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  BBC Knowledge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BBC Knowledge was an early BBC digital television channel, available by cable, satellite, or terrestrial digital broadcasting, providing a strong programme of documentary, cultural and educational television.
Given that the BBC television service was only suspended during the war, and renamed BBC 1 in 1964, this meant that BBC Knowledge was the first ever BBC television channel to be closed down permanently.
BBC Knowledge output was educational, and it initally had a 'bright and breezy' schedule [1] however due to very low viewing figures this was altered to be a more serious documentary channel within a year.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/BBC_Knowledge   (250 words)

 ipedia.com: BBC Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
In March 2003 the BBC announced that from the end of May 2003 (subsequently deferred to July 14) it intended to transmit all eight of its domestic television channels (including the 15 regional variations of BBC ONE) unencrypted from the Astra 2D satellite.
The BBC is regularly accused by the government of the day of bias in favour of the opposition and, by the opposition, of bias in favour of the government.
BBC ONE is the home to the BBC's main news bulletins, currently being shown at 1pm, 6pm and 10pm GMT (or British Summer Time, depending on the time of the year).
www.ipedia.com /bbc.html   (4566 words)

 BBC: Living in a Bubble   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
In January, criticisms made of the BBC in a report by an official commission set up by the U.K. government ("the Hutton enquiry") in regard to its Iraq-war coverage, were so scathing that both the chairman of the board of governors of the BBC and its director-general had little choice but to resign.
Instead the BBC reminded us that Reagan was "a B movie actor," and stated that as president his "foreign policy was criticised for being in disarray." Accompanying photos were not of Reagan meeting Gorbachev, but of Oliver North, and of the invasion of Grenada ("a clumsy sham," according to the BBC text).
BBC Online for example, last Saturday, gave the impression that al-Sudais was nothing but a benign, kindly cleric promoting (to quote the BBC) "community cohesion" between Muslims and their neighbors.
www.honestreporting.com /articles/45884734/reports/BBC_Living_in_a_Bubble.asp   (3146 words)

 Arutz Sheva - Israel National News
One particularly cosmetic exercise was a 30-minute BBC profile of Arafat that described him as a "hero," and "an icon," and spoke of him as having "performer's flare," and "charisma and style" and "personal courage" and being "the stuff of legends." Adjectives applied to him included "clever," "respectable," and "triumphant".
The BBC's double standards are clear to almost everyone except, it seems, to the BBC itself and its sympathizers in the press.
Meanwhile, to my knowledge, the BBC has made no documentaries about human rights abuses in the Arab world; or about Palestinian schoolbooks; or about the Palestinian Authority's incitement of the Palestinian population; or about the Palestinian Authority's funding of terrorism allegedly with the use of European Union aid funds.
www.israelnationalnews.com /article.php3?id=3841   (1533 words)

 UN knew of Saddam's oil-for-food thefts: BBC - Iraq - www.theage.com.au
After a six-month investigation, the BBC said it had evidence that Saddam took billions from the oil-for-food program, and that "these abuses were widely known about at the time".
The BBC said there was evidence that Saddam demanded a kickback from companies that wanted to do business with Iraq under the oil-for-food program.
The BBC sent a reporter to Iraq and Jordan to track down people involved in the oil-for-food program, which has been described as the largest financial swindle in history.
www.theage.com.au /news/Iraq/UN-knew-of-Saddams-oilforfood-thefts-BBC/2004/11/21/1100972255082.html?oneclick=true   (590 words)

 LOGOFREETV.org - BBC KNOWLEDGE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
We extensively lobbied the BBC's management and governors, Parliament, and the Department of Culture Media and Sport, that BBC FOUR should be launched DOG free, but sadly, the BBC did not bother to reply to us.
The Controller of BBC Knowledge appears to agree that the LOGO is a problem.
Labour peer and broadcaster Lord Bragg has accused the BBC of using BBC4 as a "fig leaf" for the lack of arts programmes that used to be broadcast to much bigger audiences on BBC1 and BBC2.
logofreetv.org /render.asp?mode=bbc_knowledge&PRINTMODE=TRUE   (1264 words)

