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BBC Radio 1 has issued the following response to the BBC Trust’s approval of BBC Radio 1’s iPlayer section.
Ben Cooper, BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra Controller, says: “This is an exciting moment for Radio 1 and our young audience, and we can’t wait to get started on 10 November.”
The stars from the hotly anticipated BBC series The Musketeers will be touching down on South African soil on 25th November for a very special preview screening of the brand new BBC Entertainment series.
Series five, commissioned by Charlotte Moore, Controller, BBC One; and Ben Stephenson, Controller BBC Drama Commissioning, will consist of a Christmas special in 2015 followed by 8 x 60 minute episodes in 2016. The series will take the nuns and midwives into 1961.
Continuing BBC 6 Music's Celebrates strand, over two weeks this November the station will turn its attention to libraries. From the Sound Archive of the British Library to exploring the influence of literature on music, broadcasting live from the incredible performance spaces of the newly refurbished Manchester Central Library and from the British Library in London, 6 Music Celebrates Libraries will open the pages and turn up the volume! There will also be additional programmes on Radio 3 and Radio Manchester.
Channel Patrol, a new ten-part observational documentary series for BBC One Daytime, airs in November 2014, and gives viewers unique access to the agencies and people who police, protect and play on the world’s busiest waterway.
Count Arthur Strong is to return for a second series on BBC One next year. Series one was broadcast on BBC Two in 2013.
BBC heads to the frontiers of space and time with an array of new Science Fiction programming on BBC iPlayer, on TV and on Radio
In a new four-part series on BBC Two, Dominic Sandbrook explores how science fiction has offered a revealing window into our dreams and our nightmares.
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