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Britishinformal the time at which religious programmes are usually broadcast on television or radio. Some people consider this word offensive.
a film or television programme that has the form of a serious documentary about a subject but is intended to make jokes about it and make it look silly
a television or radio broadcast that gives you information about recent events, read by a newsreader with special reports by correspondents
American a news programme. Someone who reads the news during a newscast is a newscaster.
British a television or radio programme that is not made in a studio but in another building or outside in a street etc
British a radio or television programme that people phone with their questions or comments. The usual American word is call-in.
television programmes that are sent to your television using satellite communications
a television or radio series about the imaginary lives of a group of people. A soap opera is often simply called a soap.
radio programmes in which the presenters discuss subjects with people who telephone them during the programme
business done using interactive television
a long television programme that provides entertainment with the purpose of raising money for charity (=organizations that help people)
the situation of the United Kingdom leaving the European UnionBuzzWord Article
a hatred of certain sounds, such as sniffling, mouth noises, breathing or lip smackingadd a word