How can I watch BBC World Service online?
BBC World News is available via a high quality stream on Livestation worldwide (excluding the UK, US, China, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia due to rights restrictions). Just type http://www.livestation.com into the browser on your device.
How do I get BBC World Service?
BBC World Service is one of the channels available to Sky Digital subscribers, channel 0115. BBC World Service can be heard overnight, from 0100 to 0530 hours UK time, on the BBC Radio 4 frequencies 92-95 FM and 198 kHz long wave.
Can you play BBC World Service?
You can still play World Service. Due to the issues we are experiencing, some content may be unavailable.
Is the BBC world service free?
BBC World Service radio stream live and for free.
Can you get BBC on YouTube TV?
You can watch BBC America through any of the following streaming services: Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, DIRECTV STREAM, and YouTube TV. These streaming services allow you to watch BBC America on streaming devices, mobile devices, and online.
Can I watch BBC World News on YouTube?
Description Welcome to the official BBC News YouTube channel. Our YouTube channel has all this and more, bringing you specially selected clips from the world’s most trusted news source. Tune into BBC World News for 24 hour news on TV.
How do I find World Service?
You can also listen to the World Service on Freeview channel 710, or Freesat channel 711 or Sky channel 0115. It’s also broadcast on Radio 4 overnight in the early hours from 1.00am to 5.20am.
How can I listen to BBC World Service in the UK?
In the UK, BBC World Service radio in English is available on DAB, online, mobile and on all digital TV platforms. Across Western Europe, BBC World Service radio in English is available via internet radio, mobile, online and on satellite TV.
Is BBC World Service on DAB?
What is the difference between BBC News and BBC World Service?
BBC Global News output includes our international television, radio and international-facing news websites. The division comprises: BBC World Service is our international radio and online service in 33 languages and is publicly funded by a Parliamentary Grant-in-Aid (not the Licence Fee).