Blog posts by year and month January 2015

Posts (40)

  1. What's on the menu? BBC Taster explained

    Editorial lead for BBC Taster, Will Saunders, explains how the new website works and introduces some of the exciting new content you can get you teeth into.

    Read more

  2. What’s on BBC Red Button, 31 January - 6 February

    Find out what’s on the BBC Red Button, 31 January - 6 February

    Read more

  3. BBC Radio 3 Controller Alan Davey speaks at the Association of British Orchestras Conference 2015

    Alan Davey's first speech in his new role as Controller of Radio 3.

    Read more

  4. Celebrating the work of women composers on BBC Radio 3

    More detail on the programmes Radio 3 will broadcast to mark International Women's Day in the run-up to and on Sunday 8 March 2015.

    Read more

  5. 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

  6. A couple of weeks ago, Jon Jacob attended the BBC's Year of Song and Dance press launch at Sadlers Wells Theatre. There he was introduced to a new art form, came close to a couple of celebrities and met a hero. Not bad for a morning's work.

    Read more

  7. Joe Godwin discusses his new post as Director of BBC Academy and BBC Birmingham and explains how BBC Birmingham will become the BBC’s centre of excellence for skills, recruitment and talent development for the whole UK.

    Read more

  8. Jonty Claypole responds to Robert Harris's claims that the BBC isn't broadcasting enough programmes about books.

    Read more

  9. Sara Harkins is Creative Director of BBC Children's at BBC Scotland, and Co- Executive Producer of 'Katie Morag'. Hearing she was excited to tell us about making the latest series, we asked her some questions about it.

    Read more

  10. In the first of a series of posts spotlighting the BBC's Performing Groups, BBC Concert Orchestra General Manager Andrew Connolly explains what Radio 2's house band does when its not playing in Friday Night is Music Night.

    Read more