According to the staff union, the strike, which began at midnight on Friday, producing tangible results.
Today Programme of Radio 4 has been canceled, but the news at 18:00 and at 22:00 have been aired in full.
NUJ, numbering in their ranks 4,100 employees BBC, rejected the "final offer" leadership Broadcasting Corporation about the pension scheme, which voted in support of other unions.
Another 48-hour strike is planned for November 15 and 16.
Previously reported that the Government can not compel employees BBC to stay on the job. The fact that the BBC is a public organization, whose board of trustees appointed by the British queen.
Nationals of the UK are paying a special fee in the budget, which means there is a corporation. The right to strike in Britain denied only policemen who are not allowed even to join a union.
As reported in October, BBC has agreed to the 340 millionth reduction in the budget, which amounts to a tenth of the annual fee for a TV license, which is taxed at home in the UK.
The corporation said that budget cuts preferable to the alternative proposed by the government. Officials wanted to oblige the BBC to reimburse payments to pensioners over the age of 75 years. In this case, the payment of the corporation would have amounted to 556 million pounds per year, this amount would continue to grow.
Government David Cameron has announced budget cuts immediately after his election victory in early 2010. The main reason for savings is the rapid growth of public debt, which over the past two years amounted to more than 50%.
Also worth noting that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the UK in the next few years off his funding of the World Service BBC and give it to the main balance the British Broadcasting Corporation.
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