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Jan 8, 2017 6:45pm GMT
quote that's all from sportsday. there'll be more sport on the bbc news channel throughout the evening. next on bbc news, it's click. right, let's get 2017 started in style, shall we? flashing lights. check. modest, understated hotels. check. lots of people queuing for photos of a sign. check. a motorcycle vest with built—in airbag? 0h! check.
Dec 27, 2016 7:30pm GMT
quote hello. this is bbc news. the headlines. tributes begin to pour in for carrie fisher — who played the rebel alliance leader princess leia in the star wars films — who has died aged 60. voters in some parts of england are to be asked to provide proof of id before casting their ballots, as part of efforts to curb electoral fraud. but critics have called the move a ‘sledgehammer to crack a nut‘. the daughter of author richard adams — who wrote watership down — says he has died peacefully at his home. now on bbc news. business live looks back at the big stories this year, and asks what we can expect in the coming 12 months. this is business live from bbc news. yes, as 2016 draws to a close, we are going to look back on a year which featured two events which will shape the global economy for decades to come. welcome to business
Jan 1, 2017 4:30am GMT
quote in major cities around the world. now on bbc news, it's time for click. this week, click technology and thai fighers. hello and welcome. i have sorted a christmas gift for you. thank you very much. inside it is the latest
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quote and beyond and is the washington anger for bbc news and america and i'm sure many of you have seen her on the morning show and meet the press. [applause] >> there'there is so much critim and negativity. >> i was just saying last week. thank you all for coming.
Mar 25, 2017 3:30am GMT
quote to influence events‘. in about ten minutes on bbc news we'll have this week's edition of newswatch but first it's time for click. driving in india is an experience. the roads are crammed and the horn is omnipresent and the rules are... well, they're there
Jan 1, 2017 1:30am GMT
quote to be destroyed. craig anderson, bbc news, inverness. if those pictures of fireworks around the world have not whetted your appetite for trouble, this well. —— this well. now on bbc news, the travel show. it has gone from being one of the poorest countries in the world to relative prosperity today, and has a reputation as a beacon of responsible tourism. the republic of botswana has been on quite a journey in its 50 years of independence. and i am on a personal mission to explore how people here have shared this land with such a diversity of wildlife for millennia. and if tourism can help maintain that delicate balance. the big day, the 50th anniversary, draws ever nearer,
Mar 24, 2017 7:45pm GMT
quote joining us. thank you very much. this is bbc news — the headlines: there are reports that not enough republican members of the house support the new bill that would replace obamacare. the westminster attacker — police make two more arrests as they try to find out if khalid masood was working alone. a £50 billion bill for the uk to leave the eu — the head of the european commission puts a price tag on brexit. now it's time for newswatch, with samira ahmed. under the spotlight this week, coverage of the attack in westminster. hello and welcome. two big issues on the programme this week. bbc news programmes decamp to westminster near the site of wednesday's attack,
Jan 2, 2017 1:30am GMT
quote that's all from me now. stay with bbc world news. and the top story here in the uk: police investigating the death of a 12—year—old girl who was knocked down by a car on new year's eve in oldham have arrested five men. now on bbc news all the latest business news live from singapore. with india still reeling from the government's demonetisation drive, prime minister narendra modi has plans for a new india. and slowing the flow, as cuts take effect in production, we ask if it will take oil prices out of the year—long slump. good morning, and happy new year. welcome to asia business
Dec 26, 2016 6:30pm GMT
quote hello. this is bbc news with lukwesa burak. the headlines. fans travel to george michael's homes in london and oxfordshire to pay their respects as the world remembers him. russia says the bodies of eleven victims of the military plane crash in the black sea have been recovered and flown back to moscow. all 92 passengers and crew on board died when it came down shortly after taking off from sochi. bargain hunters turn out for boxing day sales but it's thought many have stayed home after already splurging on pre—christmas discounts. the former governor of the bank of england, lord king, says britain should be more self—confident about leaving the eu. he's suggested the uk would be better off if it was completely out of the single market. and coming up after the sport, we'll hear from alexander mccall smith — that in meet the author in about fifteen minutes here on bbc news. now on bbc news, let's head to the bbc‘s sport centre
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Jan 2, 2017 12:30am GMT
quote adult recreational use. that is all from me. stay with us here on bbc world news. goodbye. now on bbc news, it is time for reporters. hello, and welcome to this special edition of reporters. in this special edition we look back at some of the best reports from this year from the network of correspondents around the world. coming up: stand off in the skies above the south china sea as we fly over one of the most contested areas in the world, incurring the wrath of the chinese. the captain has said we are a civilian air craft but it made no
