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Michael Palin returns to BBC Two to reflect on his landmark travel series, in a new four-part documentary
In this 4x60 series for BBC Two, Michael Palin’s Travels , Michael Palin will revisit four of his most famous BBC travel shows through a collection of intimate interviews, readings from his diaries and clips from the original programmes.
Coming to BBC Two this summer, Manctopia: Billion Pound Property Boom meets the people living and working in the eye of Manchester’s remarkable housing boom.
Edi Stark delves into her archive of more than 400 Radio Scotland interviews with a new podcast and retrospective radio series
Award-winning broadcaster Edi Stark has selected highlights from her remarkable collection of interviews with hundreds of writers, artists, politicians, celebrities for a new podcast for BBC Sounds and a retrospective series for BBC Radio Scotland.
Saturday 15 August 2020 marks 75 years since victory over Japan, the moment that finally brought the Second World War to an end. To commemorate this anniversary and remember those who served in the Far East, the BBC will broadcast two special programmes.
Edinburgh’s streets won’t be awash with tourists, artists and people handing out flyers this August, but the BBC still has programming to provide a flavour of the festivals.
Winner of the BBC’s national cookery competition, Best Home Cook, Suzie Lee is on a mission to help the people of Northern Ireland make the very best of whatever they have in their cupboards and create great meals from scratch.
BBC One is bringing together Sir David Attenborough, world-renowned composer Hans Zimmer and Brit and Mercury Prize-winning rapper Dave for a unique collaboration - a visual and musical feast designed to lift viewers' spirits during a time of international uncertainty.
The BBC welcomes the announcement of the Film and TV Production Restart Scheme from the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
A new behind-the-scenes BBC documentary has revealed the pain, sweat and tears it takes to be a top Bhangra dancer.
Wheel Of Misfortune is a new comedy podcast launching on BBC Sounds on Tuesday 4 August, presented by comedians and friends Alison Spittle and Fern Brady.
BBC Music television to present a feast of new and archive music documentaries in the coming months.
BBC Two today announces Louis Theroux: Life On The Edge (w/t), a four-part series looking back at a body of work spanning 25 years, and over 60 hours of some of the most distinctive and celebrated documentaries on British television.
Stand-up comedy is a vital part of our British culture, and BBC Comedy, BBC Three and BBC Studios have joined forces to support grassroots comedy talent in light of the significant impact Covid-19 has had on the stand-up comedy industry.
A Saturday night revolution is on its way to BBC One as The Wheel (10x60’), a brand new feel-good game show from Hungry McBear Media is set to debut on the channel.
BBC News Azerbaijani (BBC News Azərbaycanca) has started the serialisation of the stories told by ethnic Armenians and Azerbaijanis who were uprooted in the wake of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Ahead of her Sheffield Doc/Fest session today, Clare Sillery, Head of Commissioning, Documentaries, announces new documentary commissions that provide a showcase for some of our brightest directing talent and bring new perspectives to timely issues facing modern Britain.
BBC Sounds has commissioned a brand new parenting podcast, Go Ask Your Mother, presented by parents and partners, Vanel and Sindy.
Following the success of the acclaimed award-winning drama Guilt, BBC Two and BBC Scotland have announced that it will return for a second four-part series.
Starring Lesley Manville, Samantha Morton, Jessica Brown Findlay and Liv Tyler, BBC Two will air all three series of the critically acclaimed period drama Harlots, acquired by the channel from ITV Studios.
BBC One today announces Katie Price: Harvey and Me (working title), an unflinching and deeply personal one-off film in which Katie will open up about what it’s really like to be a mum of a disabled child approaching adulthood.
As Pride events are unable to take place due to lockdown restrictions, Culture in Quarantine is celebrating the LGBTQ+ community with several new works.
BBC Radio’s in-house production division - previously called BBC Radio & Music Production - will relaunch on Monday as BBC Audio with a new development unit focused on podcasts.
In this special one-off programme produced by Mighty Scotland, Dear NHS Superstars will see some of the country's favourite faces celebrate and pay tribute to the amazing healthcare professionals working in the NHS - from porters to surgeons and from cleaners to physiotherapists.
BBC One announces Vicky McClure’s Dementia Revolution, a two-part special in which Bafta Award-winning actor Vicky McClure revisits dementia, a subject close to her heart.
BBC Two has commissioned a sixth series of the award-winning documentary series Hospital, produced by Label1.
Hometown: A Killing is a new six part podcast series presented by journalist Mobeen Azhar available now on BBC Sounds.
The BBC is setting out the first in a new series of bold steps to transform its programming and better represent the public it serves.
BBC England focuses commissioning spend on a broader slate and collaborations aimed at young audiences
New music commissions from BBC England to include a brand new collaboration with Radio 1 and 1Xtra, plus BBC England explores new genres with BBC Three.
BBC Radio 1Xtra have unveiled plans for 1Xtra Summer 2020, an ambitious nine week project celebrating a summer rich in Black music and culture.
Two brand new factual series are coming to BBC Two - Your Garden Made Perfect will pit designers against each other as they transform owners’ outdoor spaces; and 12 Puppies And Us: The Next Chapter, which will follow both new owners and revisit some of the dogs from previous series, 10 Puppies And Us.
BBC Two’s award-winning history show A House Through Time is confirmed for a fourth series, with David Olusoga heading to Leeds in 2021.
Thank you Canada, Summer is served! BBC acquires Canada’s Drag Race for BBC Three airing on Fridays from July 3
BBC Three will show the first-ever Canadian version of the award-winning RuPaul’s Drag Race.
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.
Anthony Walker was a Liverpool teenager with a devout Christian faith and a love of basketball. Known to his family and friends for his humour, intelligence and compassion, Anthony was halfway through college with dreams of visiting America and studying Law at university.
Tony Hall, Director General of the BBC, outlines future commitment to arts following Culture In Quarantine
The BBC will broadcast the first performances from The Royal Opera House since lockdown as well as performances from other top opera houses that have had to cancel performances due to Coronavirus, in an extension of the Culture in Quarantine programme.
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