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With just weeks to go until the nation votes in a contest that’s currently impossible to call, BBC Radio 4 is asking listeners to share stories that emphasize what really matters to them in this election, with the Listeners’ Election.
BBC Director-General Tony Hall's speech at the launch of BBC Make it Digital on 12 March 2015.
Controller of BBC Radio 3 Alan Davey's speech at the Birmingham University Annual Meeting on 12 March 2015.
Fluent Indonesian speaker Will Millard will make his debut on BBC Two with three documentaries set in The Coral Triangle, known as the ‘Amazon of the Seas’.
To showcase how Britain has helped shape the digital world, why digital skills matter, and inspire our audiences to become creators and well as digital consumers, BBC Make it Digital will harness the power of its best-loved brands to bring coding and digital technology to life, with a wide-reaching season of content across TV and radio as well as online.
Many of the BBC’s biggest and best-loved brands across TV and Radio are creating online and interactive content to inspire their audiences with digital technology, including Doctor Who, EastEnders, Children in Need, Radio 1, Appsolute Genius, Technobabble and Nina And The Neurons.
The BBC has today announced a number of entertainment commissions from producers right across the country. The programmes, due for BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three and BBC Four, will cover everything from humour to high stakes in formats which put physical agility, mental ability and magical prowess to the test.
Major initiative will give a coding device to every child in year 7 across the UK, 1 million devices in total; create up to 5,000 digital trainees; partner with around 50 organisations; and launch a season of dedicated BBC programmes and online activity.
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