The final two contestants for the brand new series of Strictly Come Dancing have been confirmed as Kirsty Gallacher and Iwan Thomas who join the star-studded cast of 2015. Kirsty and Iwan were revealed live in The One Show studio this evening, joining presenters Alex Jones and Adil Ray on the famous green sofa.
Speaking today at the Edinburgh TV Festival, Cassian Harrison, Channel Editor of BBC Four, announced a wide range of ambitious and distinctive new titles.
"Unmissable day" ahead as BBC Wales prepares to broadcast Cardiff Half Marathon live for first time on TV
BBC Wales has announced that it will be televising the Cardiff Half Marathon on Sunday, 4 October for the first time, bringing both live coverage and highlights from the day’s events, adding to the live coverage already planned for BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru and Online.
The BBC is delighted to announce it is partnering with Battersea Arts Centre and Arts Council England in a collaboration with independent theatre-makers from across England and bringing them together to create five pieces of genre-busting theatre for BBC Four and iPlayer.
Today, at the Edinburgh Television Festival Cassian Harrison, Channel Editor, BBC Four announced a major new commission for the channel - The UK’s Best Part-time Band, a nationwide search for the best non-professional bands in this country.
Actor Helen George is the 13th celebrity to be confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2015. The news was confirmed at the Edinburgh TV Festival today by Charlotte Moore, Controller of BBC One. Helen is best known for playing the role of Nurse Trixie Franklin in popular BBC One drama Call The Midwife.
BBC Radio 1Xtra today announced that A.Dot will join the daytime roster of DJs on 1Xtra, becoming the new host of the station’s weekday afternoon show (1-4pm). It was also announced that Sarah-Jane Crawford, who currently hosts the slot, will be leaving 1Xtra to begin a special project in Los Angeles.
This autumn, the world’s greatest rugby union teams will meet in England and Wales to compete in the Rugby World Cup 2015 - and the BBC will bring extensive live radio, online and digital coverage throughout the tournament, which kicks off with England v Fiji on Friday 18 September.
Speaking at the Edinburgh Television Festival, Damian Kavanagh, Controller of BBC Three, outlined his vision for BBC Three as plans to reinvent it as an online service in January 2016 progress.
Charlotte Moore highlights BBC One's record-breaking year and distinctive new commissions at Edinburgh TV Festival
Controller of BBC One, Charlotte Moore, has today announced a range of new commissions for the channel.
Singer and TV personality Jamelia is the twelfth celebrity to be confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2015.
Study shows great majority of households living without BBC for nine days would prefer to pay licence fee and keep BBC
To better understand the value audiences get from the BBC we commissioned independent research agency MTM to explore what they would miss, and whether households would change their view of the BBC and how willing they were to pay the licence fee after nine days without access to any programmes and services.
BBC Radio 1’s Clara Amfo and Alice Levine today announced plans for Radio 1’s Live Lounge month - 30 Live Lounge performances across 30 consecutive days this September, all part of the station’s continued commitment to bringing the best new and live music to the nation.
Three new cast members have arrived in Latimer Crescent, as filming gets under way for a six-part series of Two Doors Down - the BBC Two sitcom which first aired as a New Year’s special.
Jarvis Cocker takes a journey to the bottom of the sea with Wireless Nights - performance at the BBC Proms
Singer-songwriter Jarvis Cocker will perform alongside the BBC Philharmonic on Thursday 10 September, as he takes to the stage for a special Wireless Nights Prom at the Royal Albert Hall.
TV and Radio Presenter Anita Rani is today announced as the eleventh celebrity taking to the dance floor for the upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One. The news was confirmed this evening live on The One Show.
Singer Jay McGuiness named as tenth celebrity to join new series of Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One
Singer Jay McGuiness is today confirmed as the tenth celebrity to be revealed for the upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One. The news was announced exclusively on BBC Radio 1 today when Jay joined Matt Edmondson live in the studio and revealed the news on air.
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