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Part of the CBBC show TMi, with Matt Lewis who plays Neville Longbottom
6 Dec 2009
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9 Jul 2009
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8 Jul 2008
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Extrait d'un docu-road-movie Réalisé et produit par Rajiv. >> Introducing to the Youth News Exchanges network! Entrez dans l'univers fascinant de l'underground du réseau européen d'échanges de programmes pour nos enfants. (Réseau sur lequel est notamment basé l'Eurovision!) Dans cet extrait les représentants des programmes orientés jeunesse sont réunis à CBBC (UK) pour leur meeting annuel, voici un no-comment de 5 minutes sur un fond de Samourai de Shurikn! qu'en pensez vous? Bientot le prochain épisode! Interviews exclusives de Gwen animatrice des Niouzz sur Ladeuj (RTBF) et de son homologue de LC2 au Bénin+ le bétiser à ne pas rater!
28 Sep 2007
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Great new animated children's television series about to start on CBBC
17 Jan 2008
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u can find it on the cbbc website it`s realy funny!!! go to:*******www.bbc******/cbbc/games/?category
30 Apr 2008
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This is like CBBC Chinz except its our own version You will meet lovely Karen!!!!!!! By - Smallpersonels P.S. Please comment and watch TELL EVERY1 ABOUT US!!!
22 Sep 2008
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China and India are two of the largest and fastest growing economies in the world, but what are the differences and how would you choose which is right for you? We talked with emerging markets specialists Stephen Philips, Chief Executive of the China-Britain Business Council, Ian Coleman, Partner and Head of Emerging Markets at PricewaterhouseCoopers UK, and Chris Runckel President of Runckel and Associates. Chris Runckel: There really is no one China, you have china that’s along the Eastern sea board which now is a very, actually a more a more advanced developing area for doing business. It has very good infrastructure, road systems, very good communications system in the major cities. You have modern buildings, a lot of the accoutrements that any business would be looking for. Then you have the western area of the country which tends to be much poorer, much less developed, infrastructure is starting to go in there. The government is making a push to install infrastructure through the western region and it’s coming up but really the cost of internal shipping inside China and some of the other costs that are added in a project still makes western China not as attractive are as it might be. Stephen Philips: For most businesses they’re going to be focussing on the more urban areas, but those urban areas aren’t just Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, there are many cities across China that have more than a million people which is unlike the UK clearly. CBBC itself has got offices in 11 cities across China, most of those cities most British people will not even have heard of. Chongqing in the west of China for instance, it’s an urban area, has got 30 million people, half the size of the UK and yes it’s probably somewhere that the vast majority of people have never heard of. Chris Runckel: For the west you have India which is a very, very good location for lower cost projects which have more labour content in them. Fairly good protection of intellectual property, some significant issues for biotech where there’s not intellectual protection but there could be. But in many, and still with significant in terms of infrastructure, bureaucracy but definitely worth a look. Ian Coleman: If one compared China with India, two of the sort of largest emerging markets, everyone talks about them. These are hugely different beasts. You have a very well established entrepreneurial frame work in India; you don’t have it in China. There are linguistic differences. People often don’t understand India remains a hugely poor country, one of the biggest recipients of foreign aid, as well as being one of the biggest recipients of foreign direct investment, what a contrast. You have a GDP per head in China three times the level of India so China has a much larger middle class population. India is a much more polarised spread of wealth, far more extremely wealthy people so if you a luxury good manufacturer India might be more attractive than China. If you’re looking for a mass market retail type of proposition China looks hugely attractive. The Indian retail market is massively fragmented. China [has] the opportunity to build national distribution, huge opportunities. See more business news television shows featuring these experts, as they give their top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
9 Feb 2009
