Time-lapse photography captures staff using the BBC's newest home in central London.

Since I last wrote in March, New Broadcasting House is fast filling up, with nearly three quarters of the building now full. The Andrew Marr Show, Sunday Politics, NewsWatch, Hardtalk and Newsnight are all now broadcasting from their new studios, and the first of the Radio 1 programmes have also now started to broadcast from their new home on the top floor. 

These programmes are making the most of the new technology and studios in New Broadcasting House demonstrating the creative High Definition benefits of their new home to audiences across the UK and the World. 

Over the remaining few months we will be preparing for the move of the BBC News Channel, the BBC One News bulletins and BBC World News when the new BBC newsroom will be in full view. However, for a sneak preview of what’s still to come, watch this two minute film showing a day in the life of New Broadcasting House as it goes about its business of making great programmes for a global audience.

Andy Griffee is Project Director, W1 Programme

The time-lapse photograph in this post was produced by Simon Kennedy

Radio 1 Producer Cara O'Brien blogged earlier this month about Radio 1's first programme from New Broadcasting House here

A slideshow of photographs featuring Broadcasting House in the 1930s is on Flickr

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