Blog posts by year and month January 2016

Posts (28)

  1. BBC Taster Shorts - Making 'The Break'

    The Break is a collaboration between BBC Taster, BBC Writersroom and BBC Drama Production to make five original short monologues for online, written by up-and-coming BAME writing talent from across the UK. In this post, producer Rachelle Constant explains the process.

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  2. What’s on BBC Red Button: 30 January – 5 February

    Find out what’s on BBC Red Button this week, 30 January – 5 February

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  3. A round-up of BBC announcements and press releases and blogs, plus some highlights from our TV, radio and online output this week.

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  4. Music Moguls: Never let the fax get in the way of a good story

    To coincide with the broadcast of the final episode in BBC Four series Music Moguls: Masters of Pop, Andy Saunders gives an insight into how the role of PR in the music industry has changed over the years.

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  5. Why Radio 1 and 1Xtra have asked young people to pledge 1 million hours

    An insight into the aims of Radio 1 and 1Xtra's year-long campaign to encourage young people to donate their time to charitable organisations.

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  6. Independent Venue Week on BBC 6 Music

    Steve Lamacq is broadcasting from five cities around the UK, shining a light on the alternative music scene in each area and celebrating the venues which are its bedrock. Here he explains why independent venues, and Independent Venue Week is vital in the life of new music.

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  7. A round-up of BBC announcements and press releases and blogs, plus some highlights from our TV, radio and online output this week.

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  8. What’s on BBC Red Button: 23-29 January

    Find out what’s on BBC Red Button this week, 23-29 January

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  9. Helen Boaden explains how the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death gives us an opportunity not just to celebrate Shakespeare's work but to liberate it from something you 'should do'.

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