BBC Music Sound Of 2019 today revealed its longlist of artists who are tipped for success next year. The longlist has been chosen by a panel of industry experts including Stormzy, BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, Emily Eavis and Olly Alexander.
Frank Skinner and David Baddiel to reunite with the Lightning Seeds at BBC Sports Personality Of The Year
Twenty two years after the ultimate football anthem Three Lions was released, Frank Skinner and David Baddiel will reunite with the Lightning Seeds at BBC Sports Personality Of The Year 2018 for an unmissable performance.
The release, by the BBC Genome Project, covers World War Two, the immediate post-war years and key landmark events in British history such as the Royal Wedding in 1947 and the 1948 London Olympics.
Fiona Bruce has been announced as the new presenter for BBC One’s Question Time.
An empowering new virtual reality experience from BBC VR Hub puts viewers in the shoes of the suffragettes.
Jumpsuit by Twenty One Pilots has been crowned the Hottest Record of the Year announced in Annie Mac’s show tonight on BBC Radio 1.
Tess Daly is to swap the Strictly dance floor for The Spotlight, a TV talent competition which sees a brand new boy band pitted against an all-girl group. The Spotlight is a fictional talent competition featured in new CBBC comedy drama, Almost Never.
BBC Scotland has announced the three new personalities that will be the voice of its new channel for Scotland.
BBC Scotland is treating its audiences to a selection box of television and radio goodies which includes the return of a comedy favourite for a Hogmanay special.
Sophie Cookson, James Norton, Emilia Fox and Ben Miles lead stellar cast in Bafta award-winning novelist Amanda Coe’s six-part drama for BBC One.
BBC Three and World of Wonder announced today that a UK version of the award-winning global hit RuPaul’s Drag Race is coming to the channel in 2019.
Jess Glynne, Rita Ora, Clean Bandit and George Ezra revealed as part of Top Of The Pops Christmas and New Year specials
Top of the Pops - the biggest pop party on TV - announced the line-up for the two Christmas Day and New Year’s specials hitting BBC One screens this festive period, hosted by Fearne Cotton and BBC Radio 1’s Clara Amfo.
Directors of the British Broadcasting Corporation, ABC (Australia), Deutsche Welle, France Médias Monde, NHK (Japan) and United States Agency for Global Media today said public service broadcasting faces ‘increasing threats’ and expressed concern about ‘troubling attacks‘ on journalists around the world.
Killian Scott (Strike) and Sarah Greene (Penny Dreadful) are detectives Rob Reilly and Cassie Maddox in Dublin Murders, a new psychological crime thriller for BBC One, Starz and RTÉ with support from Northern Ireland Screen.
BBC Northern Ireland is continuing its tradition of BBC Christmas Preview Screenings in Belfast, and this year there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
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