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Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

, with a number of CBC Radio channels, including the new services CBC Radio 3 and ''Bande à part (Bande à part (radio))''. Formation In 1958, Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Canada) John Diefenbaker's government passed a new Broadcasting Act, establishing the Board of Broadcast Governors (forerunner to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, or CRTC) as the governing body of Canadian broadcasting, thus ending the Canadian Broadcasting


Ecuador

her career in journalism in Sydney, Australia working as a daily news reporter. She then moved to Latin America, where she worked on a 26-part radio documentary series on indigenous (Indigenous peoples of the Americas) communities in Ecuador. From there she went to Cuba to work as a daily features producer at Radio Havana Cuba. This genus is confined to the Neotropics, occurring in Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, northern


Shanghai

Highway 312 , China's (People's Republic of China) 3000 mile (4800 kilometre) "mother road" stretching from Shanghai to the Gobi Desert. Gifford initially covered this journey in a seven-part radio series for NPR's program ''Morning Edition'', as one of his last journalistic projects in China.


Liverpool

met George Harrison and Stuart Sutcliffe, the Beatle (Beatles) who was a promising young artist but died of a brain haemorrhage in Hamburg in 1962. The 1980s Barrell made a four-part radio documentary series in the UK in 1987. Two parts, ''Welcome to the Post-Industrial Museum'' and ''Militants on Merseyside'', were about the industrial decline of Liverpool and the control of the city council by the Militant Tendency; and the other two were about the British press


Boston

) "mother road" stretching from Shanghai to the Gobi Desert. Gifford initially covered this journey in a seven-part radio series for NPR's program ''Morning Edition'', as one of his last journalistic projects in China. commons:Boston


India

with them the CPI m-l Prajaprathighatana party.at june2011 the andhra regeinol committe of CPI M-L Prajaprathighatana majority members are joined to CPI M-L janasakthi under the presidency of com Vijayakumar. In 1947, the BBC sent MacNeice to report on Indian independence and partition (Partition of India), and he continued to produce plays for the corporation, including a six-part radio adaptation of Goethe's ''Faust'' in 1949. 1948's collection of poems, ''Holes in the Sky'', met with a less favourable reception than previous books. In 1950 he was given eighteen months' leave to become Director of the British Institute in Athens, run by the British Council. Patrick Leigh Fermor had previously been Deputy Director of the Institute, and he and his wife became close friends of the MacNeices. ''Ten Burnt Offerings'', poems written in Greece, were broadcast by the BBC in 1951 and published the following year. The MacNeices returned to England in August 1951, and Dan (who had been at an English boarding school) left for America in early 1952 to stay with his mother, to avoid national service. Dan would return to England in 1953, but went to live permanently with his mother after a legal battle with MacNeice. '''Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist)''' is a communist party in India. The party is one of many working under the name of CPI(ML). The party general secretary was Kanu Sanyal. The name of the party is identical to the original Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) formed in 1969, of which Sanyal was also a key leader, but Sanyal has stated that his party is not the same as this party Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Washington, D.C.

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