Religion and Ethics on BBC One
- Break-out series
- Stand out singles one x 60 minutes at 10.35pm
- Co-production opportunities, two - three x 60 minutes Daytime/Christian holidays
BBC Two is the home of our most diverse Religion and Ethics output and is at its best when it takes a mixed approach to subjects, genres and styles.
The channel aims to compliment the heartland appeal of programmes like the An Island Parish franchise with more complex offers that engage the viewer, take them out of their comfort zone and demand more from them intellectually.
Find out more about the overall BBC One channel strategy.
Where are the opportunities available?
Scope in 2015/16 in the WoCC, Independent Quota and In-house Guarantee.
How should I submit my ideas and who should I pitch to?
All proposals should be submitted via BBC Pitch to the relevant genre Controller or Commissioner.
Information reviewed on 24 November 2014
Religion and Ethics news
Speaking at the Edinburgh International TV Festival, BBC Two Controller Kim Shillinglaw announced the channel is still on the lookout for single, talent led Documentary ideas.
BBC One is on the hunt for a new Factual Format series for 9pm that should be ambitious, must-see specialist factual content offering emotional stories that will get the nation talking.
BBC Bitesize is commissioning a series of short videos to complement existing content around a number of topic areas.
Search the site
Can't find what you need? Search here