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BBC Wales announces Y Diflaniad - the first Welsh language true crime podcast.
From Bernstein to Benedetti, Haitink to Hvorostovsky, Mackerras to Kanneh-Masons, musical greats, from the past and the present, are coming together in one extraordinary Proms season.
In his new podcast, 21-year-old troublemaker Alhan Gençay investigates life’s big questions by picking the brains of some of the nation’s finest MCs, celebs, comedians, and yes, even a few experts who know what they’re on about.
The countdown is nearly over for The Glastonbury Experience, the BBC’s celebration of what would’ve been the legendary festival’s 50 year, across BBC television, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio and BBC Sounds. A stunning range of programming awaits for music lovers from Thursday 25 - Monday 29 June.
As Pride events are unable to take place due to lockdown restrictions, Culture in Quarantine is celebrating the LGBTQ+ community with several new works.
Hometown: A Killing is a new six part podcast series presented by journalist Mobeen Azhar available now on BBC Sounds.
BBC Radio 1Xtra have unveiled plans for 1Xtra Summer 2020, an ambitious nine week project celebrating a summer rich in Black music and culture.
Pope Francis to Samantha Power, Caleb Femi to Lady Hale, Andy Murray to KK Shailaja, Tim Berners Lee to Emma Dabiri and many more - global voices come to BBC radio to ‘Rethink’ the world after the crisis.
As announced on Sounds Of The 90s on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds, Fearne Cotton reveals the results of the Ultimate 90s Album listener poll with Radiohead’s 1997 album OK Computer coming out on top.
Following Tony Hall’s extension of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine and the recent success of Lockdown Live at London’s Wigmore Hall series throughout June, live classical music will return to Scotland with four recitals at Glasgow’s City Halls, as broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.
Have You Heard George’s Podcast? by George Mpanga, better known as George the Poet, and collaborator Benbrick has won a 2020 Peabody Award, making it the first podcast outside of the United States to win this prestigious award.
New Pace Setter and Mindful mixes on BBC Sounds with more music to help soothe, motivate and ease the mind
BBC Sounds has introduced new expansions of the popular Mindful and Pace Setter music mixes giving listeners more genres of music to help them work out and relax.
BBC Radio 1 will be bringing the magic of Ibiza to households in the UK and around the world by turning BBC Sounds into the world’s biggest nightclub, from 31 July - 1 August 2020.
125 years on from its creation, the Proms will once again provide a remarkable summer of music, fulfilling founder-conductor Sir Henry Wood’s vision to ‘bring the greatest classical music to the widest possible audience’.
From Thursday 25 to Monday 29 June, when the 50th anniversary of Glastonbury Festival was due to take place, the BBC will be bringing the spirit of Glastonbury to viewers at home with The Glastonbury Experience across BBC television, BBC iPlayer, BBC radio and BBC Sounds
This Monday BBC Asian Network brings you a Bollywood Bank Holiday celebration to remember.
Family, friends, and classmates can now watch and listen to BBC programmes together even when they’re apart, with BBC Together, a new experiment from BBC Research & Development.
A new Mindful Mix special launches on BBC Sounds today Monday 18 May featuring a blend of sounds from nature and calming classical music introduced by David Attenborough in support of Mental Health Awareness Week as part of the BBC’s Covid-19 Collection.
BBC Radio 6 Music reached a record 2.56 million listeners (from 2.49m last quarter and 2.52m last year), with the station’s weekday breakfast show with Lauren Laverne also seeing its biggest audience ever with 1.3 million listeners, according to the latest Rajars.
Brand new series I’ve Been There sees three celebrities open up to presenter and Radio 1 host Katie Thistleton about a significant issue they have faced.
In a new podcast for BBC Sounds, Freddy McConnell explores how the family is being redefined today.
Latest quarterly data shows the most popular on-demand titles on BBC Sounds in the first few months (January - March 2020), and record listening figures.
Leading musicians including Mitsuko Uchida, Mark Padmore, Iestyn Davies to perform and broadcast live to the nation.
Have You Heard George’s Podcast? by George Mpanga, better known as George the Poet, is nominated for a 2019 Peabody Award, the Peabody Awards announced today.
Radio 4 and 4 Extra will be celebrating some of the most-loved comedy classics in the coming weeks, hearing from the brains behind some of Britain’s biggest television comedies in a brand new programme What’s Funny About… plus a new one-off Down The Line: Lockdown Special. Cult radio comedy favourites can also be heard again including Cabin Pressure and The Boosh.
Scarlett Moffatt and her boyfriend Scott have teamed up with Radio 1 on a brand new podcast which launches on BBC Sounds on 11 May.
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.
BBC Children’s has announced today a variety of new in-house and independent commissions across CBeebies, CBBC and BBC iPlayer to entertain, educate and inspire families who are staying at home during these testing times.
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 World Service is marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day with a new 10-part podcast and radio series charting the extraordinary story behind the Spitfire plane.
BBC Northern Ireland's new podcast, The New Normal with William Crawley, is now available on BBC Sounds
In 2020, normal life has been replaced at a speed most find difficult to comprehend. Reflecting the times we now find ourselves in, the new BBC Northern Ireland podcast, The New Normal presented by William Crawley, is now available on BBC Sounds.
BBC Radio 4 has commissioned Bafta award-winning filmmaker Louis Theroux to host his first radio and podcast series.
BBC Radio 1 has confirmed that Europe’s Biggest Dance Show will return this spring, with seven radio stations from seven different countries set to come together for another seven hour dance music simulcast.
BBC Radio 2 reveals Pharrell’s Happy as the most played song of the 2010s broadcast on UK radio and TV
This Easter Monday on BBC Radio 2, Scott Mills presented the Most Played Songs of the Decade (2-5pm), counting down the 40 most played songs broadcast on UK radio and television since 2010. The programme is now available on BBC Sounds.
Tracy Beaker is back with brand new stories in The Tracy Beaker Podcast.
The BBC will support and represent faith communities during the COVID-19 pandemic across its networks.
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That Peter Crouch Podcast will return for series four on Wednesday 15 April.
The BBC will bring the nation together in a mass singalong every week until the UK’s lockdown is lifted, following the success of the first #UKSingalong last Thursday.
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.
A Question Of Sport, TVs longest running sports quiz, is coming to BBC Radio 5 Live starting this Saturday at 2pm.
As many of the summer’s major sporting events have been cancelled the BBC is giving sports mad audiences something to cheer about with a calendar of archive sporting events returning to our screens.
Radio 4 is inviting some of the biggest comedians in the UK to share their isolation experiences including David Baddiel, Miranda Hart, Rufus Hound, Rachel Parris, Marcus Brigstocke, Matt Lucas, Tez Ilyas and Mel Giedroyc - compiled and hosted by Jon Holmes, Salma Shah, Jake Yapp and Natt Tapley.
Why do we stick with the people we love? In a new Radio 4 podcast You’ll Do, comedians and real-life couple Catherine Bohart and Sarah Keyworth will be joined by celebrity guests each week to explore relationships and their many forms.
BBC’s Match Of The Day trio, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright are bringing their knowledge, insight, wit and wisdom to brand new podcast series Match Of The Day: Top 10 - available only on BBC Sounds.
BBC News has outlined its initial plans for how it will continue to offer its audiences trusted and accurate news throughout the Coronavirus crisis.
Living with dwarfism, the impact of alcoholism on families and the lack of diversity in books are just some of the thousands of powerful original stories submitted to the BBC Young Reporter Competition.
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