BBC NEWS 24 is the BBCs news channel, but is in my opnion inferior to Sky News.
BBC KNOWLEDGE is a learning, information, and drama channel, "the television version of Radio Four".
BBC PARLIAMENT carries coverage of proceedings in the British House of Commons, House of Lords, Scottish Parlaiment and National Assembly of Wales.
myhome.iolfree.ie /~icdg/channels_bbc.htm   (219 words)

 Digital Spy - Terrestrial - BBC Knowledge goes 24 hours
BBC Knowledge will be available all day, seven days a week via DTT, from 17 November 2001, the Corporation has announced today.
Viewers accessing BBC Knowledge will be guided by simple, on-screen prompts to enable them to re-scan the channel.
To receive the new version of BBC Knowledge, viewers need to perform a "Store Channels" on their set top box (or integrated digital television).
www.digitalspy.co.uk /article/ds4150.html   (240 words)

 PeggyLee.com - Bulletin Board
BBC Knowledge - one of the BBC's digital channels - put together a short fifteen minute tribute which was shown, I believe, last Sunday evening.
BBC Knowledge show programmes on a 'rolling schedule' so it is possible it may be repeated.
: BBC Knowledge - one of the BBC's digital channels - put together a short fifteen minute tribute which was shown, I believe, last Sunday evening.
www.peggylee.com /pegleebb/read.php?f=3&i=939&t=939   (323 words)

 BBC Services to Be Showcased on TiVo's Personal Television Service for UK Customers
BBC Controller of Navigation and Interactive Television, Katharine Everett said: "The launch of personal television in the UK is another sea change in the broadcasting world, one that will prove to be as exciting and important as the arrival of digital television.
About the BBC The BBC is a public corporation, set up by Royal Charter to provide broadcasting services at home and abroad.
The BBC's core home services are funded by the television license fee which pays for national television networks BBC ONE and BBC TWO; national radio stations -- Radios 1,2,3,4, and 5 Live; national radio services in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales -- including services in Welsh and Gaelic languages; and 38 English local radio services.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/08-15-2000/0001290569&EDATE=   (837 words)

 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | BBC seeks public nod for £153m digital TV plan
The BBC yesterday sought approval to spend an annual £153m of licence-fee payers' money on its range of new digital television channels and radio stations.
The plans, which were announced by BBC director-general Greg Dyke in August, include the launch of TV channels BBC3 and BBC4 and two services for children.
BBC3 will be born out of the existing digital service, BBC Choice, and will provide entertainment, comedy and drama aimed at the youth market.
www.guardian.co.uk /BBC/Story/0,2763,377128,00.html   (431 words)

 Force majeure | Aspidistra
After two false starts (BBC Knowledge and BBC Choice), the first ‘proper’ mixed television channel from the BBC since 1964’s BBC-2 is finally here, having launched on the day of writing this article, 2 March 2002, at 7pm.
Secondly, the BBC must not, under any circumstances, use the existence of a highbrow news service on Four to undermine or dumb down the 10pm bulletin on BBC-1.
In the end, the BBC cannot prevent the ultimate privatisation of its functions by the next Tory government, whenever that may be.
www.transdiffusion.org /emc/aspidistra/force.php   (1013 words)

