Anniversary of the month:
When BBC Television Centre opened in 1960 it was hailed as Britain’s answer to Hollywood. From its studios has come literally thousands of hours of programmes, from comedy to the Ten O’clock News. March 2013 saw production cease at the studios, and to mark the moment some of the buildings greatest fans gave us their memories.
Capture BBC broadcast history through its great moments. And tell us what they mean to you...
Go on the pioneering journey of the BBC... from John Reith's groundbreaking vision of public service broadcasting in 1922 to the latest innovations.
Explore our story through iconic buildings and objects. Includes video tours of Broadcasting House and Television Centre, and details of broadcast-related exhibitions.
Find out more about key themes, from BBC branding to editorial independence. Plus suggestions for further reading.