Ahead of her Sheffield Doc/Fest session today, Clare Sillery, Head of Commissioning, Documentaries, announces new documentary commissions that provide a showcase for some of our brightest directing talent and bring new perspectives to timely issues facing modern Britain.
Any household with someone aged over 75 who receives Pension Credit will be entitled to a free TV licence paid for by the BBC.
Joe Wicks loves discovering new ways to improve his mental and physical health. In his uplifting new BBC Radio 4 podcast for BBC Sounds he speaks to people he finds inspiring and who he’s keen to get to know about their relationship with health and wellbeing.
BBC News Azerbaijani (BBC News Azərbaycanca) has started the serialisation of the stories told by ethnic Armenians and Azerbaijanis who were uprooted in the wake of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Joe McFadden will reprise his role as Raf Di Lucca and will grace the Holby City wards once again for a special episode which will air later this month on BBC One.
The BBC Philharmonic is set to release The Music Room, a filmed online in-conversation series hosted by Chief Conductor Omer Meir Wellber that begins by exploring each of Beethoven’s nine symphonies.
BBC Sounds has commissioned a brand new parenting podcast, Go Ask Your Mother, presented by parents and partners, Vanel and Sindy.
A unique collaboration sees the BBC, ITV (STV for viewers in Scotland), Channel 4 and Channel 5 come together for the first time to share a special film for all viewers at the same time across their biggest channels (21 channels in total will simultaneously broadcast the film). This rare TV moment will mark and celebrate the role UK broadcasters play across our culture.
The BBC has announced that Owenna Griffiths will be the new editor of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
News bulletins from BBC Radio Leicester are now available on-demand on Amazon Alexa-enabled devices to anyone who asks for the “BBC Radio Leicester Update” or “BBC Radio Leicester Gujarati Update”.
BBC One has commissioned Thames and Naked (both part of Fremantle) to produce I Can See Your Voice - a brand-new primetime mystery music guessing game that promises a whole new take on the singing gameshow genre as well as lots of music, comedy and play-along fun for the whole family to enjoy.
Following the success of the acclaimed award-winning drama Guilt, BBC Two and BBC Scotland have announced that it will return for a second four-part series.
BBC Wales announces Y Diflaniad - the first Welsh language true crime podcast.
From Monday 6 July, BBC Bitesize Daily is hosting Sports Week, a jam-packed week dedicated to daily sports activities from sport governing bodies, advice from top sporting heroes and even a virtual Sports Day at the end of the week.
From Bernstein to Benedetti, Haitink to Hvorostovsky, Mackerras to Kanneh-Masons, musical greats, from the past and the present, are coming together in one extraordinary Proms season.
Starring Lesley Manville, Samantha Morton, Jessica Brown Findlay and Liv Tyler, BBC Two will air all three series of the critically acclaimed period drama Harlots, acquired by the channel from ITV Studios.
BBC World Service is launching The Comb - a brand new weekly podcast for young listeners in Africa, presented by Zimbabwean journalist Kim Chakanetsa.
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