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BBC Radio Debate: Should British Police display support for UK Military Charities? BBC Radio Ulster 22nd June 2015 Guests: Doug Beattie, ret. Cpt. Royal Irish Regiment Abdullah al Andalusi, speaker for Muslim Debate Initiative In the UK, Police Officers are permitted to display support to three government approved charities ('Police Memorial Day' badges, 'Royal British Legion Remembrance Day' poppies and 'Help for Heroes' badges and wristbands). The only exception in the UK to this is the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) that does not permit any displays of charity support from its officers.
IRN (Independent Radio News) were preparing to break the news of the death of Diana on most commercial stations throughout the UK. This extract includes the non-broadcast instructions to radio station staff and the news broadcast itself, ending with the national anthem.
#watchnowvideomagazine Radio Lab 97.1 FM is an English community radio station that broadcasts throughout Luton and Bedfordshire (England) from the University of Bedfordshire's Luton campus centre. The shows are broadcast by both students and members of the local community. Video Production: Tasos Giapoutsis, Aretos Grammatas Websites: http://radiolab.beds.ac.uk http://www.beds.ac.uk
James Whale has returned to the airwaves every Monday to Thursday at 7pm on talkRADIO. Listen on digital radio, through the website http://talkradio.co.uk/ or use the mobile app download links: Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.talkradio.android iOS https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/talkradio/id1090920163?mt=8&uo=4&at=11lo6V tunein: http://tunein.com/radio/talkRADIO-s265666/ For more Hosts, Callers and Miscellaneous Playlists Click On The Links Listed Below: -------------------- HOSTS -------------------- **NEW** Galloway's TMOATS - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFJjRnv583rmT88Zw06aw8ImJgGacJ_nY George Galloway 1 - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFJjRnv583rlIO5d1spR8CcQC891lhpaY George Galloway 2 - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFJjRnv583rkA...
UK Surveillance Operation Caught on a Yaesu FT-7900R Dual Band Radio (May 2014). Surveillance teams following a subject using VHF radios on 173.0625 NFM. Filmed in Central UK. More info about Radio Scanning in The UK at: http://ukradioscanning.com/
After trying to get BTS on UK radio for what seemed like an eternity TheHits was the first ever UK radio station who listened to Army and gave DNA airtime in this country. It was a real turning point as no other kpop songs have been given radio play apart from PSY. The host has played them several times over the week since HER was released and she promised to play another track next week! This is very exciting for UK army as our efforts are finally starting to pay off!
Geoff Morris on a UK radio station
90 minutes of the BBC Radio 5 Live/BBC T.V broadcast of live audience debate on U.K unemployment, broadcasted on 15 Feb 2012 from Salford, Manchester. Various opinions and suggestions by the audience are put to politicians present at the debate.
We are an internet radio station in the UK visit us at www.radio25live.co.uk
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Includes some footage of 88.2 Rude Fm
http://www.youtube.com/NSOTD http://www.twitter.com/NSOTD The BBC Radio 4 UK Theme is an arrangement of traditional British airs composed by Fritz Spiegl (and possibly Manfred Arlan) which was played every morning on BBC Radio 4 between 1978 and 2006. In 2006, an announcement that the broadcast was to be cancelled caused much controversy in the United Kingdom, including extensive discussion in the British media and even in Parliament. The last broadcast of the UK Theme was at 5:30am on 23 April 2006.
A quick look at the breakers channel 19 on UK CB FM 27/81