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In this special edition of Trending on the BBC World Service, Mukul Devichand and his guests will be live in Bangalore – India’s tech capital – with the stories shaping the election race online.
I’m pleased to announce some exciting news from Marketplace. The weekend of Saturday, June 28th, Marketplace is launching a new show called Marketplace Weekend. This new show will replace the current Marketplace Money program. Marketplace Weekend will be a one hour show and Lizzie O’Leary will be the new host.
Due to the Freedom Series coverage, there will be changes to the 0900 ET hour of the BBC Newshour.
Note: 0800 EDT Newshour- no changes to the clock – program will run as usual as per schedule
For the 0900 ET, cutaways will be dropped at:
Cutaways will remain at
If you have any questions, please contact your Station’s Representative as soon as possible.
This year’s Real America series presents three selections that explore America’s gun culture through snapshots of how different communities deal with violence. Real America is a production partnership between APM, BBC and the Association of Independents in Radio. The project offers independent producers the opportunity to showcase important stories to a global audience.
The BBC World Service airs World Book Club with Malorie Blackmanon Sunday, April 6th at 1206 EDT. World Book Club is an unclocked 53 minutes. Stations in automation will need to change their automation. The Arts Hour during the 1200 EDT hour on April 6th will be dropped to accommodate.
We have a special series starting next week. The Secret Life of a Food Stamp will explore the complex partnership between government and many low-wage retailers that keeps the food stamp economy running, and what the rising use of food stamps among working people tells about America’s expanding low-wage economy.
The BBC World Service Summer Schedule goes into effect Sunday, March 30 and runs through October 26th.
The BBC World Service airs RUSSIA, UKRAINE, AND THE WORLD Saturday, March 8 at 1706 ET and repeated Sunday, March 9 at 0606 ET. This program will observe the usual BBC program clock and is available to air within 24 hours of its first transmission. It can be recorded directly from the stream or downloaded from Content Depot. In Content Depot, you’ll find it by going to American Public Media Exchange under BBC Documentaries and Specials. Stations will be alerted via email once the program is loaded.
On this special hour-long episode of Witness from the BBC World Service, listen to incredible interviews looking at women’s history as told by people who were there.
The celebrated ballet star, Carlos Acosta, is preparing to take on one of his most demanding roles to date – to save the crumbling ruins of an abandoned ballet school in Cuba.