Jan 1, 2017 4:30pm GMT
quote hello. this is bbc news. there's been widespread condemnation of the massacre at a nightclub in istanbul in which 39 people were shot dead. police are still searching for the gunman who struck in the early hours of this morning. police in 0ldham are looking for a hit and run driver who killed 12—year—old helina kotlarova and seriously injured her 11—year—old cousin. they were holding their hands together. they were crossing the road, and the car was, like, driving too fast. he just crashed into them. five people have been arrested on suspicion of murdering a man who died at a flat in st leonards—on—sea near hastings in east sussex early this morning. the royal family has attended a church service in sandringham this morning, but the queen wasn't with them because of a heavy cold. now on bbc news, weather world —
Jan 1, 2017 2:30am GMT
quote go on through the rest of the week. the latest headlines from bbc news. at least 35 people have been killed in a gun attack on a crowded nightclub in istanbul. another a0 have been wounded. up to 600 people are thought to have been inside the reina club when the shooting happened. the city's governor has called it a terrorist attack. the united nations security council has unanimously welcomed efforts by russia and turkey to stop fighting in syria and says it supports the start of a political process. peace negotiations are due to begin next month in kazakhstan which have the backing of russia, iran and turkey. now on bbc news, it's time to look forward to 2017 with dateline london. hello, and welcome to dateline london's look
Dec 30, 2016 3:30am GMT
quote covered by the truce. now on bbc news, it's time for business live review 2016. this is business live, from bbc news. as 2016 draws to a close, we are going to look back on a year which featured two events which will shape the global economy for decades to come. welcome to business live‘s review of 2016, with aaron heslehurst and maryam moshiri. yep, this year saw the uk take that momentous decision to leave the european union. we are going to take a look at what lies in store for the next 12 months. and he did it. the billionaire businessman donald trump wins the race for the white house. he has made some bold announcements, but was it all talk and no action? and, of course, it has
Dec 30, 2016 10:30am GMT
quote hello. this is bbc news with gavin esler. russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov has asked to expel us diplomats in response to president obama's decision to expel 35 russian diplomats. a nationwide ceasefire appears to be holding in syria, although some clashes have been reported. islamic state fighters and militants linked to al-qaeda are not part of the deal. 17 people — including the driver — have been taken to hospital, after a coach overturned in thick fog on the mao in oxfordshire. the vehicle came off the slip road near thame in the early hours. the government is considering plans to allow learners to drive on motorways. they'll be given access for lessons under plans to improve road safety. now on bbc news, victoria derbyshire takes a look back at the interviews and films which have featured on her programme in 2016. this programme contains a description of domestic violence that some viewers may find upsetting. hello and welcome to the programme.
Dec 27, 2016 4:30pm GMT
quote hello. this is bbc news. the headlines at ii.31pm: voters in some parts of england are to be asked to provide proof of id before casting their ballots, as part of efforts to curb electoral fraud. ministers have rejected criticism the plan is a "sledgehammer to crack a nut". russian crash investigators examine a flight data recorder recovered from the black sea, to try to discover why a military plane came down on sunday. it's thought all 92 people on board died when the plane crashed shortly after take—off from sochi. as many as four in five young carers are going "under the radar" and receive no support from local authority social services, according to the children's commissioner for england. now on bbc news, last christmas was dominated by storms and floods. a year on, chris jackson reports for inside out on the recovery process for the people of cumbrian and lancashire. last winter flooding devastated
Dec 31, 2016 1:30pm GMT
quote latest weather. hello. this is bbc news. the headlines. the queen's new year's honours list is dominated by britian‘s olympic and paralympic stars, including andy murray, mo farah and lee pearson. i feel more still like andy murray, feels obviously more normal to me, but obviously it's a big honour. happy with that, nice way to finish or start the new year. and from the world of entertainment there are knighthoods for ken dodd, the actor, mark rylance, and the welsh opera singer, bryn terfel. thick fog is causing delays at airports for a second day. heathrow says 45 flights have been cancelled, because planes were in the wrong place following yesterday's disruption. and it's new year down under, sydney welcomes in 2017 in style with a spectacular firework display. now on bbc news, witness. hello, and welcome to witness
Dec 30, 2016 4:30am GMT
quote cold air for the start of the new year. this is bbc news world news. i'm mike embley. our top stories: president 0bama expels 35 russian diplomats, accusing them of interfering in the us elections. moscow says it will retaliate. president—elect trump says it's "time to move on," but he will meet intelligence chiefs for a briefing next week. president putin declares a ceasefire deal in syria, brokered by russia and turkey. it came into effect a few hours ago. road to nowhere — why this street in a french town is causing controversy. hello. president 0bama has imposed sanctions on russian individuals and intelligence agencies,
