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As all eyes turn to Rio and the 2016 Olympic Games, BBC World News and BBC.com/sport have announced a raft of dedicated programmes and special digital initiatives to bring global audiences an in-depth view of the city, the athletes and the Games themselves.
BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), in a public event at Hay Festival, unveiled the 10 academics who will be turning their research into television and radio programmes on the BBC.
The six winners of this year’s BBC Radio 2 500 WORDS competition were announced today in a special live broadcast of the Chris Evans Breakfast Show from Shakespeare’s Globe in London.
BBC One will screen two special editions of Question Time in the run up to the EU Referendum, putting leading advocates of the case to remain and the case to leave the European Union directly in front of a live audience.
Alice Webb to add Director of BBC North to her remit, and Joe Godwin’s role to be extended to Director of BBC in Midlands
Alice Webb, the Director of BBC Children’s, is to extend her role to become the Director of BBC North. Alice will take on the extra responsibilities in addition to her existing role with BBC Children’s.
Refugees, Tim Peake, Star Wars, Shakespeare, and social media are just some of the events, people, and subjects that influence British children’s creativity and use of language, says a report published today by Oxford University Press (OUP).
BBC Drama brings together the best talent on- and off-screen, and delivers something for everyone. We are committed to continuing this with new, original, and ambitious drama as we today announce three new commissions for BBC One and BBC Two, alongside the return of BBC One series The A Word and BBC Two’s Peaky Blinders.
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