Proteus: Why it matters
Proteus - BBC Radio’s key commissioning, scheduling and production information tool - is used to get programmes on air, promote them and make archive material searchable
Proteus: programme descriptions
Programme descriptions are essential when it comes to selling your programme to audiences. Find out how to add yours into Proteus.
Proteus: programme compliance
All pre-recorded BBC programmes need to be complied before transmission. Find out what you need to do and how to get sign off for your programme.
Running order: what is a running order?
What is a running order and why is it important to keep accurate records? We show how Proteus can help
Running order: add your production team
What information does Proteus need about your team? A short guide on how to enter the details
Running order: single and multi-item
Recording details for a single item or multi-item programme can be time-consuming, but using Proteus can help speed up the process
Running order: add your contributors
Keeping track of who was in your programme is crucial to any production. How do you do this in Proteus?
You are legally required to report any music that you use in a programme, no matter the duration. We show you how to find and record music information