The BBC is thrilled to announce that Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins are to be reunited on BBC One for a very special programme from BBC Studios to air this Christmas.
BBC Research & Development has announced a five-year research partnership with eight UK universities to unlock the potential of data in the media.
Mary Beard will present episode six of BBC Two’s Front Row series, which will be broadcast on Saturday 28 October.
The stage is set for BBC One Wales’ major new series of monthly national debates. Hosted by Catrin Nye, The Hour will travel to locations across Wales, starting in the GS Yuasa factory in Ebbw Vale on 30 October.
BBC Music and BBC Learning today unveil a continuing programme of activity for Ten Pieces III for the 17/18 academic year, following the success of Ten Pieces I for primary and II for secondary-school children.
BBC Radio 2 will broadcast a two part world exclusive documentary featuring a lengthy interview between Kirsty Young and George Michael, which was his last ever interview.
BBC Two has commissioned six further 30-minute episodes and a 2018 Christmas special of the popular comedy, Upstart Crow, written by Ben Elton and based on the life and times of William Shakespeare (David Mitchell) as he tries to make his name as a playwright in Tudor London while at the same time facing one hell of a commute, back and forth to see the family in Stratford-upon-Avon.
The BBC iPlayer Radio app has been updated to include a personalised in-car listening experience for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, enabling drivers to safely enjoy their favourite BBC radio programmes whilst behind the wheel.
A new fly-on-the-wall TV series from BBC Wales will give an intimate and often emotional view of the daily real-life drama faced by the young patients, their families and the medical staff at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
Jason Mohammad and Bethan Rhys Roberts join forces to host a brand new live weekly show, with hard-hitting stories and in-depth interviews about what’s happening in Wales and why it matters.
The BBC’s offer on the Russian media scene has received a major boost with the launch, at 19.00 Moscow Time (16.00 GMT) today, of the 30-minute Monday to Friday global news programme broadcast on the BBC’s partner station, TV Rain (Dozhd).
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