 [No title]
The knowledge is often passed down from one generation to the next through codes of conduct and customary law, frequently including initiation rights before the information is divulged.
Story from BBC NEWS: __________________________________________________________________________________________ Dawn Ban on import of substances depleting ozone sought By Our Reporter ISLAMABAD, Feb 18: A worldwide ban on the import of ozone depleting substances and phasing out of the chemicals that damage the protective layer is need of the hour.
It is also important to uplift knowledge on water resources, draw up and implement a coherent and integrated policy to combat adverse climatic conditions, guarantee the sustainability of pastoral production systems in the face of climatic changes, sustainable forest management, the restoration of ecosystems and the promotion of income generating forest species.
www.unep.org /cpi/briefs/Brief19Feb04.doc   (12831 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
We also publish the BBC Statements of Programme Policy, setting out the BBC’s objectives and plans for the year ahead.This is available in public libraries and on the BBC’s website at www.bbc.co.uk/info It is available in Welsh, in an audio version and in Braille.
Annual Reviews of BBC Scotland, BBC Wales, BBC Northern Ireland and BBC English Regions are published simultaneously with this document, as is the Annual Review of BBC World Service.
The exception to this is BBC Radio 1 which reports age 4+.Tables 2 and 3 in Broadcasting facts and figures and the charts on page 7 use annual data for all individuals age 4+, in order to report television and radio data on the same basis.
www.bbcgovernors.co.uk /annreport/report03/facts.txt   (902 words)

 mb21 - ether.net - Teletext Then and Now - Digital   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
As of April 2000 the digital text service accompanying the 'relaunched' BBC KNOWLEDGE appears to be the slickest of the MHEG text services.
The BBC took full advantage of the facilities offered by Digital Teletext to enhance their coverage of Wimbledon 2000.
With Wimbledon coverage often on two of the BBC's three mainstream channels at any one time the green button could be used to toggle between the channels.
teletext.mb21.co.uk /gallery/digital/bbc-more.shtml   (288 words)

 DOG Watch! - 625.uk.com
BBC Wales, keen to gauge viewer response to its new baby, must have been a little shocked to find that viewers weren't too impressed with the logo that had been slapped on their screens.
When the BBC realised the problem, its solution was not to remove one of the logos, but simply to shift the match graphics from the left- to the right-hand side of the screen, leaving the BBC logo in the centre.
The corporate BBC logo is permanently on screen during trailers for programmes; it pops up during the opening titles of programmes and appears at the end of them too.
625.uk.com /dogwatch   (8016 words)

 BBC GMR - Media UK
BBC GMR is one of the largest of the BBC Local Radio stations.
BBC GMR first broadcast to the Greater Manchester population in 1970.
BBC GMR news has covered many momentous news stories in their patch, particularly the Woolworth's’ fire, the IRA Warrington bomb and the Manchester air disaster.
www.mediauk.com /the_knowledge/i.muk/BBC_GMR   (353 words)

 BBC Knowledge - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
BBC Knowledge output was educational; this was represented by it's Sky Digital EPG number 553 (between 551-599 at that time represented educational/factual).
It initally had a 'bright and breezy' schedule [1] however due to very low viewing figures this was altered to be a more serious documentary channel within a year.
BBC Parliament
Children's television: CBBC Channel
psychcentral.com /psypsych/BBC_Knowledge   (354 words)

 UK Television
BBC London and South East - Programme news and information for the London and South Eastern England region.
BBC North East and Cumbria - Programme news and information for the North Eastern England and Cumbria region.
BBC Knowledge - Programme news and information for the BBC education and information network.
www.ability.org.uk /uk_television.html   (730 words)

 Digital Spy Forums - BBC cleared of ...
BBC Choice and BBC Knowledge which were set up without much thought or planning being put in (which they have admitted).
The BBC digital channels are a joke.I did start a thread before about Knowledge,saying if it has contained schools,college,ou,bbc documentaries the channel might of been a success and in turn freed up airtime on bbc1/bbc2,but would it not of made sense to have saved money and waited for total digital penetration before launching this channel.
BBC Choice-why does it have kids progammes on at 3-7,bbc1 and itv,not to mention the paytv channels are all showing kids shows.How about Choice actually showing a choice for us viewers that don`t want to see cookery,game shows and kids programmes on bbc1and2,to show between 3-7 say
forum.digitalspy.co.uk /board/showthread.php?threadid=7654   (2800 words)

 BBC Knowledge - TV Channels Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
This channel BBC Knowledge is one of a range of the New Digital Channels available from the BBC.
Presumably, the hidden agenda here is to wait until sufficient of the population have had their old TV sets dragged kicking and screaming into the digital age, then move all those obscure but worthy Open University and Schools programmes across from their valuable slots on BBC2.
I first watched BBC Knowledge when they had their Dunkirk Day, which was an interesting...
www.dooyoo.co.uk /tv-channels/bbc-knowledge   (262 words)

