Coronavirus and Hollywood: Composer Matt Hutchinson: 'How long is this going to last?'
Film and TV composer Matt Hutchinson describes how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting his workflow, and the impact of ongoing production delays. (March 25)
Trae Young joins Rachel Nichols, Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady to talk about why he's improved so much in his second NBA season with the Atlanta Hawks, how much Vince Carter has helped him in 2019-20, how long he can take losing, and all of his nutmeg moves on the court. They then (4:38) play "What Were You Thinking," talking about the time he spun Bruce Brown all the way around, when he hit the game-winner despite not having the last shot drawn up for him, when Dejounte Murray dribbled him to the ground.
#TheJump #NBA #Sports TV editor and film director Pi Ware discusses how the new coronavirus has affected his work. (March 26) Actor Jesse Eisenberg and his family are isolating in an RV headed home to Indiana from Los Angeles. (March 27) Three more people have tested positive in the UK for coronavirus - with Northern Ireland confirming its first case tonight. All of them were infected after travelling to Italy or Tenerife. They're now being treated at specialist NHS infection centres.
To date more than seven and a half thousand people in the UK have been tested for the virus 16 were positive. Eight of them have now been discharged from hospital. But with more cases expected to emerge, the Government is set to launch a new public health campaign.
Fears about the impact the virus could have on the global economy has caused markets to plunge today. We hear about the reaction from Wall Street
Coronavirus has now spread to 50 countries and reached every continent except Antarctica. Worldwide, there have been more than 82 thousand cases and two thousand eight hundred deaths - almost all of them in Hubei in China, the province where the outbreak began. We have been speaking to one doctor on the frontline in Wuhan.
Featuring reports by Health Editor, Hugh Pym, North America Business Correspondent, Michelle Fleury and China Correspondent, John Sudworth as part of the BBC News at Ten's coverage of the coronavirus outbreak