‘We’re all going on a summer holiday...’ is the theme for the new BBC One Daytime series, Holiday Of My Lifetime, in which Len Goodman leads a line-up of celebrity guests down memory lane to relive their favourite childhood summer holiday.
BBC Scotland’s The Referendum Debate culminates in Stirling on 14 September, four days before the historic vote takes place.
BBC Scotland’s The Referendum Debate, which is touring the country to air the views of audiences and put politicians and pundits under the spotlight, is heading to Aberdeen on 3 September.
Esteemed actress Eleanor Bron is to appear in BBC Radio 4’s The Archers as Carol Tregorran, one of the series' most iconic characters.
BBC Entertainment has commissioned a new show for legendary host Sir Bruce Forsyth, Bruce Forsyth's Hall Of Fame (w/t) for BBC One.
With the Glasgow Commonwealth Games currently under way, BBC Sport today announced record digital traffic driven by the major sporting events of the summer so far, including the World Cup, Wimbledon, British Grand Prix and The Open.
Jo Brand serves up an Extra Slice of Bake Off magic, in this brand new sister show for BBC Two.
The BBC Academy has today announced that it has stepped up the number of forthcoming Expert Voices: BAME Talent days to take in other locations around the UK.
The BBC is working with four British universities to create a series of massive open online courses (MOOCs*) on World War One (WW1), which will be available on the social learning platform, FutureLearn.com.
A record number of visitors flocked to the brand-new 'Here’s One We Made Earlier’ exhibition at The Lowry in Salford on its opening day, to catch a glimpse of some of the most iconic characters from the history of BBC Children’s broadcasting.
BBC Cymru Wales and National Theatre Wales, in partnership with BBC Writersroom, are inviting submissions for the second, prestigious £10,000 Wales Drama Award.
The BBC has today announced that Dharmash Mistry will be joining the BBC Executive Board as a Non-Executive Director from 1 September, for a three year term.
BBC Cymru Wales Director says the broadcaster must move faster online and continue to improve the diversity of its output if it is to keep pace with a fast-changing Wales.
This summer BBC Radio 2 delivers a whole host of entertainment - from the continuing Guitar Season to an array of new faces and coverage from both the Cambridge Folk Festival and Edinburgh Festival and lots more, there’s something for everyone.
Search the site
Can't find what you need? Search here
Search by category
Content from Twitter. Learn more about content from Twitter.