Tagged with: BBC One

Posts (22)

  1. Producer

    Series two of 'The Met: Policing London'

    Series producer Shona Thompson gives an insight into why she went back to the Metropolitan Police Force for a second time, and what it was like following the capital's coppers as they go about their work.

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  2. Actor, Call the Midife

    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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  3. Editor, About the BBC Blog

    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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  4. Digital Content Producer, About the BBC

    Let It Shine: It's all about the talent

    New talent show for Saturday nights 'Let It Shine' begins on January 7, 2017. Jen Macro attended the screening of the BBC Studios production in December and heard what judge Gary Barlow and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Graham Norton had to say about working on the show.

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  5. Previews & Promo Clips Assistant

    Recreating the Brontës' world in To Walk Invisible

    Sally Wainwright's new drama To Walk Invisible takes a new look at the Brontë family, three remarkable women who came from obscurity to produce some of the greatest novels in the English language. Charley Stone talked to production designer Grant Montgomery.

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  6. Writer, My Mother and Other Strangers

    Writer Barry Devlin on BBC One’s My Mother and Other Strangers

    A new BBC One drama set in Northern Ireland, My Mother and Other Strangers, starts on Sunday 13 November. Writer Barry Devlin blogs about his background and how he came to create the drama.

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  7. Executive Producer

    BBC One's The Moonstone - part of #LovetoRead

    Executive Producer John Yorke blogs about the journey from page to screen as a five-part drama series based on the detective novel by Wilkie Collins, The Moonstone, comes to BBC One as part of the #LovetoRead season.

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  8. Head of English Regions Programmes

    Books That Made Britain

    Head of English Regions Programmes, Stuart Thomas explains how eleven regional programmes set out to explore how authors have been influenced by the landscape around them.

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  9. Head of English Regions Programmes

    Living in '66

    Regional programmes delving into the history of the UK.

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  10. Controller Daytime and Early Peak

    Keeping BBC Daytime fresh

    Dan McGolpin, Controller Daytime and Early-Peak, highlights all the popular programmes that are keeping daytime viewers across BBC One and BBC Two watching.

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