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BBC Sport's five things to do today

Our team give you something to read, watch, try, listen and take - all in one place.
Tags: News, Bbc


Celtic v Rangers Scottish Cup final is latest BBC Scotland classic game

The 2002 Scottish Cup final between Celtic and Rangers will be shown in full on BBC Scotland on Sunday with accompanying live text.
Tags: Scotland, Football, Bbc, Celtic, Rangers, Bbc Scotland


Coronavirus: Garden goals getting pro-commentary

BBC commentary has been added to the video clips which were collated by Port Vale Foundation Trust.
Tags: UK, News, Bbc


‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ Director Eliza Hittman on Making Peace With Its Unconventional Release, Conversations She Hopes to Inspire, and More [Interview]

Never Rarely Sometimes Always, the third feature film from writer/director Eliza Hittman, was released in theaters on Friday, March 13 – one of the unluckiest release dates in the history of Hollywood. Theaters began shutting down due to the coronavirus crisis, cutting short the film’s box office prospects and its ability to continue riding the wave of acclaim that began cresting when it debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Thankfully, after a short break, Focus Features has...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Movies, Drama, Interviews, Berlin, Bbc, Features, Mpaa, Sidney, Focus Features, Facebook She, Barry Jenkins, Featured Stories Sidebar, Eliza Hittman, Hittman


My Money: 'People have started leaving their houses again'

As part of a BBC blog series, Jen Smith talks us through one week as pandemic restrictions ease in Shenzhen.
Tags: Business, Bbc, Jen Smith


Small businesses worry coronavirus loans ‘too risky’

Owners of small businesses tell the BBC they still have concerns about the government’s loan scheme.
Tags: Business, Bbc


Quiz: How much do you know about Wales 1991 1-0 win over Germany

As BBC Wales gets ready to re-run Wales classic 1991 win over Germany test your knowledge of that famous victory.
Tags: News, Wales, Germany, Bbc




BBC Sport looks back at the time Kylian Mbappe faced Argentina at World Cup 2018.

Ahead of Saturday's 'Rewind' of France v Argentina at World Cup 2018, BBC Sport looks back at Kylian Mbappe's sensational contribution to the round of 16 match.
Tags: News, France, Bbc, Argentina, Kylian Mbappe


Weekend reading: Stuck in the middle with you

What caught my eye this week. T he lockdown continues, with the predictable result that the global economy has fallen off a cliff in barely a fortnight. I’ll repeat again – we cannot take many months of this. I continue to have doubts about how we’re approaching this crisis, whilst conceding most policy makers are striving to do the right thing with incomplete data and faced with horrible choices. It’s easy for pundits with blogs to speculate about alternative approaches. Rather different if y...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spacex, UK, Cook, London, Marketing, US, Tesla, Bloomberg, Earth, Bbc, Atlantic, New York Times, Npr, Somerset


Coronavirus: Questions over 'significant' PPE order from China

Senior Stormont sources told the BBC's Nolan Show an order for PPE from China was not placed by Conor Murphy.
Tags: News, China, Bbc


Localising Audiovisual Content: Subtitling best practices and workflows

In our recent posts on Localising Audiovisual Content, we looked at different types of subtitling, voice-over and dubbing; why and when they are used. Today we’d like to share some best practices for setting up a subtitling project and discuss workflows during the project. Before the project starts: best practices We know that the audiovisual industry is fast-paced and constantly changing, so we are as flexible as possible in order to accommodate client requirements – but we are also honest and ...
Tags: Bbc, Linguistics, About Translation, Localisation


BBC offers biggest online education push 'in its history'

Schoolchildren will be offered online videos, quizzes, podcasts and articles on core subjects.
Tags: UK, News, Bbc


Gabriel Jesus scores twice as Man City clinch a historic domestic treble

As Gabriel Jesus turns 23, BBC Sport looks back at his two goals against Watford in the 2019 FA Cup final at Wembley.
Tags: Football, Bbc, Watford, Gabriel Jesus


BBC Sport's five things to do today

Our team give you something to read, watch, try, listen and take - all in one place.
Tags: News, Bbc


Big quiz: Can you name every Premier League top scorer?

In the first of BBC football's bumper quiz of the week, we want you to name every Premier League top scorer.
Tags: News, Bbc, Premier League


Can you name every Premier League top scorer?

In the first of BBC football's bumper quiz of the week, we want you to name every Premier League top scorer.
Tags: Football, Bbc, Premier League


'A turbulent year in palatial surroundings' - has Spurs' stadium move been a success?

