BBC World News 25th anniversary – BBC News

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BBC World News is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The BBC’s international 24-hour news channel has undergone several name changes and brand refreshes in that time. Here’s some of them.

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Date: October 16, 2020

36 thoughts on “BBC World News 25th anniversary – BBC News

  1. In my hometown, people who work for the government came from another city, they trust in a person who able to exchange a brain with other, law in this city can't govern their population, neighbor also sharing the part that been removed. people in the rural respect a person who presenting face and job on TV shows. I feel as if a stupid person that I can't not govern myself in this area. Human value is decide on reputation on TV show not education and education not sustainable in this city, people can exchanged – removed from _ there is no law.

  2. I am from Iran ,but I usually watch this channel around one hour every day ,and I have enjoyed it since ten years ago ,firstly I could not understand like now ,but this channel was the best motivation for a stronger understanding ……,year by year the quality is getting better and clearer ,when I listen news to be attracted to correct pronunciation by anchors ,……I like to say personnely thanks alot BBC service ,…..good luck .

  3. And What about Mrs.Sacoolas the American who Killed A British teenager. She driving Hit this boy. Killing Him and She Fled to USA.. She should be brought back to UK…Out on Trail..Bloody disgrace. People tried to interview her..She totally ignored them…..

  4. Hi.please trach Anglo English language with message,me as nings with many words and frame sentences.thanking you.this .it s request of Pakistani citizens.

  5. Take me to you. Give me trainee of anchor.i would like to work on BBC as anchor.because ,i am a lexicography used to call me dictionary at cuk by my cronies those who studied at(pg ) cuk.You go and ask them(cuk means central university of karnataka first batch ) if you are having skepticism.i have knowledge. I have talent. I have creativity.i have written many articles on different issues briefly in English.Expose my talent rather than miraging my talent.i know things and issues. I am free now. if you call me i come and stay with you.i would like to stay in England for 2 years for having novelty.Entirely,I am a dictionary.Take me to England and give me trainee of anchor that few months.Thereafter, I work on your channel as anchor free.i am helpful for you. Make use of my talent rather than miraging.i am ready to come to UK (United Kingdom ).i am staying in my rustic where regional language is kannada would like to stay with english atmosphere that 24 X 7.i am middle class person don't have property. Please, take me to you and bring me mainstream in life.
    Gmorn became good morning used in Canterbury tales poem is written by chaucer which was the first time in English but morn was suppressd amid users.

  6. I can not watch or do anything with this phone because it take one hour to finishing watching anything ever one minute will take one hour to watch.live me alone.what is this what do u want

  7. URGENT! URGENT! URGENT! Respected BBC news Channel! You are kindly requested to play Current Situations of Nepal. It's critical. About Sincere Journalist Mr.Rabi Lamichane ( Gueniss Book of World Record Holder). Please take it very Serious.

  8. hey why dont give us information about ABDUL SOMAD
    ascertaining the enforcement of the law in Indonesia whether the law insulted the word hallelujah, the symbol of the cross in Christianity and insulted the england flag for a Famous Ustad like Abdul Somad free 1000%

  9. You do realise your cartoon fabricated Globe is supposed to be tilted right! Which makes it interesting, when you consider the Equator. RIP BBC & Heliocentric ball worshippers.

  10. Judywoodrow Woodrow is the best news anchor.Naturalized citizen don't need to see her lips to understand english.

  11. Whoever you are and from any part of the world: We must always keep ourselves safe and well away from all forms of religion. Where many men have been sorely misguided and misled over all these past centuries and have therefore been drawn into many unnecessary wars and battles; all in the name of Christianity and also in the name of any and all other such religions!
    We must all therefore learn to think in the way that our true Father wants us to: That is, each of us as individuals and thus well away from all religions! – For the true Spirit of God our one true Father in heaven; doesn’t come to us through any of the self-indulgent and self-righteous leaders and teachers of Christianity; neither through the many TV Evangelists or through any other such mass places of worship, with all their many added false prayers: He never has done! – He comes to us always through only Immanuel alone, the anointed one and of whom we call Jesus: That for the sake of all humanity, and through his death, man may live…

