Definition of 'BBC'
Example sentences containing 'BBC'
BBC World Service, 3.30 p. m., Sunday, 9 April We are interrupting programmes to go to the newsroom.LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE
Frustrated in their attempts to buy the slender little book, the demands began to come into the BBC for a repeat of the reading.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
It was all comfortingly familiar in the midst of strangeness, like tuning into the BBC in a Moscow hotel.DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE
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