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|Maciek Bernatt-Reschynskyy (Head of Service)|
BBC News Ukrainian (Ukrainian: BBC News Україна) is the Ukrainian service of the BBC which conveys the latest political, social, economical and sport news relevant to Ukraine and the world. It started broadcasts in 1992. Its headquarters are in London, United Kingdom. The first BBC Ukrainian program was aired on 1 June 1992. It featured President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk and UK Prime Minister John Major. It has had an office in Kiev since 1993 with around ten staff, in 1993 the office was manned by one correspondent. BBC Ukrainian has a few dozen reporters - both in Ukraine and abroad.
From June 2009 BBC Ukrainian aired hourly news broadcasts outside its morning and evening broadcasts. Radio broadcasts ceased on 29 April 2011, leaving only Internet publication.
"Morning with the BBC" and "Good evening from London" were two the most popular programs broadcast directly from the British capital and from Kiev, the latter was interactive. On Fridays BBC editors invited guests, well known persons in Ukraine, who were specialist in various fields: politicians, analysts, scientists etc. "Morning with the BBC" started at 6 a.m. Kiev time on weekdays and was broadcast for one hour by Radio Era and other partner stations. It was on air on ultra-short waves in Kharkov and Kiev regions.