The BBC has announced the next phase of its plans to make its content, products and services more personalised and tailored to all viewers and listeners.
The Apprentice returns to screens on Thursday 6 October for the twelfth series. Lord Sugar is once again joined by advisors Baroness Karren Brady and Claude Littner as they put 18 brand new candidates through their paces to secure his £250k investment in their business plan.
BBC Music today announced that Spring King, Izzy Bizu and Sundara Karma will kick off the first BBC Music Presents US tour - a partnership between BBC, Live Nation and the GREAT Britain campaign - showcasing the best UK talent in the US.
Olivier-award winning actress Denise Gough will star in Paula, BBC Two’s new revenge thriller by playwright and filmmaker Conor McPherson. She will be joined by Tom Hughes (Victoria, The Game).
Sally Phillips explores the impact of a new screening for Down’s Syndrome in BBC Two's A World Without Down’s Syndrome?
Actress and writer Sally Phillips is a mother to three boys, all of whom like swimming, cricket, ice-cream and Barcelona football club. Olly, the eldest, also has Down’s Syndrome.
BBC One Daytime welcomes Rick Edwards, Juliet Sargeant and Martyn Ashton plus the return of The Hairy Bikers for this Autumn and Winter
Dan McGolpin, Controller for Daytime and Early-Peak, has ordered a range of new programmes to keep the BBC One daytime schedule fresh until the end of the year and beyond.
It was confirmed today that Matt LeBlanc will return to host Top Gear with a new series set to air on BBC Two and globally next year. LeBlanc will be joined by Chris Harris and Rory Reid with regular appearances from Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz and The Stig.
The BBC today announced that award-winning journalist Martin Bashir has been appointed as the new BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent.
BBC Philharmonic and Salford University launches series of free concerts offering a brand new audience experience through new technology
Alan Davey, Controller of BBC Radio 3, announced today at the Radio Festival that the BBC Philharmonic is launching an innovative new series of interactive concerts that are set to change the way people experience an orchestra.
This December, Radio 4 brings Neil Gaiman’s spellbinding tale Stardust to listeners. To celebrate this new two-part dramatisation by Dirk Maggs, Radio 4 is inviting budding artists and fans alike to create and submit an evocative image that captures the story of Stardust.
Andrew Marr to tell personal story of his stroke and his struggle to recover in new BBC Two documentary
In 2013 one of Britain’s most respected political broadcasters, Andrew Marr, had a stroke which threatened his life and his career. Now in a new one-off documentary for BBC Two, Andrew reveals his personal story of recovery and takes an in-depth look into the fabric of what makes us who we are: our brains.
Autumnwatch returns to BBC Two this October to celebrate its tenth year. Across four days, from Monday 24th to Thursday 27th October, Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games will be bringing viewers the very best and the very latest wildlife action from across the country.
BBC Four’s Britain’s Lost Masterpieces discovers rare painting by 17th Century master Jacob Jordaens
Presenters Dr Bendor Grosvenor and Jacky Klein have undertaken a nationwide search through Britain’s publicly owned art collections – over 210,00 paintings – for the new BBC Four series ‘Britain’s Lost Masterpieces’.
It is 10 years since The Blame Game first appeared on local TV screens, and to mark the anniversary the popular comedy series launches with a special show to be recorded at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast next month.
Comedy phenomenon Still Game has partnered with the world-renowned BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra for a new recording of the iconic title music, arranged and conducted by BAFTA award-winning TV & film composer Ben Foster.
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