From April 16, the audience of Belsat will be able to watch the exclusive materials of the BBC journalists.
We will be broadcasting BBC news and reports with the latest information from around the world, but with an emphasis on the events in the countries of the former USSR from Monday to Friday at 19:30 Belarusian time.
“We are very pleased that we can share our information with the audience of Belsat. The BBC offers reliable, independent and impartial journalism, which I think will interest the audience in Belarus,” said Artyom Liss, editor in chief of BBC World Service in Europe.
According to Agnieszka Romaszewska-Guzy, director of Belsat, closer cooperation with BBC is the recognition by British partners of the achievements of our journalists working in Belarus and Russia in very difficult conditions.
“It’s wonderful that we are starting to work with such a well-known organization and will be able to better meet the information needs of our viewers in Belarus and in neighboring countries,” says Agnieszka Romashevskaya-Guzy, head of the only independent television channel in Belarus.
International information services of the BBC are produced in 39 languages. Weekly, through radio, television and the Internet, the BBC’s information product is received by 346 million users from all over the world.
This week on the air of “Belsat” you can watch the following TV series produced by the BBC:
“Great expectations” (Saturday at 17:45);
“Andrew Marr’s History of the World” (Sunday at 17:20).
You can always find the TV program HERE.
Watch “Belsat” via satellite and on the Internet.