英国广播公司(British Broadcasting Corporation),简称BBC,BBC world news是英国的一家政府资助但却独立运作的媒体,长久以来一直被认为是全球最受尊敬的媒体之一。

在相当长的一段时间内BBC一直垄断着英国的电视、电台。在1955年独立电视台和1973年独立电台成立之前,BBC一直是全英国唯一的电视、电台广播公司。

今天BBC除了是一家在全球拥有高知名度的媒体,还提供其他各种服务,包括书籍出版、报刊、英语教学、交响乐团和互联网新闻服务。

BBC News:India hospital builds new unit to operate on '500kg' Egyptian woman2017-01-17
An Indian hospital is building a special facility so that an Egyptian woman, believed to be the world's heaviest at 500kg (1,102lb), can soon undergo weight reduction surgery.
BBC News:France's Marine Le Pen seen in Trump Tower2017-01-17
France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has been seen visiting Trump Tower in New York.
BBC News:What does post-truth mean for a philosopher?2017-01-17
Post-truth has come to describe a type of campaigning that has turned the political world upside down.
BBC News:Pakistan court stays mentally ill man's execution2017-01-17
A court in Pakistan has stayed the execution of a schizophrenic man who was due to be hanged next week, a rights group says.
BBC News:Dangal: How a wrestling drama became Bollywood's highest-grossing film2017-01-17
A biographical sports drama about two female wrestlers led by superstar Aamir Khan has become the unlikely highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time. Sudha G Tilak on what makes Dangal work.
BBC News:Barack Obama legacy: The president and the tale of US jobs2017-01-17
Economists and economics reporters do like their charts and graphs.
BBC News:Locums 'weak link' in doctors' performance checks2017-01-17
There are weaknesses in the way the performance of locum doctors is checked in the UK, a review suggests.
BBC News:Germany's economy accelerates in 20162017-01-17
Germany's economy stepped up its pace of growth in 2016, thanks to higher household and government spending.
BBC News:Rudy Giuliani to lead Trump's cybersecurity team2017-01-17
President-elect Donald Trump has picked former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to form a team of private sector cybersecurity experts.
BBC News:iPhone:a moment in history2017-01-17
Ten years ago I was running from San Francisco’s Moscone Centre to a nearby hotel to edit a piece for the Ten O’Clock News when my phone rang.
BBC News:Syria accuses Israel of bombardment2017-01-17
Syria has accused Israel of bombarding an area west of Damascus, with reports of a military airport being hit.
BBC News:The business of free: How to boost your chance of getting a freebie2017-01-17
As the saying goes, there is no such thing as a free lunch, but it may be easier to get one if you are young, fashionable and live in a capital city.
BBC News:M&S beats Christmas sales forecast in clothing and homeware2017-01-17
Marks and Spencer has reported a rise in Christmas clothing and homeware sales for the first time in two years.
BBC News:Pen power: China closer to ballpoint success2017-01-17
It has sent rockets into space, produced millions of the world's smartphones and built high-speed trains. But until now, one bit of manufacturing had perhaps unexpectedly eluded China: the ballpoint pen.
BBC News:Samsung boss questioned in South Korea corruption probe2017-01-17
Samsung chief Lee Jae-yong has been questioned at the prosecutor's office in Seoul as a suspect in South Korea's biggest political corruption scandal.
BBC News:Pretend you're in The Italian Job or get the bus?2017-01-17
Betty, a resplendent royal blue 1999 Paul Smith Mini Cooper, has just arrived downstairs.
BBC News:Hungarian camerawoman who kicked migrants sentenced2017-01-17
A Hungarian camerawoman who was filmed kicking or tripping up migrants near the Hungary-Serbia border has been sentenced to three years probation for disorderly conduct.
BBC News:Ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele in hiding after Trump dossier2017-01-17
An ex-MI6 officer who is believed to have prepared memos claiming Russia has compromising material on US President-elect Donald Trump is now in hiding, the BBC understands.
BBC News:Diner leaves £1,000 tip on £79 bill2017-01-17
A happy diner at an Indian restaurant in Portadown has surprised staff by leaving a £1,000 tip on a £79 bill.
BBC News:Severe flood warnings: Storm surge preparations made2017-01-17
Preparations are being made ahead of a predicted storm surge in the east of England, as severe flood warnings are put in place by the Environment Agency.
BBC News:Helen Bailey: Author joked 'cesspit good place to hide a body'2017-01-16
Author Helen Bailey joked to her brother a cesspit at her home was a good place to hide a body, a trial has heard.
BBC News:Retail winners and losers this Christmas2017-01-16
Now the leftovers are all curry and the tree is at the tip, it's time to digest the news from the retail sector over just how merry a Christmas it really was.
BBC News:Income inequality among men soars2017-01-16
The number of men in low-paid part-time work has increased fourfold over the past 20 years.
BBC News:MEPs vote on robots' legal status:and if a kill switch is required2017-01-16
MEPs have called for the adoption of comprehensive rules for how humans will interact with artificial intelligence and robots.
BBC News:Fury over India flag doormats for sale on Amazon2017-01-16
India's foreign minister has criticised online retail giant Amazon after its Canadian website was found to be selling doormats featuring the Indian flag.
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