Blog posts by year and month January 2017

Posts (16)

  1. Behind the scenes at the NTAs

    The National Television Awards are voted for by the public, this year Call The Midwife received the Best Period Drama award. Jack Ashton who plays Tom Hereward gives an insight into what it was like being at the ceremony and hearing the show's name being called out.

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  2. John Hurt (1940 - 2017)

    A selection of pictures from the BBC archive tracking the career of actor John Hurt whose death was announced last week. f

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  3. Round-up week 4 (21-27 January)

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

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  4. Save your memories of the BBC

    Former BBC producers and BBC Alumni members David Allen and George Auckland have developed a website especially for ex-BBC people to bank their memories of the BBC. It’s called (unsurprisingly) the Memory Bank. Here David talks us through what it is and how the BBC alumni can contribute.

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  5. Round-up week 3 (14-20 January)

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

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  6. BBC Writersroom launches in Scotland

    Today BBC Writersroom officially launches their BBC Scotland office. Development Producer Angela Galvin explains why this is great news for Scotland-based writers and a few of the upcoming plans and events.

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  7. ‘Sofa’, so good: BBC Breakfast’s red sofa makes its way to Ramallah

    Walid Batrawi explains how one retired BBC Breakfast sofa found a new home in the Palestinian Territories with BBC Media Action, the BBC’s international development charity.

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  8. Important and exciting changes to BBC News School Report come into effect this month. School Report's Editor Sharon Stoke explains more.

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  9. Round-up week 2 (7-13 January)

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

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  10. Antiques Roadshow Holocaust Memorial

    On Sunday (15 January 2016) Antiques Roadshow has a special Holocaust Memorial episode. About the BBC Editor Jon Jacob spoke to Producer Julia Frost to find out more.

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