Earlier this month, BBC One announced Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief. Today Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins are confirmed as hosts for the brand new Saturday night prime time show.
A libel claim brought against the BBC by Chief Imam, Shakeel Begg, has been dismissed today.
Next week, BBC Radio Ulster/Foyle’s airwaves will be buzzing with interviews, conversations and features about reading as BBC Northern Ireland presents Book Week NI.
Join Africa's finest for a star-studded celebration of the continent's best football players at the launch of this year's BBC African Footballer of the Year award.
BBC Radio Ulster/ Foyle remains the most listened to radio station in Northern Ireland, according to the latest RAJAR (Radio Joint Audio Research) figures for Quarter Three, 2016.
The very best of established and blossoming Scottish musical talent will be celebrated in a new station from BBC Radio Scotland in the run up to St Andrew’s Day.
BBC Radio 6 Music continues to thrive as the digital-only station breaks its audience record for the fifth time in a row, according to the latest RAJAR figures.
BBC Three has commissioned Sexy Murder from Roughcut TV - a six part satirical parody of reality crime series like Making a Murderer, The Jinx and Serial.
Two young choristers from Kent and Warwickshire have been crowned the BBC Radio 2 Young Choristers of the Year 2016.
BBC Children in Need has today announced content for this year’s Appeal Show, from a special sketch featuring Eddie Redmayne, to the EastEnders extravangaza and a children’s edition of Would I Lie To You?
BBC Radio 3 will broadcast 12 hours of music without any speech for the first time ever, as part of its 70th anniversary celebrations.
The BBC today challenges teenagers to get creative online with the Gold Rush Game Maker, inspired by the upcoming three part series Operation Gold Rush with Dan Snow, starting Sunday 30 October, 9pm, BBC Two.
‘Let the sights see you’ - Blue Peter winner’s poster encourages visitors to travel on London Underground
Blue Peter winner’s amazing poster encourages visitors to travel the London Underground this October half term.
Team GB Olympic medallists Helen Glover MBE, Hollie Webb, Joe Clarke and Lutalo Muhammad are to do their bit for BBC Children in Need 2016 as they join the stars of Strictly Come Dancing for the annual Appeal Night.
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