 The knowledge: Euan Semple - Inside Knowledge
As he describes his work, it is easy to sense his disapproval of the ‘knowledge management’ label, and I realise how, by his own admission and despite his achievements, he must be a manager’s worst nightmare.
Although the BBC may have a naturally conversational, individualistic and reasonably web-savvy culture — and Semple recognises that many of his peers are working in tougher environments — not everybody has taken to these tools like ducks to water.
Whether he chooses to stay at the BBC or plough a new course, he is sure to shape the virtual space into a safer and more productive place.
www.ikmagazine.com /xq/asp/sid.8958E0B9-338C-457E-93BC-E245E4E779E9/articleid.1A6CE759-39C4-45CA-8C44-389FC031C967/qx/display.htm   (2241 words)

 The Communication Initiative - Vacancies - Online Journalist - BBC News
You'll need a working knowledge of BBC News Online's styles and policies and how they are appropriate to English Regions output.
Knowledge of the law or the ability to acquire such knowledge as it affects the Internet and familiarity with the BBC's Producer Guidelines and policies on Health and Safety.
This is because in order for the BBC to apply successfully for a work permit, we need to show that there are no suitable candidates who are normally resident in the UK or who are nationals of the European Economic Area (EU States plus Norway and Iceland).
www.comminit.com /vacancy1293.html   (769 words)

 TV ARK - BBC Knowledge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
BBC Knowledge - the BBC's education channel was launched on January 11th 1999.
(Previously BBC Knowledge was available via Digital Terrestrial TV until noon at weekends).
Jamie Theakston tells us what BBC Knowledge is all about...
www.tv-ark.org.uk /otherchannels/bbcknow.html   (93 words)

 Newsletter 02   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
On Friday night (21 September) at 10.30pm I will be chairing a TV debate on artificial intelligence for BBC Knowledge, which ties in with the launch of Spielberg's new movie "AI".
And just before the AI debate, at 9pm, BBC Knowledge will be airing "Breaking the Code", the story of Alan Turing, starring Derek Jacobi, based on Hugh Whitemore's play.
If you have access to BBC Knowledge, but you have not seen this before, then I would highly recommend it.
www.simonsingh.net /Newsletter_02.html   (464 words)

 BBC News | EDUCATION | Blunkett welcomes Dyke's education commitment
It set out his vision of a BBC in the traditions of the corporation's founder, Sir John Reith.
Mr Dyke, who arrived at the BBC less than three weeks ago, believes if the corporation can deliver its vision, it will have "made a major contribution to the learning society, which, arguably, no other organisation in the country can deliver".
But he also issued a warning that iIf the BBC does not act, millions of people could be left "without an education and a future".
newsrss.bbc.co.uk /hi/english/education/newsid_525000/525971.stm   (527 words)

 Neowin.net - BBC airing controversial Nintendo documentary - BBC airing controversial Nintendo documentary
BBC4 was called BBC Knowledge but I'm not sure if that existed at the time.
BBC 1 and 2 are reserved for those oh-so-important soaps, reality TV and other such nonsense.
That is not to say the BBC is unbiased, but it is far more neutral than most of the channels - it means the channel doesn't have to change its interests/programs to cater for the corporations funding the adverts.
www.neowin.net /comments.php?id=18964&category=gamers   (1329 words)

 Gramophone - News - The world's best classical music magazine
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been given the go-ahead for a new, digital ‘culture, arts and ideas’ television station.
BBC Four, as the new channel will be known, is one of three new television services and five new radio services given conditional approval by Tessa Jowell, the UK’s Culture Secretary.
BBC Four will replace BBC Knowledge, the corporation’s ‘education and information’ network.
www.gramophone.co.uk /newsMainTemplate.asp?storyID=356&newssectionID=1   (83 words)

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