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Question 1:

Question 2: It is common for BBC programmes to air on traditionally ________ or ORF transmitters, while their programming is relayed by a station physically located in the UK.
CNNVoice of AmericaDeutsche WelleNHK World

Question 3: The former BBC East Mediterranean Relay Station is in ________.
MaldivesCyprusTurkeyMalta

Question 4:
Which of the following titles did BBC World Service have?
BBC World Service key facts from the BBC Press Office
Pete Jackson Is Getting Married
Bigger Picture
Last Hour of the Last Day of Work

Question 5: Paul • New York Orlando Phoenix ________ San Diego San Francisco Bay Area Seattle/Tacoma St.

Question 6:
Where does BBC World Service come from?

Question 7: The World Service uses a mediumwave transmitter at ________ to provide English-language coverage to Europe, including on the frequency 648 kHz (which can be heard in the south-east of England).
SuffolkOrford NessRiver AldeOrford, Suffolk

Question 8: The Persian service is essentially the national broadcaster of ________, along with its Iranian audience.
Central Intelligence AgencyAfghanistanNon-Aligned MovementNATO

Question 9: Though for a few years in the 1970s, ________ was used as the interval, the Bow Bells were soon reintroduced.
St Dunstan's, StepneySt Clement EastcheapSt Clement DanesOranges and Lemons

Question 10: Transmission facilities in the UK and Cyprus have been supplemented by the former BBC Eastern Relay Station in ________ and the Far Eastern Relay Station in Singapore.
United Arab EmiratesSaudi ArabiaOmanQatar







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