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Brazil anyone ?

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Brazil anyone ?

No need to actually go there, unless for the Atmosphere...

BBC Blog
With less than eight months until the first ball is kicked in the Arena de São Paulo, the BBC’s production teams are honing their plans and addressing the many challenges faced from covering a World Cup in a country more than 30 times the size of the UK. 
The month-long 2014 World Cup will take place in 12 cities across 2 different time zones.
The good news for audiences in the UK is that nearly all matches will kick-off between 5pm and 11pm BST.
All the matches will be shown live on TV by the BBC and our long-standing broadcast partners for the tournament, ITV.
The BBC will be offering more content than ever for this World Cup, with an aspiration to deliver a ‘24-hour service’, personalised according to whatever device or platform that audiences want to use.
More....
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/aboutthebbc/posts/Rooting-the-BBC-at-the-heart-of-the-2014-FIFA-World-Cup
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Re: Brazil anyone ?

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The good news for audiences in the UK is that nearly all matches will kick-off between 5pm and 11pm BST.

You mean the good news for businesses  Grin
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The good news for audiences in the UK is that nearly all matches will kick-off between 5pm and 11pm BST.

Hardly surprising - they're only 2 or 3 hours time difference!
Geoff,
York.