Blog posts by year and month April 2014

Posts (22)

  1. The British Academy's Television Craft Awards 2014, which "honour the behind-the-scenes professionals in TV production" were held last night, and BBC productions were awarded in half the categories. 

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  2. Rachel Burden introduces a week of special outside broadcasts on BBC 5 live - an opportunity for the station to get closer to the stories of our listeners.

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  3. Coverage continues from the 2014 Snooker World Championship this week, plus we have triathlon, rugby union and rugby league action. You can also catch the official UK Eurovision video ahead of May’s grand final in Copenhagen.

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  4. Jon Jacob attended the photo shoot for the 2014 BBC Proms season and spoke to Radio 3 Controller and Proms Director Roger Wright about his time as Director and how he felt about leaving the organisation. He also saw a horse, kind of.

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  5. Enjoy the 2014 Snooker World Championship, with live action and highlights on Red Button. We also have Formula 1 highlights, Final Score, Rugby League and Women's Football. Plus, you can also join music legend Goldie as he takes a tour of the Tate Modern.

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  6. Marking half a century since the launch of BBC Two.

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  7. BBC Two celebrates its 50th birthday this month. A whistle-stop tour of all the people who have graced the Controller’s hot seat seemed to be in order.

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  8. BBC Two celebrates its 50th birthday this month. A whistle-stop tour of all the people who have graced the Controller’s hot seat seemed to us to be in order.

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  9. In the first of an eight-part series published in the Guardian today, Charlotte Higgins writes about the origins of the BBC and asks whether ninety years after the organisation was started whether founding director-general John Reith's original aims can still apply today.

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  10. How to tell the story of Irish Rock on radio? An hour a week for half-a-year might do it. 26 hours all-in. That would be ideal. For Dave Fanning's new series on BBC Radio 6 Music however, he's only got four. Less a history of, more of a a journey through, Irish Rock.

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