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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.
On 29 June 1960 Television Centre started broadcasting for the first time, we remember the opening night in pictures.
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.
A round-up of the BBC winners at the BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2015.
Find out who took home awards from the Broadcasting Press Guild Television and Radio Awards.
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.
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.