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    Have I Got News for You

    Have I Got News for You

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    "Have I Got News For You" is a long-running, satirical panel quiz, poking fun at the news stories of the past week. Each week two guests join team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton, with a guest host presiding over the points.moreless
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    Click

    Click

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    Click is the BBC technology series that brings you the latest and greatest technology news stories throughout the week on BBC One, the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. The show began as Click Online, and was hosted by Stephen Cole for it's 295 shows. In 2005 the show was rebranded with new music, titles, and a simpler name; Click. The show now has a narrower focus, with consumer issues and technologies taking the forefront. Host Spencer Kelly brings you the latest news about consumer technology. Learn about breakthroughs in the world of broadband. See stories about cyber crime, and learn what steps you can take to protect yourself from web crimes like hacking, identity theft, and more. See the latest releases from all of your favorite companies like Apple, Sony, and more. Watch the new Microsoft Kinect and new game releases before they hit the shelves. Even learn about electronics recycling, and the waste disposal efforts to try to clean up our consumer culture. Learn about everything technology related, from new releases to techniques and safety, on BBC's Click.moreless
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    Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

    Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

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    In the year of her 80th birthday, Queen Elizabeth II granted filmmakers an exclusive look inside the modern British monarchy. Join Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the royal family as they travel abroad, work at the palace, and meet people from all walks of life. Take a glimpse behind the velvet curtain and see what life is really like as a member of the family firm.moreless
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    Our World

    Our World

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    Our World is the BBC documentary news series that reports on global issues from across the world. The series travels the globe to expose and examine issues affecting out population and environment. The show tells the often untold stories that don't make the headlines, because of their location, political reasons, or the complexity of the issues. Take a trip to Nigeria, where we learn the story of a young colonial officer who lead young Nigerians to forming their democratic republic, and join him as he returns 50 years later to see one of his old students. Join reporter Daniel Sandford as he travels to Poland and Lithuania to investigate if the allegations that terrorist suspects were tortured at the secret CIA sites. Travel to Senegal to see the story of the Talibes, pupils who attend private Islamic schools, and are forced by their own teachers into a life of begging on the streets. Join the team as they go around the world to unearth these stories and more on BBC's series Our World.moreless
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    Wild Pacific

    Wild Pacific

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    This six-part series tells the story volcanic eruptions that formed the 10,000 Pacific islands, lagoons and reefs –and the creatures that have somehow survived in isolation and under almost unlivable conditions. It has tells the stories of the Pacific voyagers, who have colonized and now call the Pacific islands home.moreless
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    The Morning Show

    The Morning Show

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    BBC (ended 2005)
    British morning news show
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    Newswipe

    Newswipe

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    The aim of Newswipe is to expose the inner workings of news media, just as Screenwipe does to television in general. The series is a comic, thoughtful and scabrous digest of recent news events. Newswipe also looks at the brilliant or preposterous way the news is presented to the public. Experts are also on hand to pick apart certain stories and analyse the news media's obsessions.moreless
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    Question Time

    Question Time

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    A British weekly debate show in which a panel answer topical question submitted by, and in front of, a studio audience. Broadcast from different locations around the UK, the panel usually contains at least 3 current or former politicians, with others selected from the world of industry, media and entertainment. Although, not broadcast live, it is filmed in one take, as if live and then shown 2 hours later in full. David Dimbleby is the current host of the programme; his predecessors are Sir Robin Day and Peter Sissons.moreless
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    Match of the Day

    Match of the Day

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    Match of the Day on BBC1 provides football (soccer) coverage of premiership highlights, live coverage of FA Cup and international matches. Normally hosted by Gary Lineker with Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson they will provide game analysis and comment on the days matches. Very often there will be guest stars who will take a third chair to provide their insights. Match of the Day has had guest stars such as David Beckham and even Tony Blair. It is generally aired on a Saturday night for the premiership highlights and repeated on Sunday Morning. The BBC normally have priority over International games and have the rights to cast them Live. This is the same with FA Cup matches.moreless
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    The Andrew Marr Show

    The Andrew Marr Show

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    The BBC's former political editor, Andrew Marr, hosts this weekly flagship morning talk show, originally known as Sunday AM. In addition to topical political discussions with politicians and commentators, there is usually a cultural segment with guests from the world of theatre or cinema, as well as a musical act to finish.moreless
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    This Week

    This Week

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    A punchy, irreverent and satirical British current affairs show hosted by interviewer and former Sunday Times editor, Andrew Neil. Each week, Andrew is joined on his sofa by former Conservative Minister, Michael Portillo, and a left-leaning guest. At the beginning of each episode, a well-known person presents their Take of the Week on a topic they are concerned about. After a debate on this, it's on to Round Up of the Week with a political journalist or commentator and more debate. Finally, a celebrity is invited to give their opinions on a social/cultural subject in Spotlight.moreless
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    Tabloid Tales

    Tabloid Tales

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    BBC (ended 2004)
    British tabloid news programme
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    Nationwide

    Nationwide

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    BBC (ended 1983)
    British news magazine.
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    Breakfast Time

    Breakfast Time

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    BBC (ended 1989)
    The first British breakfast show. For several years, it was the highest rated morning show in the UK. In later years rating fell until it was axed, with the BBC turning to a more formal news format for its breakfast show.moreless