    “You have learned that they were told, ‘Love your neighbour, and hate your enemy.’ But what I tell you is this: Love your enemies and pray for your persecutors.” – (Matthew. 5: 43-44) –
    “For it is my Father’s will that everyone who looks upon the Son and puts his faith in him shall possess eternal life; and I will raise him up on the last day”
    – (John 6: 40) –

    “You shall know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” – (John 8: 32) –

    “When you pray, go into a room by yourself, and shut the door. Pray to your Father who is there in the secret place; and your Father who sees what is secret will reward you.
    In your prayers do not go babbling on as people do, who imagine that the more they say the more likely they are to be heard.
    Do not imitate them. Your Father already knows what your needs are before you ask him.
    This is how you should pray:
    Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name,
    Your kingdom come; your will be done, on earth as in heaven,
    Give us today our daily bread,
    And Forgive us the wrong we have done, as we have forgiven those who have wronged us.
    And do not bring us to the test, but save us from the evil one.
    For yours is the kingdom, the power and the glory, for ever.
    Amen.
    For if you forgive others the wrongs they have done, your heavenly Father will also forgive you; but if you do not forgive others, then the wrongs you have done will not be forgiven by your Father.” – (Matthew 6: 6-15) –

    “Truly I tell you; if anyone obeys my teaching he shall never know what it is to die.” – (John 8: 51) –

    “Always treat others as you would like them to treat you: that is the Law and the Prophets.
    Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life and only a few find it. Beware of false prophets, men who come to you dressed up as sheep while underneath they are savage wolves. You will recognize them by the fruits they bear.” – (Matthew 7: 12-16) –
    “I am the gate; anyone who comes into the fold through me shall be safe.” – (John 10: 9) –

    “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.” – (Matthew 7: 21) –
    “I am the resurrection and I am life. If a man has faith in me, even though he dies, he shall come to life; and no one who is alive and has faith shall ever die.” – (John 11: 25-26) –

    “I have not come to judge the world, but to save the world”
    – (John 12: 47) –
    ”What I say to you in the dark you must repeat in broad daylight; what you hear whispered you must shout from the rooftops.” – (Matthew 10: 27) –
    “Whoever then will acknowledge me before men, I will acknowledge him before my Father in heaven; and whoever disowns me before men, I will disown him before my Father in heaven.” – (Matthew 10: 32-34) –

    “Very truly I tell you, he who receives a messenger of mine receives me; in receiving me, he receives the One who sent me.”
    – (John 13: 20) –
    “I am the way; I am the truth and I am life; no one comes to the Father except by me. If you knew me you would know my Father too.” – (John 14: 6-7) –

    “The disciples came to Jesus and asked, ‘Who, then, is the greatest in the kingdom of Heaven?’ He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. And he said: ‘Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of Heaven. Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of Heaven. And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.
    If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, It would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.
    Woe to the world because of the things that cause people to stumble! Such things must come, but woe to the person through whom they come!’” – (Matthew 18: 1-7) –

    “Where two or three gather in my name, I am there among them.” Then Peter came up and asked him, ‘Lord, how often am I to forgive my brother if he goes on wronging me? As many as seven times?’ he replied ‘I do not say seven times; I say seventy times seven.’” – (Matthew 18: 20-22) –

    “An expert in the law, [the leading religious Pharisee] tested him with this question: ‘Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?’ He answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind. That is the greatest commandment. It comes first. The second is like it: Love your neighbour as yourself. Everything in the Law and the Prophets hangs on these two commandments.’”
    – (Matthew 22: 35-40) –
    “There is no greater love than this, that a man should lay down his life for his friends.”
    – (John 15: 13) –

    “And be assured, I am with you always, to the end of time.” – (Matthew 28: 20) –

    “One of the criminals who hung there also mocked and taunted him: ‘Aren’t you the Messiah? Save yourself, and us!’ But the other criminal rebuked him. ‘Have you no fear of God? You are under the same sentence as he. For us it is plain justice; we are paying the price for our misdeeds; but this man has done nothing wrong.’ And he said, ‘Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.’ He answered, “I tell you this: today you shall be with me in Paradise.’” – (Luke 23: 39-43) –

