Current Affairs on BBC Three
- Seeking long form launch proposals for BBC Three online. Either landmark in vein of Life on Death Row or presenter led journalistic pieces with Three type talent.
- Also interested in short form online proposals we can consider for pre online launch development.
Current Affairs on BBC Three shows how the genre can attract and engage younger audiences.
On BBC Three we are tightly aligned to the interests, cares and concerns of the channel's main audience: 16-34 year olds.
The subjects tend to cluster more around issues personal to this audience - body image, lifestyle choices, becoming an adult - than they might around the more traditional subjects like Westminster and other national institutions. However, the scope of Current Affairs on BBC Three is wide-ranging: from the more gritty foreign journeys like India: A Dangerous Place To Be A Woman to domestic issues like Prostitution: What’s The Harm? and Can Criminals Say Sorry? about restorative justice.
Find out more about the overall BBC Three channel strategy.
Where are the opportunities available?
There are opportunities in the WoCC in 2015/16 depending on the requirements of the planned BBC Three online.
All proposals should be submitted via BBC Pitch to the relevant Genre Controller or Commissioner.
Information reviewed 1 April 2015
Latest Current Affairs news
The 2016/17 commissioning round for Radio 2 has now opened. This will close on 10 September 2015 with results to be published on the 26 November 2015.
The BBC today announced that Laura Kuenssberg is appointed Political Editor.
Nick Robinson is to present BBC Radio 4’s Today programme from the autumn, following ten years as the BBC’s Political Editor.