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Most recent 20 results returned for keyword: BBC Breakfast (Search this on MAP)

https://plus.google.com/113912312914183058790 Sea Spa - Medford Square Massage : Scoliosis SOS - BBC Breakfast
Scoliosis SOS - BBC Breakfast
Watch the video: Scoliosis SOS - BBC Breakfast
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https://plus.google.com/104487009758727990845 Brock Election : Nigel Farage on BBC Breakfast #ukip
Nigel Farage on BBC Breakfast #ukip
Watch the video: Nigel Farage on BBC Breakfast, 22nd April 2015
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https://plus.google.com/104487009758727990845 Brock Election : Ed Miliband on BBC Breakfast #labour
Ed Miliband on BBC Breakfast #labour
Watch the video: Ed Miliband on BBC Breakfast, 21st April 2015
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https://plus.google.com/115768630207199487352 muckletoon : New stamp issued to commemorate latest Royal reptile. 'The Duchess of Cambridge admitted to hospital...
New stamp issued to commemorate latest Royal reptile. 'The Duchess of Cambridge admitted to hospital in labour. The new baby will be fourth in line to the throne, behind its grandfather Prince Charles, father Prince William and brother Prince George.

On Thursday, during an official engagement, Prince Charles said he was hoping the duchess gave birth to a girl.

Prime Minister David Cameron told BBC Breakfast it was "very exciting news".'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-32562117

#princewilliam   #royalreptile   #rosemarysbaby   #katewindsor  
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https://plus.google.com/105823352328241007816 David Nieper : Our client David Nieper is on BBC Breakfast this morning, thanks to Steph McGovern for the photo 
Our client David Nieper is on BBC Breakfast this morning, thanks to Steph McGovern for the photo 
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https://plus.google.com/106153290854937732025 David Nieper : Our client David Nieper is on BBC Breakfast this morning, thanks to Steph McGovern for the photo 
Our client David Nieper is on BBC Breakfast this morning, thanks to Steph McGovern for the photo 
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https://plus.google.com/117097450921515372798 Thomas Cunningham : Some weather and BBC Breakfast Lets start with BBC Scotland Weather and Gillian. I realise I didn't ...
Some weather and BBC Breakfast
Lets start with BBC Scotland Weather and Gillian. I realise I didn't get any Judith Ralston as most had a red letter day. Yesterday was ITV weather forum with lots at London, the following is from Guy Phillips ITV twitter So I checked who did national weath...
Some weather and BBC Breakfast
Lets start with BBC Scotland Weather and Gillian. I realise I didn't get any Judith Ralston as most had a red letter day. Yesterday was ITV weather forum with lots at London, the following is from Guy Phillips ITV twitter S...
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https://plus.google.com/110019796479273200838 Ellen Carroll : Our client David Nieper is on BBC Breakfast this morning, thanks to Steph McGovern for the photo 
Our client David Nieper is on BBC Breakfast this morning, thanks to Steph McGovern for the photo 
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https://plus.google.com/106703229250384738129 Manchester News : Status Quo all smiles in sunny Salford for BBC Breakfast appearance VIEW GALLERY Status Quo were spotted...
Status Quo all smiles in sunny Salford for BBC Breakfast appearance

VIEW GALLERY Status Quo were spotted in sunny Salford this morning. Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt from the rockers were in the region to appear on BBC Breakfast. The pair had taken time out of their stripped-back ‘Aquostic’ national tour, which heads to Wolverhampton Civic Hall next to take a seat on the sofas at the BBC studios at MediaCityUK. The tour culminates with a date at London’s iconic Albert Hall on April 30. There was no signs of animosity between the band’s lead singers, who insisted on giving separate interviews to M.E.N. sister paper The Mirror earlier this week because they ‘no longer speak’. Rick also confirmed the band would split after this latest tour, despite being together for nearly 50 years. The 66-year-old added: “When we are not working, Francis has his life , I have mine. We go and reap the benefits of our success. “Unless there is a band issue we don’t speak.” But appearing to put any differences aside, The Rockin’ All Over The World duo looked dapper in suit jackets and smart jeans as they met fans and filmed a segment by the Quays waterside. They were of course pictured over the water from Old Trafford, home of the club they famously recorded 1994’s Come On You Reds with, which was released four weeks after Manchester United won the FA Cup, beating Chelsea 4-0 in the final. Source: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/
Status Quo all smiles in sunny Salford for BBC Breakfast appearance

