New Pace Setter and Mindful mixes on BBC Sounds with more music to help soothe, motivate and ease the mind
BBC Sounds has introduced new expansions of the popular Mindful and Pace Setter music mixes giving listeners more genres of music to help them work out and relax.
Tony Hall, Director General of the BBC, outlines future commitment to arts following Culture In Quarantine
The BBC will broadcast the first performances from The Royal Opera House since lockdown as well as performances from other top opera houses that have had to cancel performances due to Coronavirus, in an extension of the Culture in Quarantine programme.
Join Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody for a rummage through his record collection in a new six-part series for BBC Radio Ulster, The Gary Lightbody Show: All Things All At Once.
Highlights from every Test and One Day International this summer will be shown on BBC Two from July, marking the first time Test match cricket has been broadcast on BBC TV in over twenty years.
BBC Wales has announced details of the two main competitions in this year’s cultural festival - Gŵyl AmGen - on BBC Radio Cymru and Cymru Fyw.
The Director of the BBC World Service Group Jamie Angus has called on chat apps to open their platforms to trusted news sources like the BBC, as part of the global effort to counter misinformation during the global Covid-19 crisis.
Mangrove and Lovers Rock, two films from Small Axe, a BBC commissioned anthology of five stories, have both been selected by Cannes for its 73rd edition, a singular achievement for director McQueen having two films selected in the same year.
BBC One celebrates EastEnders with Secrets From The Square as well as a selection of iconic episodes from the past
BBC One will be celebrating EastEnders on Monday and Tuesday nights enabling viewers to continue to get their Walford fix when the show goes on an inevitable break due to filming being postponed.
CBeebies’ hit The Baby Club will return with new spin-off The Baby Club at Home on 6 June.
BBC One has acquired the first two series of the critically-acclaimed Australian serial drama The Heights, with the first series confirmed to begin in a daytime slot on 15 June and the second series coming later this year.
Radio stations across Europe join BBC Radio 3 in celebrating return of live classical music to UK airwaves
Radio stations across Europe will broadcast the station’s Lunchtime Concerts from London’s Wigmore Hall to audiences all over the continent. European Broadcasting Union Radio Stations involved include: Swedish Radio; RAI (Italy); NPO (The Netherlands); ORF (Austria); LRT (Lithuania); and more.
Following the 2018 edition, won by rising star saxophonist Xhosa Cole, this year’s competition again provides a platform for young jazz performers.
BBC One Daytime to explore lockdown in Letherbridge as the cast of Doctors film special episode from home
BBC One daytime favourite Doctors has filmed a special 45-minute episode designed to explore life in lockdown. Can You Hear Me? was written by Toby Walton was entirely self-shot by the cast at home on their mobile phones, and is the first of its kind for a British continuing drama series.
Plans for summer 2020 might be cancelled, but from 6 June on BBC One, join Peter Crouch, Maya Jama and Alex Horne as they join forces to Save Our Summer, by bringing us the biggest names from the world of sport, comedy and music back into our lives.
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