A new partnership between Radio 4 and the Natural History Museum will see the two institutions come together to explore the profound impact that nature has had on culture and society over the course of human history.
A total of 6.6 million people - two in five adults - consume BBC content every week in Afghanistan, a new survey has found. BBC TV reaches around a fourth of the adult population of Afghanistan while BBC radio remains the BBC’s largest platform in the country.
BBC World Service and the BBC’s digital innovations team, BBC Connected Studio, will hold a Development Studio event in Cape Town, South Africa on 23-24 April. Held in conjunction with RLabs, the event will explore new ways of distributing BBC audio content.
Incarnations - India In 50 Lives, a new 50-part series beginning next month, will present audio portraits of some of the most significant figures of Indian history, beginning with the original global Indian, the Buddha, and covering figures from the ensuing 2,500 years. Individuals featured in the series have all shaped the arc of Indian history (sometimes unwittingly), and yet their names are often unfamiliar. This series aims to change that.
BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra today announced changes to the stations schedules, including a new show for 1Xtra’s Adele Roberts, who will be moving to Radio 1 to become the new host of the station’s Early Breakfast Show (weekdays, 4-6:30am).
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