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https://plus.google.com/110756408484568756424 HornchurchLife : Exasperated BBC Presenter Threw A 'Proper Strop' On BBC Breakfast
Exasperated BBC Presenter Threw A 'Proper Strop' On BBC Breakfast
Exasperated BBC Presenter Threw A 'Proper Strop' On BBC Breakfast
An frustrated BBC Breakfast presenter was caught on camera as she stormed off exasperated with technical problems. Steph McGovern was reporting live from a candle factory when her sound stopped working, leading the programme to cut back to the stu...
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https://plus.google.com/104487009758727990845 Brock Election : David Laws #LibDems, BBC Breakfast
David Laws #LibDems, BBC Breakfast
Watch the video: David Laws on Lib Dem Manifesto, BBC Breakfast, 15th April 2015
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With Signing. From BBC News.
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https://plus.google.com/100175498851595503678 The Huffington Post UK : Exasperated BBC Breakfast presenter Steph McGovern threw a 'proper strop' that was caught on camera ...
Exasperated BBC Breakfast presenter Steph McGovern threw a 'proper strop' that was caught on camera

By +Louise Ridley 

An frustrated BBC Breakfast presenter was caught on camera as she stormed off exasperated with technical problems.

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https://plus.google.com/110028199765773931762 Segway Polo Club of Barbados : Great coverage on BBC Breakfast leading up to the first International Segway Polo Tournament in the ...
Great coverage on BBC Breakfast leading up to the first International Segway Polo Tournament in the UK, which will be held on April 18/19 in Rugby, England #segwaypolo   #sportofequals  
Watch the video: Segway polo BBC Breakfast with Mike Bushell
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https://plus.google.com/112965315986400408083 Jose Arcesio Gutierrez Arias : The Notebook star Ryan Gosling admitted he was 'ashamed' after his phone interrupted a BBC Breakfast...
The Notebook star Ryan Gosling admitted he was 'ashamed' after his phone interrupted a BBC Breakfast interview.
The Telegraph 1 h  ·  The Notebook  star Ryan Gosling admitted he was 'ashamed' after his phone interrupted a  BBC Breakfast  interview. Ver traducción Ryan Gosling's phone goes off on BBC Breakfast TELEGRAPH.CO.UK
The Notebook star Ryan Gosling admitted he was 'ashamed' after his phone interrupted a BBC Breakfast interview.
The Telegraph 1 h ·  The Notebook star Ryan Gosling admitted he was 'ashamed' after his phone interrupted a BBC Breakfast interview. Ver traducción Ryan Gosling's phone goes off on BBC Breakfast ...
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https://plus.google.com/117870784963099546718 Autism Acceptance Digest : We must tackle disability prejudice if all young people are to enjoy the arts 9 April 2015, Nicky Goulder...
We must tackle disability prejudice if all young people are to enjoy the arts
9 April 2015, Nicky Goulder, The Guardian
 
Young people face many barriers that can hinder their access to the arts and culture, such as a lack of family support, a low-income background, preconceptions of what the arts are and who they are for, as well as an individual’s concept of identity.
 
How is this different for young people with disabilities?
 
Disability is a complex arena of diverse behavioural, physical and emotional needs. To propose a one-size-fits-all solution is misguided, but there are some common challenges people with disabilities experience.
 
The most obvious is physical access to venues. A recent survey by BBC Breakfast of the 10 largest music venues in the country found that, of the seven which responded, fewer than 1% of their seats were accessible for wheelchairs. A lack of railings and lifts combined with an over-dependence on steps are physically stopping those in a wheelchair from accessing the arts.
 
In addition to physical barriers, Arts Council England reports that disabled people are much less likely to participate in cultural activities because of negative attitudes and prejudice, inflexible ways of working, exclusion from education and lack of transport.
 
At Create (our mission is to use the power of the arts to transform lives) many parents of children with Autism tell us that they find it difficult, if not impossible, to take them to cultural events because of other’s attitudes. Young people with disabilities may find it more difficult to sit still quietly, which can cause friction in hushed arts venues. Autistic children may also have a negative reaction to crowds or unfamiliar spaces, so there are behavioural issues in opening the arts to everyone.
 
