Blog posts by year and monthAugust 2018
Mark Strippel, BBC Head of Programmes, 1Xtra and Asian Networkk, blogs on why the BBC has a responsibility to take Drill music seriously.
Tomorrow, 1 September, marks a momentous occasion in the history of BBC Studioworks as it’s a year to the day we reopened the doors to arguably the UK’s most iconic broadcasting building – Television Centre (TVC) in London’s White City.
Denise Shannon has had quite a year since being named 2017 BBC Get Inspired Unsung Hero at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year show in Liverpool.
Britain’s Jewish community has recently been the focus of widespread attention. There is concern about antisemitism, particularly online, and fierce debate within the Jewish community about how it should best relate to Israel and the conflict with the Palestinians.
Those of us who might have written off UK summers as disappointingly cool and rather wet affairs will have enjoyed the summer of 2018, but as part of a pattern of extreme heat in a multi-continent heatwave, should we be careful what we wish for?
Any aspiring journalist dreams of working at the BBC, for it is the crème de la crème of all broadcasters, at least in my opinion.
Gujaratis love their evenings. To outsiders, this may sound a bit strange as evenings for many in the world are for raising a toast with their favourite wine, but the dry state of Gujarat heralds its evenings in its own way.