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BBC Drama Production today announces Oliver Kent is to take on the role of Executive Producer for BBC One’s continuing dramas Casualty and Holby City.
The BBC today announced that Neil McIntosh has been appointed as the Managing Editor for BBC Online and Red Button.
BBC North and Liverpool Museums have joined forces to bring the latest project of one of the worlds leading photographers, Rankin, to The Walker and BBC Two's The Culture Show.
Impossible Kids, Kindle Entertainment and Guru Studio Start Production on Pre-school Series
Based on the critically acclaimed book by Sue Halpern and narrated by Academy-nominated Kristin Scott Thomas, The Incredible Story Of The Monarch Butterfly: Four Wings And A Prayer, follows the migration of the Monarch butterfly from its birthplace in Canada to its wintering site in the rainforests of Mexico.
On the surface it would seem that Stacey Solomon, X Factor finalist and Queen of the Jungle, has it all – two beautiful children, a loving partner, a singing career and celebrity status. But behind the glamour of her new life, Stacey has been keeping a secret.
In 1908, amateur naturalist and pioneering filmmaker Percy Smith filmed a household fly juggling a series of objects many times its own size. The Acrobatic Fly stunned early cinema goers and its strange captivating magic - along with accusations of cruelty, fakery and sorcery - became front page news across the world.
In My Life: The Burns Club, 12-year-old Holly was just a toddler when she was badly burnt on her head and arm by hot fat from a chip pan. The Burns Club follows Holly for six exciting but extremely anxious months as she has an innovative operation to expand her hair by placing special balloons beneath her scalp, which could cover the bald scars on her head.
The comedy drama about a British bomb disposal detachment in Afghanistan continues. Tonight’s episode features a guest appearance from Borgen star Birgitte Hjort Sorensen. Mac and Rocket are gutted when a football game between their beloved Hibs and Celtic is interrupted with news of an impending bomb factory raid.
How would you feel about eating deep-fried locusts, ant egg salad or barbequed tarantulas? Can Eating Insects Save The World? sees presenter and food writer Stefan Gates immerse himself in the extraordinary world of hard-core insect-eating in a bid to conquer his lingering revulsion of bugs and discover if they really could save the planet.
In the last few years the country has been in and out of recession, people have been losing jobs and families have been struggling with money. This has led to big changes for many people, but how has it affected the nation’s children? Hard Times is a Newsround Special that gives a snapshot of life growing up in tough economic times as seen through the eyes of children.
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