    Yours in both Spirit and in prayer, 2gointruth, Sunday the 3rd of December, 2017: – (Matthew 5:14-16) –
    Here are more references for further study…
    – (Genesis 3: 24) – (Genesis 6: 5-6) – (Genesis 6: 11) – (Genesis 8: 21) – (Exodus 12: 17) –
    – (Exodus 25: 18-22) – (Leviticus 19: 18) – (Leviticus 20: 13) – (Leviticus 26: 11-12) –
    – (Numbers 10: 35) – (Deuteronomy 8: 3-4) – (Deuteronomy 18: 18) –
    – (Deuteronomy 29: 29) – (Joshua 22: 5) – (2 Samuel 7: 12-16) – (Psalm 2: 2) –
    – (Psalm 10: 3-7) – (Psalm 14: 1) – (Psalm 15) – (Psalm 22) – (Psalm 66: 1) –
    – (Proverbs 8: 17) – (Proverbs 22: 6) – (Isaiah 7: 14) – (Isaiah 9: 6-7) – (Isaiah 53) –
    – (Isaiah 61: 1) – (Jeremiah 31: 31-34) – (Jeremiah 47: 6-7) – (Ezekiel 28: 14-16 ) –
    – (Daniel 7: 13-14) – (Micah 5: 4) – (Micah 7: 6) – (Zephaniah 1: 7) –
    – (Zechariah 9: 9) – (Zechariah 12: 10) –
    – (Also worth noting, are Aristotle, Confucius, Plato and Socrates, even Gandhi a humble man qualified in British Law and well-read in most all scriptures; he has also said; “You must be the change that you wish to see in the world.”) –
    – (Matthew 4: 19) – (Matthew 5: 10-12) – (Matthew 5:17) – (Matthew 5:19-20) –
    – (Matthew 5: 43-48) – (Matthew 6: 2-4) – (Matthew 7: 5) – (Matthew 7: 7-11) –
    – (Matthew 7: 24-27) – (Matthew 11: 28-30) – (Matthew 12: 30-37) – (Matthew 15: 12-14) –
    – (Matthew 23: 3) – (Mark 1: 9-11) – (Mark 9: 50) – (Mark 15: 4-5) – (((Luke 1: 1-4))) –
    – (Luke 4: 1-13) – (Luke 6: 22-36) – (Luke 6: 39) – (Luke 6: 46-49) – (Luke 9: 23-26) –
    – (Luke 12: 40) – (Luke 12: 48) – (John 3: 1-7) – (John 4: 24) – (John 6: 51) –
    – (John 6: 53-58) – (John 6: 63-64) – (John 7: 16-18) – (John 8: 12) – (John 8: 34-35) –
    – (John 8: 58) – (John 10: 14-17) – (John 12: 25-26) – (John 12: 44-50) –
    – (John 13: 34) – (John 16: 13-15) – (John 17: 24-26) – (((John 21: 24-25))) –

  12. Thanks for posting. I worked for STAR TV in Hong Kong which put BBC WSTV to Asia. It was an exciting time in television, watching the channel grow and be seen in countries that previously only had World Service radio.

  13. Back when the BBC was doing real news and substantially much less of the nonsense tabloid rubbish today. The reporting style was better back then too. No silly irrelevant cartoons, no deafening techno music, just a reporter narrating, video footage, and graphics that actually aided in understanding and not to entertain. The YouTube channel is a great microcosm of today's BBC. Plenty of nonsense with a few great pieces of real news and journalism interspersed. Compare this channel with Al Jazeera, where you actually get real news. How far it has fallen from its glory days. Auntie used to be respectable but now it's becoming a joke so appeal to 'younger' people. I'm sure young people aren't impressed. They don't want to be treated as dumb. And they eventually grow up. Change might be necessary but what the BBC has done recently is the wrong type of change.

  14. 25+ years ago, the BBC was much better than it is today. It assumed the audience had a brain. These days BBC is very dumbed down and treats its audience like children.

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