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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.
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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 onBBC 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. This version is a re-recording by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Fri 6 Sep 2012 @ 18:00 -- 20:00 CET BBC Radio ONE United Kingdom Show: Dan and Phil / Music, Talk, Comedy It doesn't bear repeating, but BBC Radio ONE, the national broadcaster in the UK, is simply the best radio station in the world. It's a big moment for the IRF to be the only radio festival in the world to welcome this giant, and for the second time at that! And with Dan Howell and Phil Lester BBC Radio One sends us their latest superstars, the currently most creative, most innovative and most hip programme maker duo. At the beginning of this year their show "Dan and Phil" went on air. A totally revolutionary, interactive, multimedia show, which happens simultaneously on the web and on the airwaves. The two young youtube heroes present home-made videos sent in by listeners, interview...
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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/
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.
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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.
Part 1.this video is for people /breakers that think the band is dead and a bit of advice from me as to how i went about getting back on the air ,after years away from the cb radio in the uk
A Nigerian music radio station has launched a sister station in the UK amid a rise in popularity of Afrobeats music abroad...Station owners of The Beat say they want to provide a platform for new African music for a growing audience in Britain. From London, Dan Whitehead reports
The UK finally gets legal AM/FM/SSB on the 27th June 2014. I have no rights to the video or the music its just been used as a bit of fun to highlight the message. Join us on my radio chatbox page ChatBox Radio Pirates http://cbradiopirates.forumotion.co/