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Every CBBC cartoon character under one roof! The Cartoon Works is a feast of animation in one big factory of fun and games and cartoons to watch. What are you waiting for? Get over there now and check it out! *******www.bbc******/cbbc/cartoonworks Produced by: *******www****pletecontrol******
19 Dec 2008
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children in need peter kay animation single first Peter Kay BBC Children in Need postman pat flower pot CBBC Cbeebies BBC Children In Need 2009 Official Single Song Peter Kay PLEASE DONATE children in need peter kay animation single spongebob bob the builder 100 celebrities amazing funny hilarious charity pingu CHILDREN IN NEED 2009 ANIMATED MEDLEY VIDEO SINGLE PETER KAY CARTOON FIREMAN SAM CHARACTERS Children In Need 2009 Peter Kay's Animated Single BBC One 20.11.09 HQ Peter Kay
11 Dec 2009
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*******www.theprofitexperts******, *******www.losspreventionvideos****, Romeo Richards, Do you know the cost of employee errors to your retail store? Do you know how many sales you need to make to recover losses causes by an incident of employee error? Employee errors in pricing, accounting and receiving contribute approximately 18% of retail shrinkage; this equates to £18,623 in losses to an average supermarket or store and almost £49,679 in losses to a superstore. This means that a store or supermarket that operates with a 1% net profit will need to make an additional £3million in annual sales in order to recover profit lost due to employee errors. By the same measure a typical hyper store will need to increase its sales by £8million. Therefore, it you are a Wal-Mart, Tesco or Metro you will need to increase your sales by 0.3% to recover the loss of a can of baked beans that was left to expire. Loss prevention activities in most retail organisations are never focused on employee error for them retail loss prevention is synonymous with retail fraud; therefore the majority of their activities are geared towards theft and fraud prevention leaving the issue of employee error unabated. This e-book aims to change the retail perception of loss prevention. We are aware that even when the issue of employee error is discussed, the focus is mostly on errors such as pricing, administrating or accounting, with scant or no attention paid to merchandising, procurement, order picking or procedural errors that are responsible for a large percentage of losses within retail organisations. This e-book delves into those types of errors and much more. We broke employee errors down into administrative, shop floor, cashier and warehouse errors. If any retailer read this e-book and applied the principles within it, they will be able to reduce their incidents of employee error by 12% in as little as 90 days. Your will learn • What Constitutes as Retail Employee Error • How to Calculate the Cost of Employee Error • How to Calculate Additional Sales Required to Recover Losses Caused by Employee Error • Types of Employee Error • How to Reduce Employee Error • The Ultimate Employee Error Prevention Formula • How to Apply the Lessons from This E-Book to Your Business This video is suitable for individuals involved with the following terms: manchester evening news, evening news, men, rochdale observer, david Charlton, manchester news, jobs in manchester, men news, stockport, manchester city news, jobs in, manchester weather, matt busby, tameside advertiser, tyson fury, my protein, javier Hernandez, itn education, free press, jobs in Oldham, manchester, m.e.n, rooney hair, man city, advertiser, man utd fixtures, macclesfield express, weather manchester, salford advertiser, daniel mays, mediacityuk, media city, mediacity, mediacity uk, media city courses, parking at media city, hotel media city, media city salford, the green house, greenhouse, media city address, media city courses salford, green house, salford quays, holiday inn media city, holiday inn media, city jobs, manchester, uk address, restaurants, salford university courses at media, hotel apartments, coffee shop, shop at, paul newman, city hotel, offices in, manchester jobs, city in, uk manchester, bbc news, weather, bbc weather, bbc sport, doctor who, iplayer, radio 1, london riots, news, bbc iplayer, mortgage calculator, bbc football, weather forecast, bbc Arabic, cbbc, bbc radio, bbc tieng viet, dr who, cbeebies, learning english, i player, london weather, weather London, world news, bbc world news, bbc news live, recipes, bbc persian, bbc learning english, radio 2