According to the Office of Disability Issues, one in 20 children has a disability, which means there are 770,000 under-16s facing additional barriers to their creative fulfilment. That’s the equivalent of London’s 02 Arena filled more than 38 times. If we are to take accessibility to the arts seriously, we need to tackle disability prejudice, which is fuelled by a lack of understanding.
 
This year, at Create, we are taking our multi-artform creative:connection project to eight locations across the country: Buckinghamshire, Cumbria, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, London, Manchester and Middlesex, with more being considered. The project pairs special educational needs and mainstream schools, bringing together students with a wide range of skills and abilities to create art, writing, music, drama or dance. Many of the students have Autism, attention deficit hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities, musculoskeletal Disorders or sensory impairments. The project draws on each participant’s unique gifts and contributions to enable them to produce collaborative work that everyone is proud of.
 
Workshops are facilitated by Create’s professional artists, including award-winning photographer Tracey Fahy, performance artist Daniel Lehan and novelist Cheryl Moskowit, to enable everyone who takes part to reach their creative potential.
 
First, we bring the creative arts into a space that the young people are already able to access. Second, we create a welcoming environment where everyone’s ideas are encouraged and abilities celebrated. We’re giving these young people the opportunity to learn from professional artists without having to navigate inaccessible venues or be intimidated by social or behavioural norms. They come away feeling confident, enthused and inspired.
 
National statistics show that 65% of people avoid disabled people because they don’t know how to act around them, while 67% say they feel uncomfortable when talking to a disabled person. A survey by Scope and Mumsnet also found that four in 10 parents said their disabled child rarely or never had the opportunity to socialise with non-disabled children.
 
This project has been designed to bring disabled and non-disabled students together to create friendships and a shared understanding. Not all communication is verbal – which the creative arts are a great way to show. By encouraging these young people to work together, listen to one another and explore communication through sound, music, art and movement, we’re breaking down some of those social barriers and strengthening bonds between disabled and non-disabled people.
 
As one girl involved in creative:connection said:
My uncle is disabled and I have always struggled to communicate with him, so I think this has really helped. I learnt that talking isn’t the only form of communication.
 
Not only did she develop confidence in her creative abilities, she also grew closer to her uncle as a result of this way of working.
 
Disability prejudice and access to the arts are related. Both disabled and non-disabled people can noticeably benefit from people with disabilities having access to the arts. As the Arts Council believes, every child and young person has the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts. But for this to happen, we need to be thinking beyond established venues and cultural institutions. We must think harder and better about how we can take creative opportunities to these young people.
 
It is possible for disabled people to participate fully in the arts – the key is to create a welcoming environment where everyone is accepted for who they are. Through collaboration, encouraging diversity in our social groups and enhancing people’s understanding of disability, the arts can help us tackle both disability prejudice and accessibility, moving towards a fairer, more caring and more inclusive society.
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https://plus.google.com/109502695021109007348 The Double Glazing & Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme : #ThrowBackThursday @DGCOS on BBC Breakfast News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOqegitlMq0
#ThrowBackThursday @DGCOS on BBC Breakfast News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOqegitlMq0
Watch the video: DGCOS on BBC Breakfast News
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BBC Breakfast news talks to DGCOS about the reputation of the double glazing industry and how DGCOS can help restore trust and protect consumers.
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https://plus.google.com/104067039492087780059 IT Digital World : GP Zoe Norris speaks to BBC Breakfast about a BMA survey which suggests that longer appointments and...
GP Zoe Norris speaks to BBC Breakfast about a BMA survey which suggests that longer appointments and better funding are needed to improve services.
15 Questions You Wish You Could Ask on a First Date
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https://plus.google.com/106171098151491767116 THE ENTERTAINMENT : GP Zoe Norris speaks to BBC Breakfast about a BMA survey which suggests that longer appointments and...
GP Zoe Norris speaks to BBC Breakfast about a BMA survey which suggests that longer appointments and better funding are needed to improve services.
15 Questions You Wish You Could Ask on a First Date
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