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Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock is to make a special one-off documentary for BBC Three, that will explore her own personal experiences of racism and colourism as a black woman in the UK, as well as looking at the wider race issues the country is facing.
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.
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.
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.
Institutional racism may have contributed to the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds in Wales, including front line health workers, BBC Wales Investigates has been told in a new programme.
A new behind-the-scenes BBC documentary has revealed the pain, sweat and tears it takes to be a top Bhangra dancer.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris emerged from lockdown today to resume filming on Top Gear’s next series with a pulsating electric car race around Staffordshire’s empty Alton Towers Resort.
The nation’s much-loved cook, Mary Berry, is back for a brand new BBC Two series, Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts.
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.
This summer is set to get even hotter when the who’s who of drama, music, sport and show business will battle it out to become Celebrity MasterChef 2020, as the ever-popular series produced by Shine TV, returns to prime-time BBC One
BBC’s Celebration Kitchen Live celebrates Eid, serving up special dishes and connecting audiences during isolation
In a vibrant Eid special to mark the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, host Matt Tebbutt is joined by Adil Ray to present a festive edition of the BBC’s live cookery show.
BBC Three and BBC Northern Ireland are expanding their youth content development scheme with the launch of a new brief for independent production companies based in Northern Ireland.
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.
First placements and training announced for Channel Four, BBC Cymru Wales and S4C-funded Factual Fast Track development programme
Following a highly competitive recruitment process, six of Wales’ most talented producers have been selected to be part of this ambitious, game-changing development programme.
BBC One Wales granted unprecedented access to the hospital at the centre of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wales in new documentary
A powerful, new documentary filmed by the medical team working at the Critical Care Unit at the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport will broadcast on BBC One Wales on Monday 11 May at 9pm.
BBC Three’s Glow Up is back for its second series, hosted by Stacey Dooley. Ten budding make-up artists (MUAs) take on weekly challenges in a battle to become Britain’s next make-up star and win a contract assisting some of the world’s leading make-up artists.
RHS and BBC One Show announce My Chelsea Garden, a competition to get the nation to ‘grow and show’ and celebrate Virtual RHS Chelsea Flower Show (18-23 May)
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and BBC One's The One Show are joining forces to launch My Chelsea Garden, a competition encouraging amateur gardeners across the nation to share images of their green spaces and growing efforts at home in search of the very best.
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.
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 One Daytime’s Ross Kemp: Britain’s Volunteer Army to celebrate everyday heroes of coronavirus crisis
Head of BBC Daytime and Early Peak Carla-Maria Lawson has ordered a variety of new factual commissions for BBC One Daytime and BBC iPlayer, to ensure audiences are informed, educated and entertained through lockdown and beyond.
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.
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