Statement from Fran Unsworth, Director of News and Current Affairs, in relation to the ruling in Sir Cliff Richard, OBE v BBC.
BBC Three has announced One Hot Summer, an innovative social-first series following groups of friends on a month-long trip through Spain.
The new show, a co-production between creators Syco Entertainment and Thames (part of FremantleMedia UK), will feature a host of talent from across the world of dance, as they give the performances of their lives.
BBC Radio 4’s Today programme has launched its inaugural student journalism awards aiming to discover and acknowledge the best in student media.
Tom Kerridge will return to BBC Two next year with Tom Kerridge’s Fresh Start, inspiring New Year’s resolutions for January 2019.
Documentary fans are in for a treat this summer, as renowned documentarian Louis Theroux curates a selection of the films that have moved, entertained and influenced him for a new collection on BBC iPlayer.
Famous faces from BBC Radio’s Test Match Special and podcast Tailenders go head-to-head on the cricket pitch.
With the Pobol y Cwm tour tickets - during National Eisteddfod Cardiff 2018 - snapped up in just over a week, BBC Wales has announced it will release a limited number of additional tickets.
This August an ambitious pan-BBC season - The Big British Asian Summer - will air across TV and radio.
James Stephenson, News Editor, BBC News and Current Affairs responds to Nick Cohen’s NYR Daily article
Letter from James Stephenson, News Editor, BBC News and Current Affairs to NYR Daily in response to Nick Cohen’s article ‘How the BBC lost the plot on Brexit’.
A massive 44.5m tuned in to watch one of the most entertaining World Cup tournaments to date on the BBC this summer.
The BBC's first Gujarati language news bulletin will broadcast live five days a week from Delhi and will be shown on partner station GSTV at 8pm IST.
The first look of Les Misérables will premiere as part of a BBC drama trailer on BBC One around the World Cup final this Sunday.
The BBC has today unveiled its next slate of drama programming in a trailer launched following the World Cup final on BBC One.
Laura Whitmore starts a new show on BBC Radio 5 live from Sunday 22 July at 11am.
BBC Sport NI has signed a new three-year deal with one of the world’s most prestigious youth soccer tournaments, bringing coverage to a global audience.
Written by Sarah Williams and produced by Heyday Television.
Katie Price, Arianna Huffington, Baroness Helena Kennedy, Charlotte Church and Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin will each choose the content for one edition
Iconic BBC One comedy Still Game, produced by BBC Studios, will return for a ninth and final series later this year as pensioner pals Jack and Victor go in to comedy retirement. Filming gets underway at BBC Scotland’s Dumbarton Studios and around Glasgow next month in what promises to be a must-see finale for fans across the country.
The BBC has announced changes to its political and parliamentary output to improve its digital coverage, better serve its audiences, and provide more value for money.
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