Definitions for BBC
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In a style typically associated with the BBC.
The presenter spoke perfect BBC English.
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Rank popularity for the word 'BBC' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2308
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In the UK we expect to talk to the BBC and other broadcasters as to whether they are interested in taking up some of the rights.
We need distinctive and different voices but they cannot come at any price. Common to all at the BBC have to be standards of decency and respect.
You wouldn't want the BBC to completely crowd out national newspapers, and if you look at the BBC website, it's a good product but it's becoming a bit imperial in its ambitions.
There's no question that the BBC will have less funding after the end of next year. My suspicion is it (the licence fee) will be frozen again, which means in effect a reduction.
I have been in discussions with the BBC regarding my involvement with SPOTY after hearing what I believe to be very outdated and derogatory comments from a fellow SPOTY nominee.
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