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Mark Bell talks about the Arts development priorities on BBC Two

Commissioning Editor: Mark Bell

Overview

BBC Two Arts offers genuinely fresh insight, revelations and new angles on big or familiar subjects.

Subjects need to be big enough to engage a broad audience, but the approach should deliver a sense of discovery. Arts on BBC Two should make connections with other disciplines (for example, science, geography, society, as well as history).

Ideas are rarely commissioned that don’t offer a new take or a definitive line on a subject that has name recognition.

Commissioning Slots

  • Landmarks - series of 3–6 × 60' or more, high impact singles and events 

Where are the opportunities available?

Opportunities are available in the 2013/14 and 2014/15 in the WoCC.

How should I submit my ideas and who should I pitch to?

All proposals should be submitted via the e-commissioning system to the relevant genre controller or commissioner. Take a look at the Who's Who for the latest arts commissioning team contacts.

Want to know more about the broader BBC Two service strategy?

If you would like to know more about Janice Hadlow's BBC Two channel strategy, please visit the BBC Two page.

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