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This September, BBC iPlayer will be the place to go to get a style fix from London Fashion Week in a collection of three exclusive programmes.
Tenor Alfie Boe, the platinum-selling star of the West End and award-winning artist, will take centre stage at this year’s concert performing some of the classic tracks that have made him one of the UK’s biggest box office draws, as well as material from his forthcoming new album.
Following articles in The Times and The Telegraph on 26 August 2014 regarding BBC Countryfile, the show's executive editor wrote the letter below in response, which both papers declined to publish.
Lost Kingdoms Of Central America
The extraordinary history of Central America’s ancient civilizations is revealed by archaeologist Dr Jago Cooper.
Last Night Of The Proms
The BBC Proms season draws to a close with the Last Night Of The Proms, live from the Royal Albert Hall.
Strictly Come Dancing
Strictly returns with a dazzling red carpet premiere, as the cast of 2014 is introduced to the nation.
Prom 65: Late Night With... Paloma Faith
Paloma Faith with the Guy Barker Orchestra & Urban Voices Collective, live at the BBC Proms 2014 from the Royal Albert Hall
The Now Show
Frustrated by living under his parents’ roof and tormented by his war trauma, George decides to put a bit of beauty back into the world.
Radio 2's Top 100 Greatest Guitar Riffs With Zoe Ball
Zoe counts down the top 30 to reveal what Radio 2 listeners have voted the greatest guitar riff of all time
Bright Lights Brilliant Minds: A Tale Of Three Cities
Super Senses: The Secret Power Of Animals
Premier League Football
Radio 5 live has coverage of the opening day of the new Premier League season.
Edinburgh International Festival 2014
As part of the BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals Nicola Benedetti and friends perform two masterworks of chamber music.
Our World War
Young office-worker Paddy Kennedy volunteers to fight alongside his work-mates and friends in a Pals regiment, in the summer of 1916.
Who Do You Think You Are?
BAFTA Award-winning actress Julie Walters kicks off the new series of BBC One's hit genealogy show.
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