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Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh visit BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh paid a visit to BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow today, to talk to experts about antiques from the Queen’s royal residence in Northern Ireland, Hillsborough Castle.
Last year saw the 50th anniversary of the iconic New York Review of Books. To mark this milestone, editor Robert Silvers and publisher Rea Hederman approached Martin Scorsese with the idea of making a film.
The BBC has today announced that BBC Three Counties Radio will move to Dunstable in early 2015.
Glasgow Girls is specially commissioned musical drama for BBC Three and BBC Scotland that tells the inspirational true story of a group of schoolgirls whose petition to save their friend from deportation inspired a movement, which would eventually help change immigration practices in Scotland.
Speech given by James Harding, BBC Director of News and Current Affairs, at the Revival of Local Journalism Conference in Salford on 25 June 2014.
On 28 June 1914, a shot rang across the streets of Sarajevo and Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was murdered by a Serbian gunman. That single shot sent shock waves across the world as momentum for retribution gathered and Europe inched towards a war that would leave millions dead and reverberations still felt across the globe today.
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