Dec 28, 2016 2:30am GMT
quote contracts from the government. now on bbc news victoria derbyshire takes a look back at the exclusive interviews and films which have featured on her programme in 2016. hello and welcome to the programme. over the next half an hour we'll bring you some of the exclusive interviews and original stories that we have brought to you over the last year. adam deacon ended up being sectioned after threatening people including his former mentor. he was later
Dec 27, 2016 2:30am GMT
quote 7,000 left in the wild. now on bbc news victoria derbyshire takes a look back at the exclusive interviews and films which have featured on her programme in 2016. hello and welcome to the programme. we will bring you some of the exclusive interviews and original stories we have brought to you over the last year. first, the conversation that left lily allen in tears. she had never visited a refugee camp ref. she met unaccompanied child migrants in calais and it overwhelmed her. apologies to refugees became
Dec 31, 2016 3:30am GMT
quote security council to back the deal and support new peace talks. now on bbc news, it's time for click. this week, a click christmas with digital jumpers, hatched technology and tie fighters. hello, and welcome to the annual clickmas get together. cue christmas cheer. cheering and enough. we have everyone here, jen, steve, nick, laura, mark and kate russell. hello.
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quote the death penalty if convicted. now on bbc news, click. this week internet fridge, finger phone, garden car and privacy pants. right, let's get 2017 started in style, shall we?
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quote >> this is "bbc world news america." funding of this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation. newman's own foundation, giving all profits from newman's own to charity and pursuing the common good. kovler foundation, pursuing solutions for america's neglected needs. and aruba tourism authority. >> planning a vacation escape that is relaxing, inviting, and exciting is a lot easier than you think. you can find it here in aruba. families, couples, and friends can all find their escape on the island with warm, sunny days, cooling trade winds, and the crystal blue caribbean sea. nonstop flights are available from most major airports. more information for your vacation planning is available at aruba.com. >> and now, "bbc world news america." kasia: hello, i'm kasia madera with bbc world news. as the u.s.ies --
Dec 31, 2016 1:00am GMT
quote go to our website. it is bbc.com/news. stay with us here on bbc news because still to come: newly released records reveal how antinuclear protesters gained access toa antinuclear protesters gained access to a royal navy submarine. the new year's honours list has been published and the many sports stars named is andy murray. the wimbledon champion, olympic gold medallist and world number one is nighted for his services to tennis. also receiving a knighthood is the olympic champion mo farah in a list dominated by britain's rio gold medallists. at the end of a glittering year for british sport orforfive at the end of a glittering year for british sport or for five of its greatest stars, the greatest of honours. first, a knighthood for the man who spent 2016 scaling dizzying new heights. wimbledon champion again! a supreme performance. after winning a
Dec 28, 2016 9:30am GMT
quote hello. this is bbc news with me, rebecca jones. the headlines arejust this is bbc news with me, rebecca jones. the headlines are just gone half past nine... 80% of middle—aged people in england are overweight, don't exercise or drink too much, experts have warned. public health england says the medical system is facing a crisis because of unhealthy lifestyle. campaigners for an early brexit write to business leaders across europe to try to build support for a free trade agreement with the eu. nhs hospitals in england have made more than £120 million last year, a new report has found. nhs trusts have defended the charges, saying that the money goes back into patient care or maintaining car parks. russian officials have admitted — for the first time — the existence of a doping operation. the acting director general of russia's anti—doping agency told the new york times there was "institutional conspiracy" but no state involvement. somebody get this big walking carpet
Dec 30, 2016 12:30pm GMT
quote hello. this is bbc news. the headlines at 12.30. president putin says he will not expel anyone in response to president obama's sanctions against moscow, for interfering in the us election process. he was originally asked to expel 35 years to come out from the country. russia's foreign minister, sergei lavrov, has asked a nationwide ceasefire appears to be largely holding in syria, although some clashes have been reported. islamic state fighters and militants linked to al-qaeda are not part of the deal. 17 people — including the driver — have been taken to hospital, after a coach overturned in thick fog on the mao in oxfordshire. the vehicle came off the slip road near thame in the early hours. the government is considering plans to allow learners to drive on motorways. they'll be given access for lessons under plans to improve road safety. now on bbc news — as part of our lookback at big stories of 2016 — catharina moh followed refugee athletes from around the world hoping to compete in the ioc‘s newly created team of refugee 0lympic athletes under the olympic flag.
