BBC Radio 5 live announces raft of new commissions and a nationwide hunt for the UK’s best young commentator
BBC Radio 5 live has announced a series of new commissions and a major new competition to find the country’s best young commentator.
Helen Boaden's introduction to the BBC Shakespeare Festival - a month-long celebration of our greatest writer across the BBC's services.
Where The Old Curiosity Shop sits next to The Three Cripples Inn, and Fagin’s Den is hidden down a murky alley off a busy Victorian street. This Christmas, BBC One transports you to 19th century London, to a world where some of Charles Dickens’ most iconic characters co-exist, including Scrooge, Inspector Bucket and a young Miss Havisham.
Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None is the bestselling crime novel of all time, with 100 million copies sold worldwide. It was recently voted the world's favourite Christie, and this Christmas, for the first time, a new television adaptation will be shown on BBC One.
Helen Boaden, Director of BBC Radio, has today announced the festive content highlights across BBC Radio, which range from the reveal of this year’s Christmas number 1 to opera and country music, and from The Chemical Brothers to poetry, The Calendar Girls and Icelandic Christmas myths.
BBC Television is delighted to unveil its Christmas programming for 2015 which includes a wonderful array of unique and quality shows for all the family to enjoy.
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