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BBC News correspondent David Landale took to the streets of the London borough of Richmond, to conduct “Man-on-the-Street” interviews, polling passersby on their thoughts in regards to Heathrow expansions.
I don’t know about you, gentle Anglophenians, but this story has created something of a dilemma, in that I’m too sceptical to accept it wholeheartedly, but too optimistic to dismiss it outright.
A court has banned a French magazine from re-publishing or distributing photographs in France of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless, reports BBC News.
Eighty six words have been added to the Glasgow-based online Collins dictionary including but not limited to blootered (drunken), amazeballs (excitingly cool) and mummy porn (referring to 50 Shades of Grey).
Just about the last place you want to commit a faux pas is at a royal wedding. BBC News has come to the rescue, publishing an etiquette guide. First, you need to get the royal rank straight.
Earlier today, BBC director-general Mark Thompson was a guest on Morning Joe, the MSNBC breakfast gabfest featuring Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, and Willie Geist. Thompson touted the BBC’s international news coverage in a …
Put on your tinhats, folks: the unidentified flying object was seen on BBC Look North‘s webcam:
He joined BBC World News America on Tuesday night to chat about Barack Obama, the comedic gift that is Sarah Palin, and who David Brent from The Office would vote for.
83-year-old author Gore Vidal scolded BBC presenter David Dimbleby and launched into a spectacular tirade against U.S. Republicans during BBC World News America‘s coverage of last night’s election.
As Al Gore joined the other American Nobel Prize laureates in the White House’s Oval Office, he and president George W. Bush met for the first time since Gore conceded the hotly contested 2000 election.