BBC World Service WC Preview

BBC World Service WC Preview

Post by ramas.. » Sat, 11 Jun 1994 23:29:56

        With the Football World Cup just a week away,
        I am sure that the World Service of BBC will have
        some preview programming. I would appreciate it
        if someone would please post the timings for it.

        Thanks (no flames on England/WC pls).

        Enjoy the World Cup.

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BBC World Service WC Preview

Post by Oliver T » Sun, 12 Jun 1994 00:44:13



>    With the Football World Cup just a week away,
>    I am sure that the World Service of BBC will have
>    some preview programming. I would appreciate it
>    if someone would please post the timings for it.

The fifth (and last) part of BBC's series "All The World's
A Football Pitch" will focus on Japan's 2002 bid as well
as the J-league.  This program will air on BBC World Service
Radio on June 12 at 2015 GMT, June 13 at 0445 GMT (not available
in Europe and the North American satellite feeds as "NEWSHOUR" will
be aired on these feeds) and 0915 GMT.  

In North America, try 15260 kHz at 2015 GMT (targeted to South America)
and 5975 kHz at 0445 GMT (targeted to North America from Antigua).

The BBC World Service will broadcast the second half of Germany-
Bolivia match LIVE on June 17 at 2005-2100 GMT (try 15260 kHz in North
America).  

The BBC will also broadcast the second-half of the
Russia-Cameroon match on June 24 LIVE at 2100-2200 GMT to AFRICA ONLY
on 15400 kHz.

 
 
 

BBC World Service WC Preview

Post by Alex Johns » Sun, 12 Jun 1994 04:49:57

:       With the Football World Cup just a week away,
:       I am sure that the World Service of BBC will have
:       some preview programming. I would appreciate it
:       if someone would please post the timings for it.

Waveguide lists no special preview programs on the World Service, but the
weekly three-hour SportsWorld show (Saturday at 14.00 GMT) is almost
certain to have a segment on the 11th.

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Alex Johnson

Washington, D.C.