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Africa Business Report - BBC Play

Africa Business Report - BBC

This Playlist highlights a selection of reports from a monthly look at business across the continent. Correspondents from the BBC talk to the people and businesses who are changing the economic face of Africa & within each country report on the growing trends and latest business developments in this region.

This is a good way for the business traveller and tourist alike to better understand the complexities and diversity of the continent of Africa.

Real Cities Play

Cities - The Real... - BBC Travel Documentaries

provided my "real Cities..." playlist that looked at major cities around the world, including Rio, Cairo, Hong Kong, Beirut and many more... The incredible part is that no-one in this community bothered looing into it. I've updated the page with more cities like Berlin, Istanbul, New York, Buenos Aires

Digital Content Agency and content partners provided multi-media content and services for the BBC World News series The Real, including, titles and incidental music, images and photographs, website design, build and hosting, domain name management and renewal, article and image editing and formatting, cloud services...

Chances are you have watched BBC World News on your travels while staying in a hotel, or sitting on a plane. If so, there is a good chance you have seen an episode from the BBC World News TV series, 'The Real'. Presenters on The Real take the viewer on an exploration of major cities finding unusual locations that tourists rarely see.

For more information, see http://www.digitalcontentagency.com/2010/01/04/bbc-world-new­s-the-real/ .

Tropic of Capricorn Play

The Tropic of Capricorn - BBC Travel Documentary

Simon Reeve presents a travel documentary as embarks on a journey along the Tropic of Capricorn, the line of latitude which cuts through Southern Africa, Australia and South America.

In the four-part BBC2 series Tropic of Capricorn, broadcast in 2008, Simon followed the southern border of the tropics region around the world.

While filming Tropic of Capricorn, Simon travelled through Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Mozambique, Madagascar, Western Australia, the Northern Territory, Queensland, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil.

The journey took him to stunning areas of the world, but it was also a chance for spontaneous discoveries about the changing global environment, poverty, globalisation, AIDS, the rise of the Chinese economy and the suffering of Africa.
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