'Not us, guv' from all involved – except TiVo, which fixed it while blaming nameless third party NSFW-ish  The mystery began when a Reg reader wrote in to say their Xbox Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) was displaying an image of a suggestively posed semi-nude person alongside BBC4 while the channel was off air.…
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Grocers need to alter their business plans to adjust to the demanding needs of the consumers, which is a big challenge for all grocers.Hindered deliveries:This is also a big challenge for grocers due to pandemic.This is a big challenge for grocery businesses to deliver groceries on time.Fewer staff members:Less staff n the grocery stores have to deal with numerous people throughout the day.Isn’t it a good idea to stay open till 9 or 9:30 to gain more customers?Did you know that grocery chains are finding spaces in smaller areas to reach even the toughest areas to deliver their services?Tip №4: Create Job Opportunities for PeopleAs per a report by BBC, four out of five people’s jobs are hit by the pandemic.Goods that once were available in abundance are now limited and difficult to find, including toilet paper, sanitizers, water, milk, cleaning supplies, and much more.People are chasing for these essentials, constantly.And, hence, people have to rely on in-store groceries for satisfying their daily needs.But, since the world is online, it is essential to back up your business with a highly reliable app built by the professional dedicated development team.Tip №6: Silhouette Failure PointsMostly everyone is focusing on finding how to survive and enhance their business.
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Something about Melvyn Bragg you kids won't understand.
It arrived as a part of BBC Four’s marking of thirty years of the planet wide internet, that I believe is a bit counterintuitively.to it finish, there have been extremely illuminating contributions from the likes of Antonia García Martinez, a former product manager for Facebook, WHO spilled some beans.Oh, there have been mistakes by the remarkably pleasant, unassertive cleaners, of course, there were.there have been too rigid tips, permitting very little context or subtlety, and primarily revolving around nakedness, children, to a fault graphic war scenes, incitement to act of terrorism and, rather oddly, sin, that is that the richly Catholic Philippines will cowl a mess.It’s not real, it’s not a photograph, it’s not somebody WHO hasn’t consented; it’s simply an unadorned body with Trump’s face on that I don’t perceive why individuals assume somebody naked is foul, she whined, artfully.The worst came at the tip, with numerous Manila residents explaining why they’d all over their presumably comparatively remunerative – we tend to weren’t told the pay)jobs, thus sickened at the welter of hate, the uncleanness of the mental imagery, on their screens each day.
This evening, Matt and Luke Goss will return to BBC Four for a one-off A Night In With... show.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
Matt and Luke Goss, the thin men with wildly and suspiciously differing hairlines known as Bros, are to revive the thrill of their baffling documentary for BBC Four and have been handed the keys to the network to host an entire evening spectacular this summer.BBC Four is running Bros special A Night In With Bros in July, when the boys will introduce "...programming inspired by their childhood, their musical influences and long careers" and chat with their friends, with the evening culminating in a repeat of smash documentary Bros: After The Screaming Stops.The one where they revealed themselves as equal parts bonkers and charming as they attempted to make it look like they don't hate each other.It'll mean sitting next to each other for a few hours, mind, with Matt explaining: "Throughout our long careers, we have been inspired by so many musical influences, and we're so excited to take a walk down memory lane and share some of our most favourite moments that have led us to this point."
The meme-worthy documentary's success has led to a whole night of Bros-themed entertainment on the BBC.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
Comfort-watch millennium cultural time capsule sitcom Friends is still baffling people with its popularity, as a new generation of viewers – watching solely through streaming services – have made it the most popular thing to watch via paid digital services.According to some fairly impenetrable data released by Ofcom [PDF], Friends recorded more than twice as many streaming views as The Grand Tour during the first quarter of 2018, with the latter the second most streamed programme.Friends has an advantage in that all 2.7 million episodes of it were dumped on Netflix UK in one lump earlier this year, so there's quite the trove of Chandler being confused to get through.The stats only cover the "subscription video on demand" part of the viewing sector, so there are probably some BBC Four documentaries about caravanning that have been watched more than Friends in 2018.The world's not that far gone yet.[Media nations [PDF] via Sky News]
Get ready to break out that Union Jack bunting, as Eurovision is just around the corner.This year’s event marks the 63rd annual Song Contest, where countries from across the continent - and a select few others - battle it out at the campest event in the musical calendar.While it has arguably become rather political in recent years (something which we’re sure Brexit has done little to help), as a nation, we still can’t seem to get enough of it.The live semi-finals will be held on the Tuesday and Thursday prior to the final and broadcast on BBC Four.This year, the UK will be represented by former West End star SuRie, with her song ‘Storm’.The track was chosen during a special selection show on BBC Four earlier this year, where SuRie went up against five other singers in a battle to represent the UK.
