- n. Plural form of programme.
“The iPlayer site already allows downloading of certain programmes, but these are only available to watch for a certain time after download and then they expire.”
“This tv scheduling service allows your institution's staff and students to record programmes scheduled to be broadcast over the next seven days as well as retrieving programmes from the last seven days of recorded channels.”
“We are fortunate in Australia to have a TV channel which has the news programmes from the countries that our immigrants have come from - marvellous for them and marvellous for learning and practising.”
“Highly radioactive waste from the UK's old reactors and nuclear weapons programmes is currently dotted around the country in interim storage facilities.”
“His interactions will be tailored to the programmes onscreen as he gives his own cheeky slant on the Virgin1 brand so ensuring the movement between programmes is as entertaining as the shows themselves.”
“However, investment in literacy programmes is needed.”
“Long story short, the masses of time and money you will spend on these programmes is not worth it for any business.”
“That last part, about the publishing programmes, is very good news for us readers, as Quercus produces somejolly goodbooks by authors including Michael Walters, Colin Cotterill, Adrian Hyland, Martin Walker and many others (see Euro Crime or Petrona for reviews).”
“One of the most successful new programmes is Construction Contract, which features Iraqis rebuilding their homes after the devastation of the war.”
“He says students need to do research before they hand over money and look for companies that have long-term programmes in place, which not only offer money to projects, but also education and development.”
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