Blog posts by year and monthSeptember 2018
I can’t easily put into words the past year because I don’t think I would do the experience justice. I can say that I’ve enjoyed every moment, and it’s hard to describe the adrenaline of making live TV for a week or the excitement of friends and family seeing your end-of-programme credit when yo...
'If Europe's ports are underwater, Brexit may seem less important': we're expanding climate change coverage
From 3 October The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4 and Newshour on BBC World Service will be covering climate change every week.
A quick round up of what's new this week on BBC iPlayer, programmes that are about to become unavailable, plus some hidden gems you might have missed.
More than 2,000 young people have learned journalistic skills and how to spot fake news this summer, as part of BBC School Report roadshows.
The 60th anniversary of the first transmission of the Morecambe and Wise Show on the BBC has led to a review of the images available to BBC Staff and external customers. Many images had already been scanned in, however we found many had never been seen before and this was the focus of the projec...
Last week Tony Hall talked about an ’agile, creative, bold’ future for the BBC, including its online services, ‘made available and relevant to everyone’. Today the radio industry meets in central London for the Drive to Digital conference looking at the future of radio.
I get in around 8am, an hour before the rest of the Drive team. We generally have a blank canvass with nothing in the programme apart from the odd pre-planned piece, so we’ve got nearly three hours of radio to fill each day.