|It was launched on 11 March 2008||Other daily programmes are Nuqtat Hewar 16:06 GMT, a phone-in programme , and 15:00 GMT, looking at the news agenda from a social media perspective|
|By the end of World War II, the Literary Arabic language programme was three hours||History [ ] Origins [ ] In 1936, the BBC helped the set up the in , a medium wave radio broadcast|
Also during this time, the BBC was insistent that its established news standards not be compromised in the name of broadcasting Arabic-language British.3
|Plans to relaunch the channel were announced in October 2005 and broadcasting was to start in Autumn 2007, but was delayed until 2008||from the original on 14 May 2011|
|The channel broadcasts 24 hours a day, showing live news programmes mixed with current affairs programmes, documentaries and occasional light entertainment||Since BBC Arabic TV is not on the air yet, one can only speculate about what strategy the network will follow|
BBC Xtra Daily program Television programmes [ ]• Charles Pennethorne Hughes from 1948 Head Eastern Service [ ]• Ian Richardson, who was in charge of the first BBC TV Arabic, thinks the network is under funded.
|Arab Voices: The BBC Arabic Service 1938-1988||Steward Perowne 1938—39 First Editors [ ]• Amin, a senior editor at Transnational Broadcasting Studies|
|… The introduction of this service to the Middle East is a powerful boost to the burgeoning sense of confidence in news reporting and to the growth of press freedom and democracy in the region||Both will interact with one another|
Hosam El Sokkary foresees a code of ethics similar to the rest of the BBC.