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Fighting The Virus (w/t) sees doctors and twin brothers Chris and Xand van Tulleken tell the story of the pandemic from a personal, medical and humanitarian perspective. In Keeping Britain Fed (w/t) Sara Cox and Ade Adepitan explore the hard work going on behind the scenes at supermarkets as they deal with a surge in customers.
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
Jack Thorne and Genevieve Barr write new factual drama for BBC Two to mark 25th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act
Twenty five years on from the passing of the Disability Discrimination Act, BBC Two has commissioned Dragonfly Film and TV and One Shoe Films to produce a new factual drama Independence Day? How Disabled Rights Were Won (w/t) based on the remarkable true story of the people behind an irrepressible campaign of direct-action that lead to the winning of disabled civil rights in Britain.
You don't have to wait until Springwatch returns to BBC Two on 26 May to get your wildlife fix. Our live online wildlife offering will be launching from Tuesday 19 May, using the latest technology to bring stories from the natural world to audiences across the UK and beyond, in real time.
BBC Two’s Springwatch announces guest presenters, Steve Backshall, Ellie Harrison, Gordon Buchanan and Megan McCubbin
As Springwatch returns to BBC Two on Tuesday 26 May for a special series of live programmes Chris Packham, Gillian Burke and Iolo Williams will be joined by guest presenters Steve Backshall, Ellie Harrison, Gordon Buchanan and Megan McCubbin from their home patches across the country.
BBC Arts has commissioned Cactus TV to make a six-part series for BBC Two celebrating the joy of reading. Between The Covers (6 x 30’), hosted by Sara Cox, will feature some of our best known personalities chatting about their favourite books in a funny and warm-hearted half hour - a book club just for BBC Two.
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.
Mental Health Awareness Week this year falls in unprecedented times - the nation is coming to terms with isolation and uncertainty and the UK is facing an unknown future.
The BBC today announced dedicated programming across television, radio and BBC iPlayer to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe.
After twenty-five thousand kilometres, two continents and seventeen countries, uncle and nephew, Emon (35) and Jamiul (25) were the first to reach the final checkpoint and be crowned the winners of BBC Two’s Race Across 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.
Springwatch will return to BBC Two this May, with a special series of live programmes which aim to keep the UK connected to native wildlife offering real comfort viewing, at a time of heightened uncertainty for the country.
BBC Two is doubling down on comedy with new commissions and a new look schedule for Thursday nights that focuses on funny.
In this new single-documentary film about one of the greatest comedians of all time, friends and family, colleagues and critics reveal insight into the real Peter Sellers. Alongside interviews with his daughters Sarah and Victoria, famous fans such as Michael Palin, Steve Coogan and Hanif Kureishi lend their thoughts on what Peter Sellers meant to them.
BBC Two’s The Great British Intelligence Test is measuring the brainpower of the nation in one of the largest intelligence experiments of its kind, giving us extraordinary new insights into the nation's mental abilities and what we can all do to make ourselves a bit cleverer.
The BBC will support and represent faith communities during the COVID-19 pandemic across its networks.
09.04.2020 BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, CBeebies, Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio 4, Asian Network, World Service, BBC iPlayer, Radio, Online and interactive, News, Factual, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, English Regions, Commissioning, BBC Sounds, BBC Scotland
The BBC’s religious programming over Easter 2020 will offer a rich mix of brand new and live content across its TV and radio channels, to mark the celebrated Christian holiday and provide companionship, shared experiences and a sense of connection to the outside world for all.
BBC Two has commissioned two fast turnaround programmes, each taking a look at Covid-19.
BBC News has outlined its initial plans for how it will continue to offer its audiences trusted and accurate news throughout the Coronavirus crisis.
The heat has been well and truly turned up in the Great British Menu kitchen as more chefs than ever before compete for their chance to cook for famous names from the literary world in the exciting new series of Great British Menu later this March.
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