BBC สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม
ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
BBC

BBC

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายวัน+
 
The BBC is the largest broadcasting organisation in the world. Its mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain. BBC World Service broadcasts to the world on radio, on TV and online, providing news and information in 32 languages.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Podcast

Immediate Media

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายสัปดาห์+
 
Discover gardening inspiration and advice from your favourite gardening experts with the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine team. Join Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Adam Frost, Frances Tophill, Arit Anderson and others to garden for wildlife and wellness, sow and grow flourishing flowers, immerse in the benefits of nature, get the most from your vegetable plot, successfully use colour in the garden, enjoy the beauty of house plants and much, much more. With Sowalongs and Tea Break Tutorials too, we ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
BBC Mundo

Aftersight

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายสัปดาห์
 
BBC Mundo podcast. Aftersight is a media organization that serves individuals with barriers to print. This podcast is produced by Aftersight under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to individuals with barriers to print are exempt. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligible print-reading impairment. AINC es uno de los más importantes recursos ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The BBC Academy Podcast

BBC Radio

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
Essential listening for the broadcast production, journalism and technology communities. Your guide to everything from editorial and craft skills to taking your next step in the industry. Practical advice on all aspects of TV, radio, journalism.
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
野球マンガ評論家のツクイヨシヒサが、ゲストやアシスタントとお送りするBBC(ベースボール・コミック)放談。毎回1つの作品を取りあげ、愛深きゆえの視点と切り口でお届けします。/最新15件より前の配信はこちらから!すべてお聴きいただけます。→ http://bbc-lab.seesaa.net/
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
BBC Hindi

BBC Hindi

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
BBC Hindi is part of BBC World Service, best known independent international broadcaster, which reaches to more than 20 million people via Digital, TV, Radio and Social Media. It provides multimedia news content to its audience. Website: www.bbchindi.com (http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi) Facebook: BBC Hindi (https://www.facebook.com/bbchindi) Twitter: @BBCHindi (http://www.twitter.com/BBCHindi)
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
BBC Writers

BBC Radio

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
BBC Writers seeks out fresh voices, championing writer talent from across the UK and Republic of Ireland. We support, develop and challenge writers throughout their careers, across the BBC.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
BBC Africa

BBC Africa

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
This page is no longer being updated with new audio. You can listen to Focus on Africa on http://bbc.in/1NSiqIj We are also on Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/bbcafrica) and on Google+ (http://goo.gl/N8JsS)
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
BBCva Chesapeake Sermons

Dr. Marcus Bridges

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายวัน+
 
We hope and pray that the sermons of Bethel Baptist Church, given by Dr. Marcus Bridges, help meet you right where you are in your relationship with Jesus. Whether you have known Jesus for years, are trying to find out more about who He is, or are just catching up on a sermon you missed, this is the place for you!
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
BBC Ouch! disability

BBC Ouch! disability

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
This account is no longer being updated. Visit us at https://bbc.co.uk/ouch Audio highlights and extras from the disability blog and internet radio show. Ouch! is regularly updated with interviews, analysis and personal insights.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Massimo Bottura’s Osteria Francescana has twice been named the world’s best restaurant. Situated in Bottura’s hometown of Modena, a place renowned for racing cars and balsamic vinegar, the triple Michelin-starred establishment blends traditional Italian cooking with a truly avant-garde sense of design and creativity. Bottura is the leader of the cu…
  continue reading
 
An hour of fresh new tunes from BBC Music Introducing handpicked by Emily Pilbeam each week in the early hours of Monday morning. Features She’s In Parties, Adult DVD, W.H. Lung, British Birds, HATS ™ and more.โดย BBC Radio 6 Music
  continue reading
 
Joe Biden has become the first president in almost 60 years to abandon a campaign for re-election.The president announced the news on social media and stated that he would be supporting the vice-president Kamala Harris in the race to become the Democratic Party’s nominee. Ms Harris said “my intention is to earn and win this nomination”.Mr Biden has…
  continue reading
 
This week’s podcast is presented by Stephen and Jacqueline. We hear from: · Love Jazzer's Singing, who is glad that Alistair and Denise are out in the open; · Nicola, a first time caller-innerer, who has firm views on John. And on biscuits; · Laura from Bedfordshire, who feels we are missing out on important conversations; · Glyn, who thinks we may…
  continue reading
 
Coriander is a fabulous herb to grow this time of year. With delicious leaves to eat, as well as the dried seeds after flowering, coriander has many health benefits too. Discover how to grow this versatile plant with BBC Gardeners' World Magazine's Adam Duxbury. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
  continue reading
 
This week on the BBC Introducing in Oxfordshire & Berkshire podcast, Dave catches up with electro-pop artist Julia-Sophie to hear about her new solo album 'Forgive Too Slow'. Plus, Alex has all the action from Readipop fesitval with Adomania and Elucidate. And, Hannah catches up with soul pop singer Emily Fields. Here's this week's tracklist:•The H…
  continue reading
 
