during the 24 hour strike over proposed job cuts in the corporation May 23, 2005. Britain revered public broadcaster suffered its most serious strike in over a decade curtailing most of its live radio and TV news programming, including the BBC world service. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
IRAQ RUSSIA IVANOV
RTRJCUR
March 04, 2003
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw waits to meet his Russian
counterpart Igor Ivanov for talks at...
London, UK
BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY STRAW WAVES IN LONDON.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw waits to meet his Russian
counterpart Igor Ivanov for talks at Downing Street in London, March 4,
2003. In a BBC World Service Interview during his visit to London on
Tuesday, Ivanov insisted Moscow would not support any measure
furthering the possibility of war, nor abstain in any future U.N.
(United Nations) Security Council vote on Iraq. REUTERS/Toby Melville

TM/MD/CRB
IRAQ RUSSIA IVANOV
RTRJCU1
March 04, 2003
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (L) meets his Russian
counterpart Igor Ivanov for talks at Downing...
London, UK
BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY STRAW MEETS HIS RUSSIAN COUNTERPART IVANOV IN
LONDON.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (L) meets his Russian
counterpart Igor Ivanov for talks at Downing Street in London, March 4,
2003. In a BBC World Service Interview during his visit to London on
Tuesday, Ivanov insisted Moscow would not support any measure
furthering the possibility of war, nor abstain in any future U.N.
(United Nations) Security Council vote on Iraq. REUTERS/Toby Melville

TM/MD/WS
IRAQ RUSSIA IVANOV
RTRJCTV
March 04, 2003
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (L) meets his Russian
counterpart Igor Ivanov for talks at Downing...
London, UK
BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY STRAW MEETS HIS RUSSIAN COUNTERPART IVANOV IN
LONDON.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (L) meets his Russian
counterpart Igor Ivanov for talks at Downing Street in London, March 4,
2003. In a BBC World Service Interview during his visit to London on
Tuesday, Ivanov insisted Moscow would not support any measure
furthering the possibility of war, nor abstain in any future U.N.
(United Nations) Security Council vote on Iraq. REUTERS/Toby Melville

TM/MD/WS
BRITAIN
RTRBCC1
September 30, 2002
Nina Bawden author and survivor of the Potters Bar Rail Crash speaks to
a news conference in London...
London, UK
NINA BAWDEN A SURVIVOR OF THE POTTERS BAR RAIL CRASH SPEAKS AT A NEWS
CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Nina Bawden author and survivor of the Potters Bar Rail Crash speaks to
a news conference in London on September 30, 2002. Victims of the crash
are threatening legal action against Railtrack, maintenance firm Jarvis
and the Health and Safety Executive, they have also renewed their calls
for a public inquiry into the cause of the accident. Bawden's husband
Austen Kark a former head of the BBC World Service was killed in the
rail accident. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Str

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ECONOMY GEORGE
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January 03, 2002
Bank of England chairman Eddie George arrives at Mansion House, London
for a dinner with the banking...
London, UK
FILE PHOTO OF BANK OF ENGLAND CHAIRMAN EDDIE GEORGE.
Bank of England chairman Eddie George arrives at Mansion House, London
for a dinner with the banking community, June 15, 2000. George said
January 3, 2002 in an interview due to be broadcast on the BBC World
Service that recent U.S. and European economic indicators suggested the
world economy might be around its low point and could begin to pick up
in the second half of 2002. REUTERS/Jonathan Evans

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BRITAIN BLAIR
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December 19, 2001
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair records a radio broadcast with Judy
Swallow from the BBC World Service...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR RECORDS A RADIO BROADCAST WITH JUDY
SWALLOW AT DOWNING STREET IN...
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair records a radio broadcast with Judy
Swallow from the BBC World Service at Downing Street in London December
19, 2001. The broadcast addressed the imminent deployment of an
estimated 1,500 British troops to Afghanistan who will lead the
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), the formation of which
is expected to be formally approved at the United Nations on Thursday.
REUTERS/ Michael Stephens/POOL

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BRITAIN
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November 28, 2001
Bahzad Bolour (R) shows the Duke of Edinburgh how he transmits Afgan
music to Afganistan during his...
London, UK
DUKE OF EDINBURGH SEES HOW MUSIC IS BROADCAST TO AFGHANISTAN ON THE
WORLD SERVICE.
Bahzad Bolour (R) shows the Duke of Edinburgh how he transmits Afgan
music to Afganistan during his evening show during the Duke's tour of
the BBC Radio World Service, November 28, 2001. The Duke took special
interest in the Pashto and Persian services. REUTERS/Gerry PENNY/POOL

