149 posts about BBC One on this blog
Monday 15 December 2014, 10:57
'It had to be able to stir one’s feelings, make one feel happy, and most importantly it had to sound fresh every time one heard it played.' Composer Barry Stoller explains how the theme for BBC One's Match of the Day was recorded in his basement.
Tuesday 2 December 2014, 19:04
From Miranda's finale to a Rik Mayall tribute, a round up of some comedy shows from 2014's Christmas schedule.
Friday 28 November 2014, 12:08
'A good mystery, whether crime or otherwise, takes your mind off your own troubles.' Gwyneth Hughes talks about what attracted her to setting her BBC One drama in a Yorkshire seaside town, and why she’s always been drawn to mystery.
Tuesday 4 November 2014, 16:22
The biggest decision about the look was always going to be what town we chose to be Chalons du Bois.’ The director on finding an atmospheric location to set BBC One’s haunting crime drama.
Monday 27 October 2014, 10:31
"I’m amazed Jimmy didn’t catch pneumonia during the shoot – it seemed like every other day we were chucking rain at him or making him leap into freezing water." Director Tom Shankland talks about filming with The Missing's actors.
Monday 13 October 2014, 08:59
As Lord Sugar's hunt for the next big thing in business enters its tenth series, we look back on moments from previous years that best showcase the candidates' unique abilities.
Monday 29 September 2014, 10:37
'I was biting my nails right up until filming started, hoping this time it would work out.' David Morrissey on getting the right acting talent for his three-part BBC One thriller.
Wednesday 17 September 2014, 19:56
Can't keep track of all the bakes? Take a look back at the signatures, technicals and showstoppers that have earned the final five a place at the quarter-finals.
Thursday 28 August 2014, 14:11
'He introduced me to one of his best mates as his "second mum."' How filming every seven years for BBC One's documentary series builds long-term relationships with contributors.
Tuesday 15 July 2014, 09:15
'The privilege of observing their intimate conversations was more profound and moving than I could ever have imagined.' Presenter Lucy Cooke on fulfilling a childhood dream while making BBC One's two-part natural history series.
Thursday 22 May 2014, 10:36
'Having lived in the Manchester of the mid-90s I really wanted to accurately capture the feel of the period: the clothes, the fashion and most importantly the music.'
Thursday 17 April 2014, 15:53
Actress Joanne Whalley on how Emma Frosts' script for BBC One's adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's novel 'brought out the understanding that we all have now: abuse can be a cycle that you can’t break easily.'
Friday 11 April 2014, 16:52
'Entrances and exits had been cut into the canvas wherever necessary.' Production designer Cristina Casali shares design sketches and contruction photos from the set of the army hospital in BBC One's World War One period drama.
Wednesday 2 April 2014, 17:38
'My relationship with Douglas Henshall is not dissimilar to the relationship between Perez and Tosh... he has become something of a mentor' - Actress Alison O'Donnell on filming BBC One's crime drama set in the Scottish islands.
Thursday 16 January 2014, 12:05
'The search for small animals leading dramatic lives began in iconic locations.' Producer and director Simon Bell on how the animal stars were cast for BBC One's dramatised natural history series.
Thursday 19 December 2013, 12:37
Watch Matthew Rhys reveal the 'nightmare' of playing Mr Darcy and what it was like meeting P.D. James.
Monday 4 November 2013, 12:44
'Trefelin is not strongly influenced by Carnaby Street fashion.' Inspiration came from original 1960s photographs for the costume designer of BBC One's returning drama.
Thursday 24 October 2013, 10:21
'Katherine has never had a healthy, balanced relationship with anyone.' Elaine Cassidy reveals what she finds intriguing about her character in the BBC One period drama.
Thursday 17 October 2013, 11:32
'A sequence of the Northern Lights which we didn’t dare hope to achieve, became possible.' How passionate amateur photographers contributed to the BBC One natural history series about the British seasons.
Thursday 10 October 2013, 10:42
'Embroiled in the lives and loves of a group of people... what the show is really about, I think, is isolation.' Writer William Ivory explores the themes in his BBC One drama.
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