Blog posts by year and month June 2018

Posts (24)

  1. Getting the space to innovate

    James Purnell on how the BBC is experimenting with podcasts.

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  2. Round up week 26 (23-29 June)

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

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  3. Welcoming BBC Sounds to the family

    Bob Shennan, Director of Radio & Music talks about the response to the new BBC Sounds app and outlines the thinking behind it.

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  4. From no plans for the future to working on Sunday Politics: the story of a BBC Scotland apprentice

    The first thing I did, on 3 March last year, when I found out I got a position as an apprentice for the BBC, was cry and call my dad.

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  5. BBC iPlayer Highlights 30 June-6 July2018

    A quick round up of what's new this week on BBC iPlayer, plus programmes that are about to become unavailable, and some hidden gems you might have missed.

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  6. An archive for the 1980s microcomputer revolution

    On 27 June the BBC launched an archive featuring a host of programmes from a 1980s project that helped make Britain the most computer-literate country in the world.

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  7. Why we broadcast Britain's first radio show devoted to curry

    Leicester – what springs to mind when you hear the name of our city? Premier League winners? Richard III? Curry?

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  8. Introducing the first version of BBC Sounds

    Dan Taylor-Watt introduces the BBC's new audio app - BBC Sounds, available to download today.

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  9. Round up week 25 (16-22 June)

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

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  10. Not the Comedy Messiah – just a very naughty boy

    Shane Allen, Controller of BBC Comedy Commissioning, expands on comments he made during his announcement of plans for more diversity in BBC comedy earlier this week.

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