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BBC Arts and Radio 3 ask the nation to Get Creative, forming the BBC Lockdown Orchestra to play You Got The Love
Public to perform and sing on track with BBC Orchestras, BBC Singers and the Ulster Orchestra as part of a UK-wide performance for Get Creative festival.
There may be no actual contest happening this year, but the BBC is promising plenty of Eurovision content across TV, radio and online in celebration of the biggest music competition in the world.
Bernardine Evaristo, Neil Gaiman, Marian Keyes, Maggie O’Farrell, Sir Tim Rice and Robert Webb confirmed for virtual book festival Friday 8 - Sunday 10 May.
The BBC today unveils its biggest push on education in its history - ensuring that every child in the UK has the opportunity to continue to follow the appropriate core parts of their nation’s school curriculum in these challenging times.
BBC Radio 3 and BBC Four unveiled classical music content on radio, TV and online, as part of the cross-arts, cross-platform, BBC Arts festival, Culture In Quarantine.
This morning on BBC Radio 6 Music, Lauren Laverne and Mary Anne Hobbs revealed the details and line-up of the 6 Music Festival 2020, which will take place in Camden, London, from Friday 6 to Sunday 8 March.
Acclaimed film director Sam Mendes to feature in Life Cinematic, a new series of television specials from BBC Arts
Sam Mendes: Life Cinematic is on BBC Four on Thursday 30 January.
The BBC today unveiled further programming as part of a year-long pan-BBC season, Beethoven Unleashed, to mark the 250th anniversary of the birth of one of the world’s most-loved composers.
The BBC is marking Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January 2020) and the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau with a special televised Holocaust Memorial Day event, as well as a range of content across TV and radio.
BBC Factual today announces five exciting new science and natural history commissions, including two from its award-winning strand, Horizon.
BBC Arts announces ambitious new slate of programmes across TV, Radio and Digital, with a special focus on the visual arts
Jonty Claypole, Director of Arts, BBC, has unveiled details of new programming from BBC Arts, with a focus on the visual arts. With new series offering unique access, presented by world-class experts and new talent; a collection of revealing biographies shining a light on the mavericks and masters of visual arts; and programming with different perspectives and insights.
To mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, BBC Four has announced four new films that address and discuss the surrounding circumstances that led to the end of the Cold War and the fall of the wall.
The best athletes on the planet are all heading to Doha for the 2019 World Athletic Championships - and the BBC will be there to deliver all of the action across TV, radio and online.
Thousands of people are expected to enjoy a magical evening of music at the Titanic Slipways in Belfast, tomorrow night at this year’s BBC Proms In The Park in Northern Ireland.
Glastonbury 2019 on the BBC sees record digital performance, with the BBC One programme featuring Kylie Minogue achieving the biggest audience ever for a Glastonbury programme on TV.
Cassian Harrison, Channel Editor, BBC Four, announced a new Christmas ghost story from Mark Gatiss alongside a fakery season from BBC Arts, a new Ken Burns epic on Country Music, a poignant, slow TV piece from the Greenland arctic and the second part of Charles I boxset history.
With exclusive access, Dolly’s Country (w/t) comes to BBC Two this autumn as part of a season of programmes putting a spotlight on country music.
BBC Arts announces a year-long celebration of literature, with new programming across BBC TV, radio and online, as well as a festival in partnership with libraries and reading groups around the UK.
BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra and BBC Music Introducing will return to Reading and Leeds Festival across the August bank holiday weekend.
This summer, BBC Four is bringing two films to the screen that celebrates seminal music movements which had a seismic influence on culture.
BBC Music has announced further detail of this year’s TV coverage of the BBC Proms, including additions to the presenting line-up and a new-look BBC Two magazine show, Proms Encore.
Following the success of the year’s most talked about documentary, Bros: After The Screaming Stops, 1980’s pop icons Matt and Luke Goss have been invited to return to BBC Four in July to curate an entire evening of programming inspired by their childhood, their musical influences and long careers in and out of the spotlight.
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