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BRITAIN
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October 09, 2001
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) is interviewed by the BBC World
Service's Pashto Service, Afghan...
London, UK
BRITIAN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR IS INTERVIEWED IN THE CABINET ROOMS
AT DOWNING STREET.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) is interviewed by the BBC World
Service's Pashto Service, Afghan reporter Najiba Kasraee (R) and editor
Behrouz Afaghb (2R) for broadcast into Afghanistan and Pakistan at the
Downing Street Cabinet Room in London October 9, 2001. Blair also met
with his top government ministers as he convened his first 'war
cabinet' to discuss the U.S.-led strikes against Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Dan Chung/POOL

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BRITAIN
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October 09, 2001
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by the BBC World
Service, Pashto Service, for broadcast...
London, UK
BRITIAN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR IS INTERVIEWED IN THE CABINET ROOMS
AT DOWNING STREET.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by the BBC World
Service, Pashto Service, for broadcast into Afghanistan and Pakistan at
the Downing Street Cabinet Room in London October 9, 2001. Blair also
met with his top government ministers as he convened his first 'war
cabinet' to discuss the U.S.-led strikes against Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Dan Chung/POOL

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BRITAIN
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October 09, 2001
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by the BBC World
Service Pashto Service's Afgani reporter...
London, UK
BRITIAN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR IS INTERVIEWED IN THE CABINET ROOMS
AT DOWNING STREET.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by the BBC World
Service Pashto Service's Afgani reporter Najiba Kasraee, for broadcast
into Afghanistan and Pakistan at the Downing Street Cabinet Room in
London October 9, 2001. Blair also met with his top government
ministers as he convened his first 'war cabinet' to discuss the
U.S.-led strikes against Afghanistan. REUTERS/Dan Chung/POOL

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BRITAIN
RTRNVVW
October 09, 2001
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by Afghan reporter
Najiba Kasraee of the BBC World...
London, UK
BRITIAN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR IS INTERVIEWED IN THE CABINET ROOMS
AT DOWNING STREET.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by Afghan reporter
Najiba Kasraee of the BBC World Service (not pictured) for broadcast
into Afghanistan and Pakistan at the Downing Street Cabinet Room in
London October 9, 2001. Blair also met with his top government
ministers as he convened his first 'war cabinet' to discuss the
U.S.-led strikes against Afghanistan. REUTERS/Dan Chung/POOL

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BRITAIN
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October 09, 2001
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by Afghan reporter
Najiba Kasraee of the BBC World...
London, UK
BRITIAN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR IS INTERVIEWED IN THE CABINET ROOMS
AT DOWNING STREET.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is interviewed by Afghan reporter
Najiba Kasraee of the BBC World Service for broadcast into Afghanistan
and Pakistan at the Downing Street Cabinet Room in London October 9,
2001. Blair also met with his top government ministers as he convened
his first 'war cabinet' to discuss the U.S.-led strikes against
Afghanistan. REUTERS/Dan Chung/POOL

DC/NMB
BRITAIN
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June 06, 2000
Britain's favourite gardener Alan Titchmarsh poses for photographers after receiving an MBE for services...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S FAVOURITE GARDNER ALAN TITCHMARSH RECEIVES THE MBE FROM THE QUEEN.
Britain's favourite gardener Alan Titchmarsh poses for photographers after receiving an MBE for services to horticulture and broadcasting from Britain's Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in London June 6. His TV programmes Gardeners' World and Ground Force regularly top the BBC's ratings and, at 51, he also finds time for journalism and writing novels.

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BRITAIN ALBANIA
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December 16, 1997
Prime Minister of Albania Fatos Nano takes part in a radio interview December 16 during a tour around...
London
ALBANIAN PM FATOS NANO VISITS THE BBC WORLD SERVICE
Prime Minister of Albania Fatos Nano takes part in a radio interview December 16 during a tour around the headquarters of the BBC World Service at Bush House December 16. Nano, a keen listner to BBC broadcasts, is on a four day visit to Britain.

BRITAIN ALBANIA
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January 27, 1997
Formula One racing commentator Murray Walker sits on a Williams Formula One racing car before the launch...
United Kingdom
MURRAY WALKER LAUNCHES ITV FORMULA ONE COVERAGE
Formula One racing commentator Murray Walker sits on a Williams Formula One racing car before the launch of the ITV television network's coverage of the 1997 FIA Formula One World Championship January 27. ITV Sport takes over coverage of the sport in the United Kingdom after 20 years of coverage by Britain's public service broadcaster, the BBC.

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