Debate to be broadcast on BBC Two and the BBC News Channel at 7pm.
BBC One announces a new pre-watershed drama series written by Barry Devlin (Ballykissangel, Darling Buds of May). This 5x60-minute series is set in Northern Ireland during World War Two and will be made by BBC Northern Ireland with funding from Northern Ireland Screen.
BBC Dish Up, is inviting audiences to get clever in the kitchen, by making cooking enjoyable and accessible. Hosted at bbc.co.uk/dishup, the year-long culinary campaign, produced by BBC Learning, aims to inspire people to dish up fabulous food for themselves or their family.
Wales’ leaders need to be more ambitious if the country is to stand a chance of realising its huge potential. That’s the challenge to be set out by Professor Laura McAllister when she delivers BBC Radio Wales’ Patrick Hannan Lecture 2015 in the BBC tent on Tuesday May 26 at the Hay Festival.
BBC Radio 3 celebrates all aspects of the art of classical singing across three weeks of special broadcasts, in a special season of programmes focusing on The Classical Voice on 15 June - 4 July, including a three-day residency in Cardiff.
On the night when seminal Welsh band Manic Street Preachers play to a sell-out audience of 10,000 in Cardiff Castle, BBC Wales will be beaming the big concert to viewers across Wales – along with exclusive band interviews.
BBC One today announced the commission of a third series of comedy Count Arthur Strong.
New figures unveiled today show the BBC has a weekly global audience of 308 million people. This represents the combined measured reach of international BBC content – both news and entertainment – for the year 2014/15 and is the first time this figure has ever been measured in this way.
This weekend, the magnificent institution that is the Eurovision Song Contest celebrates its 60th birthday with what promises to be another wild, outrageous and thoroughly enjoyable evening, as acts from across Europe take to the stage in Vienna, Austria.
Radio 4 Extra – Radio 4’s sister station - has posted its biggest ever audience to become the largest digital-only station in the UK, according to data published by RAJAR.
Following the successful BAFTA-nominated one-off special that was broadcast on BBC One in 2014, Catherine Tate is bringing Britain’s best-loved OAP back to screens for two further half-hour episodes, to be filmed later this year for broadcast in 2016.
In a brand new series for BBC Two, Country Strife: Abz On The Farm, former pop-star Abz Love will swap the luxuries of his life in the city for the good life, as he and his partner Vicky leave the music business behind them and head to rural Wales to live off the land.
Supergroup Texas will be Edith Bowman's first guests on BBC Radio Scotland’s new weekly music show The Quay Sessions, which launches in early June.
Freddie Flintoff to search for the UK’s toughest recruit in new BBC Two commission Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week.
BBC Music has today announced details of the second year of its classical music initiative Ten Pieces. Designed to introduce a generation of children to classical music, the ground-breaking project will be extended to secondary schools, with a new selection of music for students and teachers to explore.
BBC Radio 3 will broadcast some of the most exciting artists live from the leading annual celebration of world music, WOMAD.
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