Taylor Swift fans danced so hard they made the ground shake at her recent Edinburgh gig so this week we’re meeting Earth Scientists Emma Greenough and James Panton to measure the Cardiff show - and explain some Swiftie Seismology. We’re joined by the BBC’s disinformation and social media correspondent Marianna Spring and Cardiff University's Profes…
  continue reading
 
US President Joe Biden withdraws from the presidential race after weeks of mounting pressure from Democrats. On this special edition of Newhour, we look at President Biden’s legacy, reactions from Democrats and Republicans, and our correspondents in Washington and in Biden’s beach house in Delaware. Picture: US Vice President Kamala Harris and US P…
  continue reading
 
US President Joe Biden has announced that he will end his candidacy for re-election, saying "it is in the best interest of my party and the country."It follows weeks of intense pressure from fellow Democrats after a faltering debate performance against Republican Donald Trump at the end of June.President Biden said in his statement he would address…
  continue reading
 
US President Joe Biden has announced he is withdrawing from the race to be the next president, following mounting pressure from Democrats. Mr Biden has endorsed Kamala Harris, the current vice-president, as the Democratic nominee for the US 2024 presidential race."Today I want to offer my full support and endorsement for Kamala to be the nominee of…
  continue reading
 
US President Joe Biden ends re-election campaign, saying "it is in the best interest of my party and the country.” Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1rbfUogFor more news, analysis and features visit: www.bbc.com/news#US #Election #BBCNewsโดย BBC News
  continue reading
 
Thousands of people in Majorca are protesting against the surge in tourism that is being blamed for plummeting living standards among the local population. Activists say spiralling housing costs on the Spanish Island are being driven by a huge number of properties being bought by foreigners. This year, the anger among many locals is reaching a new …
  continue reading
 
Bangladesh's top court has scrapped most of the quotas on government jobs that had sparked violent clashes across the country that have killed more than 100 people. A third of public sector jobs had been reserved for the relatives of veterans from the country’s war for independence from Pakistan in 1971. But after widespread protests, the court has…
  continue reading
 
The Supreme Court in Bangladesh has scrapped most of the quotas on government jobs, that have triggered widespread anti-government protests. Thousands of students have been agitating since the beginning of the month against the quota system saying it favoured those close to the governing Awami League. Around 150 people have died.Also in the program…
  continue reading
 
Israel has carried out air strikes on the Houthi-controlled Red Sea port of Hodeidah in Yemen, a day after a drone launched by the group hit Tel Aviv. According to Houthi-linked news outlets, three people have died, and more than 80 injured in Saturday’s strikes. On Sunday morning, the Israeli military said it had shot down a missile fired from Yem…
  continue reading
 
Donald Trump has held his first rally since an attempt was made on his life – and the first with his new running mate JD Vance. The Republican presidential nominee told the thousands of attendees in Michigan that he “took a bullet for democracy”, and to huge applause, said he was ready to "take back the White House". An investigation is under way i…
  continue reading
 
The Olympic and Paralympic Games are returning to Paris this summer, with mountain biking to take place at Elancourt Hill - the highest point in the Paris region. But despite mountain biking being a an Olympic sport since 1996, mountain biking hasn't featured in the Paralympics - partially due to lack of suitable bikes. Many traditional handcycles …
  continue reading
 
The US Republican presidential candidate told supporters that he had taken 'a bullet for democracy'. Thousands had waited for hours to attend the rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Also: an American woman is reunited with her family after spending 43 years in jail for a crime she didn't commit, and how France is planning to turn the Paris Olympics in…
  continue reading
 
The destruction of the Roma by the Nazi state and allies and their subsequent post war fate is little understood and still being written. Historian Celia Donert tells the story of this forgotten holocaust and explores its contested memory and legacy.โดย BBC
  continue reading
 
Clashes continue in Dhaka despite a nationwide curfew imposed to curb the student protests. Also in the programme: Israel launches its first direct strikes against the Houthis in Yemen; and we remember the pioneering black American Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.(Photo: Smoke rising as clashes between security forces and protesters continue despi…
  continue reading
 
Around 11% of the Earth's land mass is covered by permafrost. But its delicate balance is being threatened by climate change.Video made in partnership with @bbcideasand @royalsociety.Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/1rbfUogFor more news, analysis and features visit: www.bbc.com/news #Permafrost #BBCIdeas #BBCNews…
  continue reading
 
Authorities in Bangladesh have imposed a nationwide curfew, as protests and rioting have continued. At least 67 people have now died in violence, which was sparked by students calling for the government to axe a rule reserving scores of public jobs for the families of veterans of the country's independence war in 1971. The prime minister's office a…
  continue reading
 
