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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BBCNEWS
50.4% of bbcnews's followers are female and 49.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.20%. The average number of likes per post is 34067 and the average number of comments is 598.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BBCNEWS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF BBCNEWS
- Travel & Tourism 52.08 %
- Beauty & Fashion 50.78 %
- Photography 47.76 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 39.61 %
- Art & Design 38.50 %
- Business & Careers 36.46 %
- Music 35.67 %
- Fitness & Yoga 35.15 %
- How-to & Style 34.61 %
- Luxury Goods 33.88 %
- Entertainment 33.56 %
- Movies and TV 33.10 %
- Technology & Science 32.50 %
Stormzy's stab-proof vest is up for a major design award. In June 2019, Stormzy made history by becoming the first-ever black British solo act to top the bill at Glastonbury Festival. Wearing this stab-proof Union Jack vest, designed by Bansky, he used his set to highlight structural racism. The organisers of the Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition said it was "a defining cultural moment". The design prize features 74 nominations across six categories - architecture, digital, fashion, graphics, product and transport. The winner of the award will be announced by London's Design Museum next month. Click the link in our bio to find out more. (📸 Getty/Design Museum) #Bansky #Stormzy #AntiRacism #Art #Glastonbury#BBCNews
These "rubbish" pet pictures have raised thousands of pounds for a UK homeless charity. It all started when Phil - who operates under the spoof alias "acclaimed artist Hercule Van Wolfwinkle" - doodled his pet dog while colouring with his son. He shared his creation on Facebook and offered commissions at a joke price of £299, but genuine requests flooded his inbox. "I think people just found them funny, at a time when there's not loads to smile about," he said. "I couldn't take their money - the pictures are rubbish. So I set up a Just Giving page and suggested people donate instead." And that's what people did. So far the 38-year-old has raised £4,903 for Turning Tides, a charity which supports rough sleepers and aims to help them out of homelessness. 'Hercule' told the BBC: "I can't believe how it's taken off. It's just a bit of fun for everybody, including me. When it becomes too stressful, I'll have to stop. But I'll try to make as much money as I can for Turning Tides. My next goal is £10,000." Tap the link in our bio for more on how these works of art are raising money, and a smile. #Art #Pets #Funny #Charity #UK #BBCNews
Millions of people in Vietnam are facing a "deadly double disaster" as the country - already suffering from the impact of Covid-19 - battles severe flooding. Flooding and landslides this month have killed over 100 people, many of them soldiers, and left dozens more missing. "Everywhere we look, homes, roads and infrastructure have been submerged," the Red Cross said in a statement. Heavy rainfall has hit the country in recent weeks. "These devastating floods are some of the worst we have seen in decades," the president of the Vietnam Red Cross Society, Nguyen Thi Xuan Thu, said. Tap the link in our bio for more on the floods in Vietnam. (Red Cross Vietnam/AFP) #Vietnam #Flood #Weather #BBCNews
In Nara, a small city south of Kyoto, Sika deer mingle with locals and tourist and have been for centuries. More than 1,200 have made the city their home, mostly congregating in central Nara Park. The chance to feed them specially made deer-friendly cookies is a big tourist attraction. But there is a problem. Visitors who flock to see them leave behind a trail of potentially deadly plastic waste. Last year, one deer was found with more than 4kg of rubbish in its stomach. Fed up, a group of locals have come up with a solution: a paper bag made with rice bran that the deer can digest. Nara resident Takashi Nakamura, who runs a paper company in the city, came up with the idea after he heard that deer in the city were dying. Tap the link in our bio for more on how the bags work. #Nara #Japan #Tourism #Travel #Deer #Animals #Pollution #BBCNews
How fashion reflects ethnic pride in Ethiopia. Not so long ago, Oromos in Ethiopia were reluctant to openly express their cultural and ethnic identity. This could go as far as avoiding speaking their language in public for fear of being criticised for not adhering to a national identity. But an increasing political assertiveness over the last decade has combined with a growing cultural pride among young Oromos that is now being expressed in fashion. Photographer Elias Badhaasaa was keen to capture these images as a way to raise awareness about the culture. "I was seeing other ethnic cultures being photographed and documented and not ours," he told the BBC. "Therefore, I started asking myself, why are we not promoting ours? I want us to be visible in the Horn of Africa and beyond." Swipe right to see more photographs by Elias Badhaasaa and click the link in the bio to read more on this story. #Fashion #Ethiopia #Oromo #BBCNews
Meet Safa and Marwa. They were born joined at the head and last year they underwent three major operations to separate them. More than 50 hours of surgery took place at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. They had more than 100 people looking after them during their time there and their care cost more than £1 million - funded by a private donor. The girls, who are three and a half, are now back in Pakistan and their mother regards the surgical team as heroes. She said “the girls are doing very well”. Click the link in our bio to find out more about their journey and the difficult decisions faced along the way. #Conjoined #Twins #Pakistan #London #GreatOrmondStreet #BBCNews
This new 50p coin celebrates diversity in Britain. The coin will enter circulation this week after a campaign by a former parliamentary candidate. "This coin helps bridge our nation's past, its diverse present and its future, looking outward, positively, together," Zehra Zaidi said. HM Treasury said the new coin signalled the intent of the Royal Mint and Chancellor Rishi Sunak to include a wider range of people on coins and notes in the future. "Ethnic minority people, as well as all under-represented groups, need to see themselves represented in British institutions. They need to see their contributions to Britain recognised. We are a diverse, modern and global Britain - let's show that," added Ms Zaidi. Click the link in our bio to find out more. #Diversity #DiversityAndInclusion #Money #BBCNews
Thousands of indigenous people have arrived in the Colombian capital, Bogotá, at the end of a 600km (375 miles) protest march over an increase in violence in their territories. They plan to congregate at the presidential palace to demand a meeting with President Iván Duque. The protesters accuse the government of ignoring a rise in murders of indigenous leaders. They also demand to be consulted on major development projects. Tap the link in our bio for more on the protest. #Bogota #Colombia #Protest #bbcnews
This stunning photograph captures a spring day in Woolland Woods in Dorset, UK. The picture, taken by Chris Frost, has won the top prize at the 2020 UK Landscape Photographer of the Year awards. “This was the third visit to the area in a matter of days," says Chris. "On the previous days, both devoid of morning mists, the light had been harsh and unappealing but the third day delivered stunning conditions with mist swirling through the trees.” Joshua Elphick's picture, Counting Sheep, won The Young Landscape Photographer of the Year. The animal in Joshua's photo has since been nicknamed "Britany Shears" by the 17-year-old. Swipe right to see more pictures from this year’s competition. 📸 Woolland Wood, Chris Frost; Counting Sheep, Joshua Elphick; Urban Life, David Boam; West Pier Starlings, Adrian Mills; Protector, Alyn Wallace; Down the Middle, Daniel Ward; Castlerigg Circle of light, Gary Waidson; Winters Coming, Gregg Wolstenholme; Speeding through Brighton Pier, Matt Cooper #Photography #Photos #Nature #Landscapes #BBCNews
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