Mar 10, 2017 8:30pm GMT
quote for running over and killing a young boy and his aunt in south london. hello. this is bbc news. the headlines: a drug addict driving a stolen car being chased by police has been jailed for 12 years for running over and killing a young boy and his aunt in south london. we came here today to see justice done and that there would be remorse and sorrow shown for killing. but he has shown on. schools in england are having to drop gcse and a level courses. headteachers blame a funding crisis. it comes as the education secretary was heckled at a conference over her plans for more grammar schools. the controversial columnist katie hopkins has been ordered to pay £24,000 in damages for libelling the food writer jack monroe on twitter. tributes have been paid to the racing legend john surtees who has died aged 83. commentator murray walker described him as one of the greatest people who's ever lived in the history of motorsport. now on bbc news, a look at the build—up to the 2018 winter paralympics,
Jan 2, 2017 3:30am GMT
quote is feeling "better." now on bbc news, it's time to look forward to 2017 with dateline london. hello, and welcome to dateline london's look ahead to 2017. what a joyful year it's going to be. britain will move calmly towards brexit, the european union will solve all its problems with migration, unemployment and insolvent banks, donald trump will begin a glorious four years as president, the middle east will finally be at peace, and we can all dream. back in the real world, let's hear what our expert panel think.
Jan 2, 2017 2:30am GMT
quote monarch is feeling better. those are the headlines on bbc news. now it's time for hardtalk. welcome to hardtalk with me, zeinab badawi. my guest is comedian and satirist trevor noah, who presents one of the most influential programmes on american tv, the daily show. born a crime to a black mother and white father in apartheid south africa, he has navigated his way through the explosive issue of race and identity. with critics claiming that donald trump's victory has encouraged intolerant rhetoric, does he fear that the space for liberal satire such as his is shrinking? trevor noah, welcome to hardtalk.
Jan 1, 2017 7:00am GMT
quote you're watching breakfast from bbc news. the main stories this morning: here's matt with a look at this morning's weather. hgppy happy new year, once again. the flurries of snow today. it is turning colder. for some, a day of blue skies. for others, a case of grab your wellingtons. not a great start for the start of 2017 weatherwise. some rain is always welcome after a dry month but if you wa nt to welcome after a dry month but if you want to get out and about, the area of rain will edge southwards but it may take all day before it reaches the far south—east corner. the dividing line between the mild and
Jan 1, 2017 8:00am GMT
quote bright. —— dry and bright. we're here on the bbc news channel until 9am this morning, and coming up in the next hour. the latest from istanbul. this joyous news channel. —— good morning. thank you for staying with us. we will be here until 9am and the click team will be looking back on some of the technology innovations of the past year in a few minutes time. it was obliterated by the blitz during the second world war, and a decade ago it was labelled the worst place to live in britain. but today hull becomes the uk city of culture. 0rganisers say the year long programme will change perceptions of it forever —
Jan 1, 2017 3:30am GMT
quote for exposed coasts. welcome to bbc news, broadcasting to viewers in north america and around the globe. i'm gavin grey. our top stories: massacre in turkey — at least 35 people are killed in a gun attack at a packed nightclub in istanbul. a0 others are wounded. the city's governor described it as terrorism, and a brutal and merciless attack on innocent people celebrating new year. in other news — the un security council unanimously votes to support russia and turkey's latest efforts to end violence in syria. london rings in the new year in style with a huge fireworks display on the river thames.
Dec 26, 2016 3:30am GMT
quote as ‘unsung heroes‘. now on bbc news it‘s time for the dateline london review of 2016 with gavin esler. hello and welcome to our year in review edition of dateline london. what a year it has been. brexit, donald trump‘s victory, the rise of populist movements, the migrant crisis, wars across the middle east and the possibility of a new cold war in europe. our top team of year end reviewers are alexander nekrassov, a russian writer and former kremlin adviser, janet daley of the sunday telegraph, mina al—0raibi who is an iraqi journalist. and thomas kielinger of die welt. well, in britain, across europe
Dec 26, 2016 6:45pm GMT
quote more typical. this is bbc news. i'm lukwesa burak. the headlines at 7pm. # i don't want your freedom # i don't want to play around #. tributes to the singer george michael — one of the biggest stars in british music — who has died at the age of 53. i grew up with him, loved him, loved everything. he was so talented and he meant the world to a lot of people. russia recovers of the fragments of a military plane which crashed into the black sea, with 92 people on board. at least for micro people are killed ina manila at least for micro people are killed in a manila as a powerful typhoon crosses the capital of the philippines.