The Portuguese-Canadian singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado has sold more than 40 million records worldwide and won awards including a Grammy. Her upbeat, genre-defying pop music dominated the charts in the 2000s, from her break out hit I’m Like A Bird to her 2006 album Loose and its stand out hit Maneater. After finding that her music had been redisco…
  continue reading
 
US President Joe Biden has said he is “looking forward” to getting back on the campaign trail next week, after testing positive for Covid-19. But, despite his commitment to stick in the race ahead of the US election, more Democrats have called for him to step aside as the party nominee. In recent weeks, Biden has been caught in a whirlwind of polit…
  continue reading
 
There've been sporadic clashes in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, as the military enforces a national curfew to quell anti- government protests. In one neighbourhood, witnesses said riot police used live ammunition against protesters. In all, over a hundred people have died during days of unrest over a quota system for government jobs. In Californi…
  continue reading
 
Ambassador Lim Ki-mo started singing Brazilian songs at public events to raise spirits during the covid pandemic. Videos posted online went viral and he was invited to perform at a famous Samba club in Rio. He tells us it's an expression of his joy and love for Brazil but he never expected to become so popular.Also: With the Paris Olympics and Para…
  continue reading
 
What is it like to cover such a globally significant sporting event such as the Olympic Games? We've invited three of our Fifth Floor colleagues to discuss what the Olympics means to their audiences and to tell us about some of the lesser known stories behind this year's games. Joining us are Celestine Korey from BBC Sports Africa, based in Nairobi…
  continue reading
 
لیبرالیسم را اگر بخواهیم بفهمیم باید به آرای جان لاک فیلسوف سده‌ی هفده انگلیس رجوع کنیم. جان لاک چه گفت و اهمیت او در چیست؟ مهمان‌های برنامه: ایقان شهیدی، پژوهشگر اندیشه سیاسی و عباس ولی، استاد علوم سیاسی.โดย BBC
  continue reading
 
A massive tech failure that caused chaos around the world on Friday is continuing to cause disruption into the weekend. Cyber-security firm CrowdStrike has apologised after an update to its antivirus software - which is designed to protect Microsoft Windows devices from malicious attacks – instead caused a global outage. The outage caused thousands…
  continue reading
 
Tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson, 46, is spending millions trying to turn back time on his body.His extreme and sometimes controversial regime of fitness, tracking and treatments has raised a lot of eyebrows after his story went viral last year.BBC Click’s Lara Lewington has returned a year on to find out about the latest experiments he has been tri…
  continue reading
 
There's less than a fortnight to go before the polls open in the General Election. The deadline's passed to register to vote, but there's still plenty of time to work out where you'll put that cross on the ballot paper. This week Money Box is talking about housing - focusing on your questions and comments.Imagine being told you owe more than £7,000…
  continue reading
 
The former President, with his face bloodied, surrounded by Secret Service agents, the American flag behind him, his fist in the air defiant – how much will that image change the United States? This is the focus of our conversations in this week’s edition of the programme. We bring together witnesses to the shooting in Pennsylvania and hear from pe…
  continue reading
 
Affected healthcare, banking and airline systems are slowly coming back online. The crisis was caused by a faulty software update. Also: the UN's top court rules that Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories is illegal, and a trailblazer for women in Asian martial arts movies, Cheng Pei-pei, has died at the age of 78.…
  continue reading
 
The boss of the cybersecurity company CrowdStrike has said he is “deeply sorry” for the global IT chaos caused by a flawed software update to Microsoft’s Windows operating system which was provided by his company. George Kurtz, the CEO of CrowdStrike, warned that it may take some time for the fix which has been implemented to work and for services …
  continue reading
 
This Friday was one of the least easiest for many people across the globe. A raft of global institutions - including hospitals, major banks, media outlets and airlines - have reported a mass IT outage, affecting their ability to offer services. Delays are still ongoing at many of the major world airports after thousands of flights were cancelled. D…
  continue reading
 
Is it Cherio, Joe? With speculation in the United States that the president could pull out of the presidential campaign as soon as this weekend, we ask a former aide to Kamala Harris, the vice president, about what a ticket led by her could be like.Also on the programme:As the world grapples with the effects of what's been called the worst IT outag…
  continue reading
 
The head of cybersecurity firm, CrowdStrike, has apologised after a faulty software update caused disruption to transport, healthcare and businesses around the world. We ask how global tech infrastructure can make us vulnerable to massive failures.Also in our programme: the International Court of Justice has said Israel's continued presence in the …
  continue reading
 
US journalist Evan Gershkovich has been found guilty of spying by a Russian court and sentenced to 16 years in a high-security prison, after a secretive trial labelled a "sham" by his employer, his family and the White House.The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reporter was arrested by security services in March 2023 while working as a reporter in the cit…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน