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.
Teletubbies, one of the most iconic and influential children’s series of the last twenty years, is sure to delight a whole new generation of children and their families when the brand new series featuring the loveable antics of Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, bounces back onto CBeebies.
Autumnwatch returns to BBC Two this November. Across four days, from Monday 2 November to Thursday 5 November, Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games will report live from the stunning west coast of Scotland, bringing viewers the very best of the season’s wild action.
The Kennedys is a multi-generation family comedy loosely based on Emma’s memoirs The Tent, The Bucket And Me. Each episode is introduced by Emma Kennedy played by Lucy Hutchinson, a 10 year-old Star Wars obsessed tomboy who is happy to tag along with her much-loved parents, Brenda and Tony Kennedy played by Katherine Parkinson and Dan Skinner.
The BBC today launched a major content season for BBC Make it Digital across TV, Radio and Online; a new platform for digital creativity aimed at teenagers called mixital; and BBC Make it Digital Matchr, a collaboration with Google and the Tech Partnership to help young people across the UK find the right resources to develop their digital skills.
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