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Programs for BBCWLA on Saturday, December 14, 2019
12:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
12:30 AM
Witness History (Repeat) From a headteacher to an abuse survivor, host Razia Iqbal presents the testimonies of people who witnessed groundbreaking moments in modern history. Razia Iqbal(Host)
1:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
1:30 AM
Click (Repeat) The latest news pertaining to the ever-evolving world of technology is presented, including how various devices affect those who make use of them. Spencer Kelly(Host)
2:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
2:10 AM
Reporters (New) Reporters in 58 different areas of the world share their insight and analysis on the major and events in international news; less popular stories reported. Philippa Thomas(Anchor), Kasia Madera(Anchor), Tim Willcox(Anchor), Yalda Hakim(Anchor)
2:30 AM
Bloodhound: Chasing the Land Speed Record (New) Andy Green, the driver of the supersonic land vehicle Bloodhound, hopes to set a new land speed record of 1,000 mph, crushing the current record of 763 mph. Andrew Harding(Host), Andy Green(Participant)
3:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
3:10 AM
UK Reporters (New) Correspondents cover all of the most important news stories in the United Kingdom from the previous week, detailing the events affecting the local residents.
3:30 AM
Climate Defenders (Repeat) Innovators search for solutions to the global threat of climate change, adding to the pool of works that are rapidly changing the way people power their lives.
4:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
4:10 AM
Nobel Minds Debate (New) The 2019 Nobel Laureates in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, economics and literature gather for a discussion moderated by Zeinab Badawi. Zeinab Badawi(Moderator)
5:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
5:10 AM
Syria: Children of War (New) For four years, Caroline Hawley follows two Syrian children, Rouaa and Mustafa, as they grow up in exile, grappling with an uncertain future. Caroline Hawley(Host)
5:30 AM
Witness History (Repeat) From a headteacher to an abuse survivor, host Razia Iqbal presents the testimonies of people who witnessed groundbreaking moments in modern history. Razia Iqbal(Host)
6:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
6:10 AM
Reporters (Repeat) Reporters in 58 different areas of the world share their insight and analysis on the major and events in international news; less popular stories reported. Philippa Thomas(Anchor), Kasia Madera(Anchor), Tim Willcox(Anchor), Yalda Hakim(Anchor)
6:30 AM
Our World (Repeat) News programs that discuss the current issues all over the planet are featured; a showcase of BBC journalism that examines the topics that affect the globe. Linda Sills(Producer)
7:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
7:15 AM
Sport Today (New) Latest news in sports covers a wide variety of sporting events from around the world including the Rugby World Cup in Paris and the Masters Cup in Shanghai. Marc Edwards(Host), Tulsen Tollett(Host), Chris Mitchell(Host), Nick Marshall-McCormack(Host), Rob Bonnet(Host)
7:30 AM
Front Row Satire (New) Host Mary Beard and her panel wonder if satirists are prepared to lampoon politics and society and if politicians should be fair game for their craft. Mary Beard(Host)
8:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
8:30 AM
The Travel Show (Repeat) A team of travel reporters based in nations around the world discover big stories and exciting destinations that may be of interest to holiday travelers. Christa Larwood(Correspondent), Ade Adepitan(Correspondent), Benjamin Zand(Correspondent), Henry Golding(Correspondent), Rajan Datar(Host)
9:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
9:15 AM
Sport Today (New) Latest news in sports covers a wide variety of sporting events from around the world including the Rugby World Cup in Paris and the Masters Cup in Shanghai. Marc Edwards(Host), Tulsen Tollett(Host), Chris Mitchell(Host), Nick Marshall-McCormack(Host), Rob Bonnet(Host)
9:30 AM
Dateline London (New) Foreign correspondents report on the events happening in the United Kingdom with an outsider's perspective and discuss international thoughts on these issues. Carrie Gracie(Host), Jane Hill(Host), Shaun Ley(Host), Gavin Esler(Host)
10:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
10:10 AM
History of Africa Southern Kingdoms (Repeat) Zeinab Badawi travels to South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia to learn about the kingdoms that ruled the area from the 10th to the 19th centuries. Zeinab Badawi(Host)
11:00 AM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
11:30 AM
In Business Africa (Repeat) Presenters Nancy Kacungira and Lerato Mbele-Roberts report on economic trends in Africa, focusing on key sectors and people who are driving change.
12:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
12:30 PM
Ultimate Japan (New) Presenter Rajan Datar goes beyond the nation's most frequented destinations to explore some of the greatest cultural and natural highlights across Japan. Rajan Datar(Correspondent)
1:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
1:10 PM
UK Reporters (Repeat) Correspondents cover all of the most important news stories in the United Kingdom from the previous week, detailing the events affecting the local residents.
1:30 PM
The Travel Show (Repeat) A team of travel reporters based in nations around the world discover big stories and exciting destinations that may be of interest to holiday travelers. Christa Larwood(Correspondent), Ade Adepitan(Correspondent), Benjamin Zand(Correspondent), Henry Golding(Correspondent), Rajan Datar(Host)
2:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
2:15 PM
Sport Today (New) Latest news in sports covers a wide variety of sporting events from around the world including the Rugby World Cup in Paris and the Masters Cup in Shanghai. Marc Edwards(Host), Tulsen Tollett(Host), Chris Mitchell(Host), Nick Marshall-McCormack(Host), Rob Bonnet(Host)
2:30 PM
Bloodhound: Chasing the Land Speed Record (Repeat) Andy Green, the driver of the supersonic land vehicle Bloodhound, hopes to set a new land speed record of 1,000 mph, crushing the current record of 763 mph. Andrew Harding(Host), Andy Green(Participant)
3:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
3:10 PM
Nobel Minds Debate (Repeat) The 2019 Nobel Laureates in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, economics and literature gather for a discussion moderated by Zeinab Badawi. Zeinab Badawi(Moderator)
4:00 PM
World News Today (New, TV-PG) Correspondents give the latest international news reports and interview individuals who are making headlines and business developments. Jonathan Charles(Anchor)
4:30 PM
Dateline London (Repeat) Foreign correspondents report on the events happening in the United Kingdom with an outsider's perspective and discuss international thoughts on these issues. Carrie Gracie(Host), Jane Hill(Host), Shaun Ley(Host), Gavin Esler(Host)
5:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
5:10 PM
Syria: Children of War (Repeat) For four years, Caroline Hawley follows two Syrian children, Rouaa and Mustafa, as they grow up in exile, grappling with an uncertain future. Caroline Hawley(Host)
5:30 PM
Ultimate Japan (Repeat) Presenter Rajan Datar goes beyond the nation's most frequented destinations to explore some of the greatest cultural and natural highlights across Japan. Rajan Datar(Correspondent)
6:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
6:30 PM
Our World (Repeat) News programs that discuss the current issues all over the planet are featured; a showcase of BBC journalism that examines the topics that affect the globe. Linda Sills(Producer)
7:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
7:30 PM
Front Row Satire (Repeat) Host Mary Beard and her panel wonder if satirists are prepared to lampoon politics and society and if politicians should be fair game for their craft. Mary Beard(Host)
8:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
8:10 PM
Reporters (Repeat) Reporters in 58 different areas of the world share their insight and analysis on the major and events in international news; less popular stories reported. Philippa Thomas(Anchor), Kasia Madera(Anchor), Tim Willcox(Anchor), Yalda Hakim(Anchor)
8:30 PM
Dateline London (Repeat) Foreign correspondents report on the events happening in the United Kingdom with an outsider's perspective and discuss international thoughts on these issues. Carrie Gracie(Host), Jane Hill(Host), Shaun Ley(Host), Gavin Esler(Host)
9:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
9:10 PM
Nobel Minds Debate (Repeat) The 2019 Nobel Laureates in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, economics and literature gather for a discussion moderated by Zeinab Badawi. Zeinab Badawi(Moderator)
10:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
10:30 PM
Click (Repeat) The latest news pertaining to the ever-evolving world of technology is presented, including how various devices affect those who make use of them. Spencer Kelly(Host)
11:00 PM
BBC World News (New) The British Broadcasting Corporation presents the very latest on international news stories and breaking headlines from around the globe.
11:30 PM
Ultimate Japan (Repeat) Presenter Rajan Datar goes beyond the nation's most frequented destinations to explore some of the greatest cultural and natural highlights across Japan. Rajan Datar(Correspondent)
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