Rylan Clark-Neal has said he is “absolutely thrilled” to be joining this year’s Eurovision presenting team.The ‘Big Brother’s Bit On The Side’ host will be joining Scott Mills on BBC Four for the semi-finals of the Song Contest as 37 countries compete for their place in the grand-final.He replaces previous co-host Mel Giedroyc, who will now serve as this year’s BBC Eurovision Spokesperson delivering the result of the UK vote live from London.Graham Norton will continue to provide his sardonic commentary on the night of the live final on BBC One, while Ken Bruce will also host Radio 2′s coverage.Of joining the line-up Rylan said: “After an amazing evening at ‘Eurovision: You Decide’ I’m absolutely thrilled to be saying I can’t wait to join the Eurovision family and host the semi-finals alongside Scott for the UK this year.“As a massive fan of Eurovision I’ve already cracked out my Union Jack Spice Girl jacket and am packed and primed and ready to take on Lisbon.”
To promote its Friday night dedication to musical programming, BBC Four has stripped three iconic performances of all their melody to prove that ‘everything is better with music’.BBC archive gigs from Iggy Pop, Lionel Richie and Tina Turner are turned into surreal, almost comical performances simply by wiping the vocals, backing melody and audience reaction.The songs, usually identifiable as Lust for Life, My Destiny and Steamy Windows respectively, are distorted beyond recognition, with only bespoke sound effects added back in to capture the ambient sounds of the stage.The three trails were created by BBC Creative in collaboration with YouTuber and master audio manipulator Mario Wienerroither.More performances will be revealed in the following weeks to promote BBC Four as the channel for music fans on Friday nights.Susan Ayton, creative director for BBC Creative, said: “We’ve taken legendary music performances and re-imagined them without the music, often with hilarious results.
The new service will have a budget of £30m about the same as BBC Four , and will broadcast every night from 7pm until midnight - with a nightly 9pm news bulletin.To make it happen, the corporation is planning to employ 80 new journalists and will also be splashing £20m on a new programming budget, for BBC Scotland to make more programmes that will be shown across the UK.It s a big deal, not just for TV viewers but for politics too: In effect, the BBC is admitting that it thinks that Scotland will probably become independent from the rest of Britain sooner rather than later.You don t need to be a political scientist or a psychic to know that politics is undergoing some enormous shifts: In 2014, 45% of Scots voted for independence.Which means that in just a few years time, Scotland could no longer be part of the UK, creating a bureaucratic mess that will make Brexit look like a primary school maths problem by comparison.Instead of dividing up the CD collection, Scotland and the rest of the UK rUK are going to have to divvy up everything from pension pots to nuclear submarines.
The new service will have a budget of £30m (about the same as BBC Four), and will broadcast every night from 7pm until midnight - with a nightly 9pm news bulletin.To make it happen, the corporation is planning to employ 80 new journalists and will also be splashing £20m on a new programming budget, for BBC Scotland to make more programmes that will be shown across the UK.It’s a big deal, not just for TV viewers but for politics too: In effect, the BBC is admitting that it thinks that Scotland will probably become independent from the rest of Britain sooner rather than later.You don’t need to be a political scientist or a psychic to know that politics is undergoing some enormous shifts: In 2014, 45% of Scots voted for independence.Which means that in just a few years time, Scotland could no longer be part of the UK, creating a bureaucratic mess that will make Brexit look like a primary school maths problem by comparison.Instead of dividing up the CD collection, Scotland and the rest of the UK (rUK) are going to have to divvy up everything from pension pots to nuclear submarines.
You may soon have to tell the BBC how old you are and what your post code is in order to watch stuff on iPlayer, that's if relatively new BBC boss Lord Hall has his way.The move would be the first part in a painful process to somehow stop people without license fees from watching everything on YouTube.We would like to do postcode and date of birth."That's not really enough data to see if someone in your area has paid the license fee, though -- and it's not that hard to "hack" this process by sticking in your legally sound mum or dad's post code and birthdays in anyway.So it'd probably be used mostly for suggesting relevant BBC Four documentaries, like if you're born before 1975 you get the ones about caravanning, Bob Dylan and the history of certain typefaces automatically suggested upon sign in.Make sure to check out our @GizmodoUK Twitter feed, and our Facebook page.
You may soon have to tell the BBC how old you are and what your post code is in order to watch stuff on iPlayer, that's if relatively new BBC boss Lord Hall has his way.The move would be the first part in a painful process to somehow stop people without license fees from watching everything on YouTube.We would like to do postcode and date of birth."That's not really enough data to see if someone in your area has paid the license fee, though -- and it's not that hard to "hack" this process by sticking in your legally sound mum or dad's post code and birthdays in anyway.So it'd probably be used mostly for suggesting relevant BBC Four documentaries, like if you're born before 1975 you get the ones about caravanning, Bob Dylan and the history of certain typefaces automatically suggested upon sign in.Make sure to check out our @GizmodoUK Twitter feed, and our Facebook page.
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