Thursday, 15 October 2009

Radio News

If you want to listen to real English Radio you can visit BBC Radio Podcast.
Here you'll have a piece of last 9th BBC radio news script:

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Hi there, I'm Hayley from Newsround. It's Friday the 9th of October.
First - a big church service was held today in London to remember all the servicemen and women that died in the Iraq war. Hundreds of soldiers who fought in the conflict, as well as the Queen and the Prime Minister gathered at St Paul's Cathedral to pay their respects....
Mimi's dad fought in Iraq in 2004. He's safely home now, but she still remembers what it was like when he was away...
Next - President Barack Obama has won this year's Nobel Peace Prize. The award is given to someone who is thought to have done the most for world peace in the past year. It was given to Obama because the judges thought the President was doing a very good job of building better relationships between countries. But this is not the only Nobel Prize - there are awards for Physics, Chemistry, Literature, Medicine and Psychology. But what if you're really good at something that isn't included in these categories? We've been asking school pupils at Longsands College in Cambridgeshire, what new Nobel category they would most like to see.......
And finally as part of the ongoing mission to find out whether there is enough water on the moon to allow people to live there - the US space agency NASA has deliberately crashed a rocket into the moon. The idea is that the crash will throw up loads of material - which a satellite will then study for traces of water. Nasa scientists say finding water would make the possibility of living on the moon much more likely.
OK, that's all from the Newsround team. We're back on Monday.

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