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Al Booth heads out to Nashville for the Country Music Association Awards and looks ahead at a new season 'Country Nights' which will celebrate the genre.
Head of Music, Radio 2
Head of Music Radio 2 and 6 Music, Jeff Smith tells the story of how Radio 2 managed to convince Jeff Lynne's ELO to play their annual live event in Hyde Park.
Digital Content Producer, About the BBC
Jen Macro anticiptes The John Peel Lecture, delivered this year by 'godfather of punk' Iggy Pop.
Alex Jones, Arena
Online Producer, Arena
Arena's online producer Alex Jones gives an overview of how the programmes archives are being used to illustrate stories in the present day, and shows us around the new Arena Hotel.
Controller, BBC Two
Janice Hadlow talks at the Edinburgh TV Festival about what we have to look forward to on BBC Two and BBC Four.
Assistant Producer Anwen Rees reveals the importance of the competition as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Executive Producer, BBC Scotland
An introduction to the BBC Scotland's USP on science programming from Executive Producer Marcus Herbert.
Dr Simon Thurley
Chief Executive, English Heritage
Dr Simon Thurley, Chief Executive, English Heritage, explores the history of our love affair with ancient buildings.