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The BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw has attracted 6.16 million listeners
Niall Horan, The Shires, J Hus and Orbital plus many more to perform at BBC Music’s The Biggest Weekend
The Biggest Weekend is coming to Belfast, Coventry, Perth and Swansea this summer with coverage on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four plus radio, online and mobile across the entire weekend
Jeremy Howe has been announced as the new editor for The Archers, the world’s longest-running continuous drama. Howe is currently BBC Radio 4’s Commissioning Editor for Drama and Fiction and will take up his post in Ambridge later this year.
Half a century ago, in 1968, Kenneth Clark was in Paris, standing in front of the BBC cameras, asking, “What is civilisation? I don’t know… but I think I can recognise it when I see it”; then, turning to Notre-Dame behind him, he added: “And I’m looking at it now.”
The Civilisations Festival is a ground-breaking collaboration between the BBC, museums, galleries, libraries and archives across the UK. More than 250 organisations in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have signed up as partners.
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