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:Twitter 'shuts down millions of fake accounts'2018-07-11
Twitter has shut down up to 70 million fake and suspicious accounts since May, according to the Washington Post.
BBC News:Could e-bikes be the future?2018-07-11
I was panting my way up quite a steep climb on my bicycle, when suddenly a rider shot past me on what looked like a shopping bike.
BBC News:Brexit plan: Was it business wot won it:or lost it?2018-07-11
Boris Johnson may not have much time for the concerns of business, but the version of Brexit settled on by the cabinet at Chequers shows that the government was ultimately prepared to sing in harmony with the siren voices of concerned companies like Airbus and Jaguar Land Rover.
BBC News:Nazi-themed goods found on Amazon marketplace2018-07-11
Amazon is helping hate groups profit by letting them sell Nazi-themed goods on its store, a report suggests.
BBC News:Mothercare to close 60 outlets2018-07-11
Struggling mother and baby products retailer Mothercare says it will shut 60 stores by June 2019, instead of the 50 previously earmarked for closure.
BBC News:How tech is revolutionising the mining industry2018-07-11
The use of controlled explosives is vital in mines but can be deadly if they are handled wrongly.
BBC News:Xiaomi's trading debut in Hong Kong disappoints2018-07-11
Shares in Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi suffered a lacklustre first day of trading in Hong Kong, dropping 6% at first before recovering some ground.
BBC News:Ryanair agrees to meet union ahead of strike date2018-07-11
Ryanair has agreed to meet the trade union Fórsa at a neutral venue on Tuesday or Wednesday in an attempt to prevent a planned strike by pilots based in the Republic of Ireland.
BBC News:How WhatsApp has helped heroin become Mozambique’s second biggest export2018-07-11
As many as 40 tonnes of heroin could be passing through Mozambique every year, making it the country's second biggest export, in a trade that is boosted by the use of mobile phone apps, writes Mozambique analyst Joseph Hanlon.
BBC News:Danone investigating Aptamil baby milk formula complaints2018-07-11
French food giant Danone is looking into reports that its Aptamil baby milk formula is making some infants ill.
BBC News:Smart home gadgets in domestic abuse warning2018-07-11
A list offering guidance to those affected by smart home devices being used to control or harass them within abusive relationships has been published online.
BBC News:Uber invests in Lime city scooter hire company2018-07-11
Ride-hailing business Uber has announced a deal with scooter hire company Lime.
BBC News:Woman harassed for 12 years by online date gets damages2018-07-11
A woman who was harassed for 12 years by a man she met through an online dating website is to receive damages.
BBC News:Nissan admits falsifying emissions tests in Japan2018-07-11
Nissan has admitted that it has uncovered falsified data from car exhaust emissions tests at most of its Japanese factories.
BBC News:Where did Snow Patrol go for seven years? Gary Lightbody opens up2018-07-10
Gary Lightbody battled depression and alcoholism as Snow Patrol wrote their seventh album, Wildness. The band's frontman tells the BBC about overcoming his demons, how Nick Cave helped him conquer writer's block, and why he and Ed Sheeran want matching tattoos.
BBC News:Exoskeleton that allows humans to work and play for longer2018-07-10
Would you put on an exoskeleton that meant you could run for an entire day without getting tired?
BBC News:Candlelit vigil on Bute for 'island angel' Alesha2018-07-10
Local people gathered on the Isle of Bute later for a candlelit vigil for Alesha MacPhail.
BBC News:Chris Moore: The man who's photographed 60 years of fashion2018-07-10
Catwalking: Fashion through the Lens of Chris Moore opens at the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, County Durham, on Saturday and runs until 6 January 2019.
BBC News:Government outsourcing approach flawed, say MPs2018-07-10
The government is prioritising cost over quality when outsourcing public sector contracts, leading to worse services, a committee of MPs says.
BBC News:BP says card payment problem resolved2018-07-10
BP fuel stations across the UK are now able to accept card payments after a glitch which lasted over three hours.
BBC News:Call for 'enterprise boot camps' for veterans to boost defence procurement2018-07-10
Dragon's Den-style 'boot camps' for Armed Forces veterans are among ideas being proposed by a think tank to boost innovation in defence procurement.
BBC News:Was the newlywed mechanic who stole a plane shot down?2018-07-10
In 1969, at the height of the Cold War, a homesick, hungover mechanic in the US Air Force stole a plane from his base in East Anglia and set off for Virginia. Nearly two hours later, he disappeared suddenly over the English Channel. Did he simply crash or was he shot down? Emma Jane Kirby has been scouring the archives to find out.
BBC News:Prince Louis's christening to take place in the Chapel Royal2018-07-10
Prince Louis will be christened later in a private ceremony in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace.
BBC News:How the people of Delhi saved 16,000 trees from the axe2018-07-10
A citizen-led movement in India's capital Delhi has successfully halted the cutting of more than 16,000 trees in the city. The BBC's Nikita Mandhani talked to some people actively involved in this movement.
BBC News:Church of England threatens oil firm crackdown2018-07-10
The Church of England will sell its shares in oil and gas firms which fail to do enough to tackle climate change.
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