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BBC News Report with Transcript Videos

BBC News Report July 2015 with transcript video
Greek finance minister resigns after ‘no’ vote
Third Greek bailout
Who will lead world football?
Turkish PM: No plans to send troops to Syria

BBC News Report Jun 2015 with transcript video
Banning smoking in China
China’s greenhouse gases
Magna Carta commemoration
Taylor Swift forces Apple music change
Solar-powered plane takes off again

BBC News Report May 2015 with transcript video
Battery-powered future
Egypt’s animal mummy ‘scandal’ revealed
South East Asia migrants’ crisis
Pregnant women warned on taking paracetamol

BBC News Report Apr 2015 with transcript video
Breaking News
Job interviews
The future of travel?
Health stories
Surviving the tsunami

BBC News Report Mar 2015 with transcript video
Dads attending births
If cars could run themselves
Sharing accommodation

BBC News Report Feb 2015 with transcript video
Murder Mystery
School shortage
Robin Williams honoured
Work after sport

BBC News Report Jan 2015 with transcript video
Too many graduates, not enough jobs
The Taj Mahal in your living room
Entrepreneurial Spark
Experimental schools of the 1970s

BBC News Report Dec 2014 with transcript video
Girl power in Ghana’s schools
Swiss children used as slave labour
Mushrooms are the business for Burmese migrant
Minecraft player builds virtual city

BBC News Report Nov 2014 with transcript video
How Ronaldo became ‘the perfect player’
Happy and sad jobs
The island at the end of the earth
How to have a wedding on a budget

BBC News Report Oct 2014 with transcript video
To tip or not to tip, that is the question
How fashionable is business?
How dangerous are cats?
Extreme commuting
Christmas dinner


BBC Words in the News with Transcript Videos

Words in the News 14/09
Scotland votes ‘No’
Walk or cycle for ‘a happier commute’
Ozone layer ‘recovering’
Eat less meat to save the planet, says study
Words in the News 14/08
Artist buries gold on British beach
Talking turtles
Ebola experimental treatment
Researchers explain goalkeepers’ mistake
Words in the News 14/07
‘Fluffy’ dinosaurs were widespread
Internet piracy warnings
Assisted dying debate
Cocaine in supermarket bananas
Words in the News 14/06
Cheap solar energy
British jihadists worry authorities
Poaching threatens survival of African elephants
Mud-pack for the Taj Mahal
Words in the News 14/05
Hands-free on the road?
‘Biggest dinosaur ever’ discovered
Galapagos environmental emergency
Middle East virus possibly spread by camels
Words in the News 14/04
Flies move ‘like fighter jets’
Beginning of the end for Japanese whaling?
US created ‘Cuban Twitter’
Vatican bank ‘three trillion euro fraud’ stopped
Words in the News 2014/03 Part 2
Travel company tells Danes to have sex on holiday
Protecting shipwrecks
Paris smog
Words in the News 2014/03 Part 1
Elephant exchange
Rubbish in Rio
Pompeii under threat

Words in the News 2014/02 Part 2
Drought and snow: Extreme US weather
US considers Ukraine sanctions
Obama’s youth initiativechoices

Words in the News 2014/02 Part 1
UN: No bullfighting for kids
Man survives 16 months at sea
Facebook allows gender choices

Words in the News 2014/01 Part 2
Tower of Pisa
Grand Canyon ‘formed recently’
Vodka link to Russian early death
Words in the News 2014/01 Part 1
Kalashnikov inventor’s regret
China is the biggest source of tourists
Huge increase in obesity


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