Dec 31, 2016 3:45am GMT
quote dry as well. a very warm welcome to bbc news, broadcasting to our viewers in north america and around the globe — my name's gavin grey. our top stories: brazilian police question the greek ambassador‘s wife on suspicion of involvement in her husband's killing. as russian diplomats prepare to leave the united states, donald trump praises president putin for not expelling us staff staff in retaliation. 2a hours on — syria's ceasefire is generally holding. the un security council will be asked to endorse the agreement and back new peace talks. and recognition for excellence in sport , fashion and public life — we'll have a look at queen elizabeth's new years honours list.
Dec 31, 2016 4:30pm GMT
quote tonight. you can get the latest on our website. this is bbc news. the headlines at 5: new year celebrations are underway around the world — in hong kong a spectacularfirework display. security is stepped up for new year celebrations in major cities around the world and in the uk after the deadly lorry attacks in germany and france. hundreds of ordinary people are recognised in the queen's new year's honours along with many of britian's olympic and paralympic stars — including mo farah, jessica ennis hill and andy murray. i feel still more like andy murray, it feels obviously more normal to me, but it is obviously a big honour and happy with that, nice way to finish or
Jan 1, 2017 12:30am GMT
quote have died in protests. now on bbc news, reporters. welcome to reporters. in this special edition of the programme, we are looking back at some of the best report from our network of correspondents around the world. i am a heroin addict. i have overdosed four times. my sister saved me. america's addiction. the epidemic of heroin and painkillers creating a new generation of users and killing tens of thousands of people. the drug they called the devil has hit hardest in smalltown america, taking hold in areas like this that have already been ravaged
Dec 26, 2016 11:30am GMT
quote week and a bit of fog. this is bbc news. the headlines at midday: tributes to the singer george michael — one of the biggest stars in british music — who has died at the age of 53. his death has shocked fans around the world, as flowers and candles are left outside his home. those who worked with him honour his talent. he always had that incredible pop sensibility and he had the voice that could touch people there are some people who have a voice and you hear it and it seems to cut through your heart and he seemed to have that ability. if religious here for george michael
Dec 27, 2016 11:45pm GMT
quote true, we will turn much colderfor the start of the new year. —— through. hello and welcome to bbc news. our top stories: shinzo abe becomes the first japanese leader to visit pearl harbor, joining president obama in prayers to the servicemen killed there. translation: i offer my sincere and everlasting condolences to the souls of those who lost their lives here. the presence of prime minister abe reminds us of what is possible between nations and people. also coming up, 29 turkish police officers go on trial after the coup to oust benjamin
Dec 30, 2016 11:45pm GMT
quote the front pages are online on the bbc news website. a detailed review of the papers is that seven days a week. each night's edition of the papers is posted shortly after we have finished and it is on iplayer. happy new year. we will be here tomorrow, because we never close. sport coming up next. good evening. lots of sport to get through tonight, but we're starting with another chance to reflect on 2016 sporting glory, in the new year's honours list. the headlines are the knighthoods for britain's top tennis player andy murray, who has had an amazing
Dec 27, 2016 10:30am GMT
quote celsius for most of us. that's your forecast. this is bbc news. i'm richard lister. the headlines at 10.30am: eight out of ten young carers are not receiving the help they need from social services, according to the children's commissioner for england. countering electoral fraud — voters in some parts of england will be asked to show id in pilot schemes. russian crash investigators recover a black box flight recorder from the military aircraft which crashed into the black sea, it is thought all 93 people on board died in the crash. the "prevent" anti—extremism programme is defended by leicestershire‘s chief constable. simon cole describes some of the criticism as "hysterical".
Dec 26, 2016 12:30pm GMT
quote good afternoon and welcome to bbc news. one of the biggest pop stars of the ‘80s and ‘90s, george michael, has died. he was 53, and is believed to have had heart failure. he rose to fame as one half of the group, wham! and went on to have a successful solo career. he sold 100 million albums worldwide and had 11 uk number ones. nick quraishi looks back at his life. his popularity was not limited to his fans. fellow musicians were equally overwhelmed by his talent. here he is rehearsing for the 1992 freddie mercury tribute concert. according to his publicist, he
Dec 26, 2016 11:45pm GMT
quote on bbc news it is time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday, i'm reshmin chowdhury chelsea's winning streak continues. they're seven points clear at the top of the premier league. allardyce makes his point, the former england manager takes charge at crystal palace with a draw against watford. and thistlecrack beats cue card to win the king george at kempton. good evening and welcome to sportsday. chelsea are seven points clear at the top of the premier league after a club record