Hannah Khalil

Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

Blog posts in total 95

Posts

  1. On 8 August BBC Africa started broadcasting live English Premier League matches , accessible to the whole continent, bringing the UK to the world.

    Read more

  2. BBC Radio Drama: Soundstart induction week 2015

    As the winners of the BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship and BBC Carleton Hobbs Bursary start their apprenticeships to the BBC Radio Drama Company with an induction week, Hannah Khalil investigates what's in store for the actors.

    Read more

  3. A sneak peek of BBC Arabic Festival 2015

    As the judges of the second annual BBC Arabic film and documentary festival gather to select this year’s programme, Festival Marketing Director Sue Davies and Festival Director Sheyma Buali give a flavour of what’s to come in October/November 2015.

    Read more

  4. 55 years since opening of 'TV Factory' Television Centre

    On 29 June 1960 Television Centre started broadcasting for the first time, we remember the opening night in pictures.

    Read more

  5. Soundstart 2015 - the next generation of the BBC Radio Drama Company

    On Tuesday 23 June a special event announced the winners of the Norman Beaton Fellowship and the Carleton Hobbs Bursary at New Broadcasting House in London, the event also marked 75 years of the BBC Radio Drama Company.

    Read more

  6. BBC Films: London Road

    A quick round-up of the reviews of BBC Films' recent release, London Road.

    Read more

  7. Steve Wright launched the BBC New Radio Comedy Award 2015 on his show today (Tuesday 16 June), find out how to enter for a chance to win £1,000 and development support from BBC Comedy.

    Read more

  8. BBC at Sheffield Documentary Film Festival 2015

    A round-up of the BBC's involvement at this year's Sheffield Documentary Film Festival and the new commissions announced there.

    Read more

  9. Remembering Lime Grove Studios

    On this day in 1950, 21 May, the BBC moved into Lime Grove Studios in Shepherd's Bush. The studios are long gone, the BBC sold them in 1991, but not forgotten.

    Read more

  10. BBC Two's week of BBC Films

    In its 25th birthday year BBC Films is celebrated on BBC Two with a season of films from Saturday 16 to Saturday 23 May.

    Read more

  11. Remember these 25 BBC Films?

    As BBC Films turns 25, Hannah Khalil browses through their online catalogue and picks 25 films.

    Read more

  12. BBC Make it Digital

    Get behind the scenes access and full social media coverage of the BBC Make It Digital event on 12 March 2015.

    Read more

  13. Hannah Khalil went to hear the Happy Valley writer talk to Charlotte Moore about her career and diversity in television.

    Read more

  14. Call for entries for second BBC Arabic Film and Documentary Festival

    Following the success of the inaugural BBC Arabic Film and Documentary Festival last year, BBC Arabic have announced the festival will return and are currently accepting entries for the second incarnation.

    Read more

  15. EastEnders at 30 - a national pastime

    Hannah Khalil digs through the media section at Westminster Reference Library to find out what commentators have said about EastEnders.

    Read more

  16. Seven things you may not have known about BBC Arabic on its 77th birthday

    The oldest and largest of the BBC's non-English language services, BBC Arabic is in rude health, here are a few facts that may surprise you.

    Read more

  17. Fit for a Duchess – 500 WORDS

    Radio 2's writing competition for those aged 13 and under is back and this time it's got Royal backing.

    Read more