A year ago today, Tottenham played their first match in their new stadium. BBC Sport's Phil McNulty looks at whether the move has aided the club's fortunes.
Tags: Football, Bbc, Tottenham, Phil McNulty


The Coronavirus Newscast: 'It's a heck of a target'

The BBC’s Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg looks at the government's aim for 100,000 coronavirus tests a day by May.
Tags: News, Bbc, Laura Kuenssberg


BBC’s Make A Difference launches as a podcast

The BBC has turned its Make A Difference campaign into a twice-weekly podcast which will also be broadcast on all 39 BBC local radio stations. Make a Difference was set up by BBC Local Radio in March in response to the coronavirus crisis to help connect communities and bring together people when they need it most. The podcast, produced by the same team behind Multi-Story, will showcase some of the stories pouring into BBC Local Radio from across the country every day. Already more than 150,00...
Tags: England, Top, Digital, Bbc, Industry, Radio, Becca, Bbc Local Radio, Becca Bryers, Coronavirus, Multi Story, Kathryn Morrison, BBC England Chris Burns


The Internet is Now Rife With Places Where You Can Organize Zoom-bombing Raids

The internet is rife with online communities where users can go and share Zoom conference codes and request that pranksters connect and hurl insults, play pornographic material, or make death threats against other participants -- in a practice called Zoom-bombing or a Zoom raid. From a report: ZDNet began tracking the tactic since mid-March when the term was first coined following a TechCrunch article. Ever since then, Zoom-bombing incidents have increased, as articles in major news outlets like...
Tags: Tech, Bbc, Fbi, New York Times, Zdnet


Play along with BBC Sport's live 'Quarantine Quiz' on Friday night

Test your sporting knowledge with Friday's live BBC Sport 'Quarantine Quiz' followed by a Question of Sport on Saturday.
Tags: Football, Bbc, BBC Sport


Coronavirus: Brand Moves for Thursday April 2

In China, the biggest public health crisis in two decades has enticed 3,000 newcomers to the Personal Protective Equipment industry this year, according to the Sina news portal, adding to a field of 4,000 who produced 4.2 billion face masks last year or half the world’s output, according to government data. Among the ‘new’ entrants are a clutch of juggernauts – car makers BYD and SAIC-GM-Wuling, iPhone assembler Foxconn and oil and gas producer Sinopec. BYD chairman and founder Wang Chuanfu led...
Tags: Google, Verizon, UK, New York, London, Adobe, Rihanna, California, Jay Z, China, New York City, Israel, Advertising, US, America, Los Angeles


These are the hands - by Michael Rosen, poem read by Sophie Raworth

BBC presenter Sophie Raworth reads These Are The Hands by Michael Rosen.
Tags: UK, News, Bbc, Michael Rosen, Sophie Raworth


Presenter chooses poetic tribute to NHS

BBC presenter Sophie Raworth reads These Are The Hands by Michael Rosen.
Tags: News, Bbc, NHS, Sophie Raworth


British Comedian Eddie Large Dies From Coronavirus

British comedian Eddie Large, best known for being part of double act Little and Large, has died at the age of 78 after contracting coronavirus in hospital. The star (pictured, above left), who had been in hospital with heart failure, found fame alongside Syd Little in the 1970s and 80s. They won TV talent show […]
Tags: News, Global, Bbc, Obituaries, Coronavirus, Eddie Large, Syd Little


AMC’s British Programming Focused Streamer Acorn TV to Launch in U.K. This Month

Acorn TV, AMC Network’s British programming focused streamer, is to launch in the U.K. at the end of the month. Launching on April 29 with dramas such as ITV’s “Foyle’s War” and the BBC’s “Keeping Faith” as well as the British-produced Acorn TV original “Queens of Mystery,” the service will charge £4.99 ($6.20) per month […]
Tags: News, Amc, Global, Bbc, Queens, Amc Networks, Foyle, ACORN, Acorn TV, British Programming Focused Streamer Acorn TV, Acorn TV AMC Network


BBC to air memorable sporting highlights including London 2012

The London 2012 Olympics and Euro '96 are just some of the memorable moments that viewers can relive during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: London, Football, Bbc


BBC to air memorable sporting highlights including London 2012, Euro '96 and Wimbledon

The London 2012 Olympics and Euro '96 are just some of the memorable moments that viewers can relive during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: London, News, Bbc


BBC radio stars lead the nation in a mass singalong

Five BBC stations joined forces to get the country singing to Prince and Florence + The Machine.
Tags: UK, News, Bbc, Prince, Florence