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*******www.theprofitexperts******, *******www.losspreventionvideos****, Romeo Richards, Where do you think the majority of the people who shoplift from your store live? Answer: About 5 to 7 miles radius from your store. Where do many of your employees live? Answer: About 5 to 7 miles radius from your store. If your employee and shoplifters live in the same community, eat in the same restaurant, swim in the same pool and play football together, can you really trust all of your employees? The majority of retail employees are decent people who go to work each day to serve their customers and make their living. However, there are the rotten apples that contaminate the good names of the rest. The reality is employee theft is part of the dynamics of any business. It is especially rampant in the retail environment because of retail employee's immediate access to high value items and money. Taking advantage of their positions (access to security information, keys and security codes etc.), dishonest retail employees are capable of inflicting more damage on their employers than shoplifters. The average customer related theft costs a retailer £66, while the average employee theft is estimated to cost retailers £1,318. Due to their proximity to the system, employee theft is difficult to detect. It takes an average of 18 months to detect retail employee theft. Most instances of employee theft go undetected for years, especially if the individual involved is a store manager or in a senior management position. This e-book is an instructional guide to retailers to show them how to minimise and prevent employee theft in their stores. Like shoplifting most incidents of employee theft occur because the opportunity exists. When retailers remove the opportunity, they can reduce the possibilities. This e-book will show retailers how to remove the opportunities that allow employee theft in their stores. You will learn: • Why Employees Steal • The Process of Employee Theft • Signs of Employee Theft • How to Calculate the Cost of Employee Theft • How to Prevent Employee Theft • How Technology Can Help Prevent Employee Theft • The Ultimate Employee Theft Prevention Formula This video is suitable for individuals involved with the following terms: bbc news, weather, bbc weather, bbc sport, doctor who, iplayer, radio 1, london riots, news, bbc iplayer, mortgage calculator, bbc football, weather forecast, bbc Arabic, cbbc, bbc radio, bbc tieng viet, dr who, cbeebies, learning english, i player, london weather, weather London, world news, bbc world news, bbc news live, recipes, bbc persian, bbc learning english, radio 2, Entrepreneurship, Schaum's Quick Guide to Business Formulas: 201 Decision-Making Tools for Business, Finance, and Accounting Students, Schaum's Quick Guide to Business Formulas, Schaum's Quick Guide to Business, Investment Banks, Hedge Funds and Private Equity, Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street (a John Hope Franklin Center Book), Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street, Liquidated, Essentials of Marketing Research (with Qualtrics Card), Essentials of Marketing Research, Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery Second Edition, Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, Sustainable Construction, The Savvy Musician: Building a Career Earning a Living & Making a Difference, The Savvy Musician, Systems Analysis and Design, canada, honda recall, canada travel news, canada 411, global tv, vitamin d, canada news, canada****, global, edmonton journal, globaltv, diabetes symptoms, symptoms of, varicose veins, citizen, canada travel, kindle canada, dog bites, montreal gazette, cipralex, dog bites shark, national, varicose veins treatment, canker sore, type 2 diabetes, vancouver, carpal tunnel symptoms, netflix canada, clothing optional resorts, chronic fatigue syndrome
25 Sep 2011
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They did not think it could happen...but it did.....Naive CBBC Blue Peter drawing competition winner accidentally opens the gates to hell and unleashes Jimmy Savile on poor little little mix
18 Nov 2012
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----- A series I film and edit. ---- Created by Benji Clifford. Penultimate episode. Norman is given the opportunity to pitch his script to a CBBC Producer, but a rival awaits him... Written by & Starring Christopher Thomson. Co-Starring: Benji Clifford James Dingle Guest Starring: Chris Johnson Camera Operator and Editor - Harry Callaghan Sound Recordist - Waqar Shah Produced by Christopher Thomson Directed by Harry Callaghan Apeiron Productions MMXII
22 Mar 2013
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A series I film and edit. =) ----- Created by Benji Clifford. Last in the series. In this final part, Norman's script has been stolen by his nemesis, Nigel, and his only chance is to race into London to the pitch with a CBBC Producer before Nigel can... Written by & Starring Christopher Thomson. Co-Starring: Benji Clifford James Dingle Josh Pryer Camera Operator & Editor - Harry Callaghan Music - Kevin McCleod (*******incompetech****) Sound Recordist - Waqar Shah Produced by Christopher Thomson Directed by Harry Callaghan Apeiron Productions MMXII Follow me if you want: =) Facebook: *******www.facebook****/#!/Harry101UK Twitter: Harry101UK -----
22 Mar 2013
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CBBC Ident - 2007
15 Oct 2008
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