The World Today was BBC World Service's high profile, Sony Radio Academy Award-winning, early morning news and current affairs programme, which as of 27 March 2011 was broadcast from 3:00 to 8:30 (GMT) daily. It consisted of news bulletins on the hour and half hour, serious international interviews and in-depth reports of world news. The World Service considered it to be one of their most important strands, as shown in 2011 when it was kept as one of four key outlets. It was announced on 27 June 2012 that both The World Today and Network Africa were to be axed, and from 23 July 2012 a new programme entitled Newsday would take their slot.

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  • The World Today was BBC World Service's high profile, Sony Radio Academy Award-winning, early morning news and current affairs programme, which as of 27 March 2011 was broadcast from 3:00 to 8:30 (GMT) daily. It consisted of news bulletins on the hour and half hour, serious international interviews and in-depth reports of world news. The World Service considered it to be one of their most important strands, as shown in 2011 when it was kept as one of four key outlets. It was announced on 27 June 2012 that both The World Today and Network Africa were to be axed, and from 23 July 2012 a new programme entitled Newsday would take their slot. (en)
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  • The World Today was BBC World Service's high profile, Sony Radio Academy Award-winning, early morning news and current affairs programme, which as of 27 March 2011 was broadcast from 3:00 to 8:30 (GMT) daily. It consisted of news bulletins on the hour and half hour, serious international interviews and in-depth reports of world news. The World Service considered it to be one of their most important strands, as shown in 2011 when it was kept as one of four key outlets. It was announced on 27 June 2012 that both The World Today and Network Africa were to be axed, and from 23 July 2012 a new programme entitled Newsday would take their slot. (en)
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