Tagged with: history
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
The Beechey family suffered unbearable loss in the First World War with five of their eight sons being killed. One hundred years on from the death of the fifth Beechey brother, BBC Radio Lincolnshire follows in their footsteps telling their story and reuniting them with an act of Remembrance.
Journalist, BBC Russian
Juri Vendik, author and presenter of "The Train From Zurich To The Revolution" a BBC Russian documentary exploring Germany’s role in Lenin’s 1917 return to revolutionary Russia explains the background.
Gurinder Chadha, OBE
Writer, director and BBC Alumni member
Writer and director Gurinder Chadha, OBE (Bhaji On The Beach, Bend It Like Beckham and Bride & Prejudice) talks about how her upbringing influenced her approach to 'Viceroy's House' her latest release which is co produced by BBC Films.
Series Producer/Director of Blood and Gold: The Making of Spain with Simon Sebag Montefiore, Marion Milne shares her experiences working on the new series for BBC Four.
Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog
On this day in 1950, 21 May, the BBC moved into Lime Grove Studios in Shepherd's Bush. The studios are long gone, the BBC sold them in 1991, but not forgotten.
Senior Media Manager, BBC Archives
50 years after the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill BBC Parliament will be broadcasting an HD re-mastering of the Former Prime Minister’s state funeral in full.
Commissioning Editor, History
As the BBC launches Taking Liberties, the Magna Carta 800 season, Martin Davidson, BBC Commissioning Editor, History, considers why the signing of 'The Great Charter' 800 years ago was such a key historical event.