The trial of three Al-Jazeera English journalists imprisoned in Egypt since December on charges of fabricating news and belonging to a terrorist organisation has been adjourned to 1 June.
The Cairo criminal court also rejected the defendants' request to be released on bail.
Thursday's court session – the case's 10th – saw prosecutors presenting audio clips allegedly recorded by the defendants as well as video clips from Al-Jazeera English and podcasts from BBC World Service.
Prosecutors tried to argue that the video and audio clips were incriminating evidence.
Al-Jazeera English staff members Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohamed, along with other Egyptian and foreign journalists, were arrested in December and charged with joining a terrorist organisation and airing false news.
Security forces shut down Al-Jazeera’s Cairo offices following the army's overthrow of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi on 3 July 2013.
Authorities have accused the network's Egyptian channel of giving favourable coverage to Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood movement.