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BBC and Nigeria’s Channels Television will be launching a new current affairs programme called Gist Nigeria on April 17 on Channels TV.
BBC News Russian is expanding its digital offer with the two weekly podcasts: the sports series, Razgovory s arbitrom (Talking With The Referee) and the news roundup, Chto eto bylo? (What Was It All About?)
Hay Festival and the BBC have today unveiled the full-line up for the BBC Tent at Hay Festival Wales 2019, along with broader coverage for the Festival.
BBC News is innovating on its coverage of the 2019 general elections in India by launching a voice activated bulletin, experimenting with chatbot technology and by providing a daily fact-checking service to help debunk fake news.
The BBC's face of news in Scotland for the last three decades, Jackie Bird, has presented her final bulletin.
BBC News is to shine a spotlight on Middlesbrough, telling the stories that matter to the people of the Teesside town. The stories will air across the BBC’s national and regional news outlets, online platforms and social media.
RTS Network Presenter of the Year Emily Maitlis will become the new lead presenter for BBC Two’s Newsnight.
For the first time, the European Parliament has addressed the ongoing persecution and harassment of BBC Persian staff and their families.
This year, to coincide with the annual News Day, BBC Young Reporter has announced the winners and finalists of its inaugural competition. Twelve finalists, aged between 11 and 18, have been selected from over 1,500 entries from across the UK to have their stories broadcast across the BBC.
Ten BBC presenters will be in Bradford next week as part of We Are Bradford, a week of stories from and about the city on the BBC.
Jonathan Dimbleby is to step down as chair of Radio 4’s political debate programme Any Questions? which he has presented since 1987.
Following on from the announcement that BBC Three programmes will feature in a regular slot on BBC One, BBC Three have announced new commissions that showcase the breadth and range of programmes that the channel has on offer for young people.
The murder of a young Manchester couple is re-examined in BBC Radio 5 Live's latest podcast, Paradise
Paradise, the latest true crime podcast from BBC Radio 5 Live, re-examines the case of British backpackers Chris Farmer and Peta Frampton, who went missing while travelling through Belize in Central America.
‘Call to listen’ function offers access to BBC World Service in areas where mobile data is expensive or unavailable.
Stephen Jardine will take the presenter’s chair on Debate Night - the flagship current affairs debate show on the new BBC Scotland channel which launches on 24 February.
Meet the faces of The Nine - the BBC Scotland team that will bring the national and international news to Scotland in the new channel’s flagship nightly hour-long programme.
BBC News is to pioneer a new approach to newsgathering with a week of news stories about Bradford across its national and regional outlets, podcasts, online platforms and on social media.
“Journalism partnerships work” says the BBC a year on from the launch of pioneering project in local news
A pioneering partnership between the BBC and the local news industry has resulted in more than 50,000 public service stories in its first year and is now attracting international attention from other countries keen to replicate its success.
BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat and the BBC News visual journalism team are launching a new Know Your Place calculator - designed so young people in the UK can see where the place they live rates on a number of factors important to them.
Naja Nielsen has been appointed Digital Director for BBC News.
The BBC will “reinvent and refresh” its offer in England - including BBC local radio and regional TV news - to ensure it is providing the best possible services to all audiences across the country.
The countdown is on for the launch of The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on Radio 2 on Monday 14 January, and today, Tina Daheley is announced as the programme's newsreader.
Coverage of Sepsis on The Archers and Call The Midwife led to over 20,000 calls or visits to the BBC Action Line to find information or support on the issue this year.
The BBC, joined by Angelina Jolie as executive producer, will pilot a global English-language current affairs programme for children in 2019, Our World. It will include ten episodes of a weekly programme.
The BBC Board has published a review into the operation of the BBC’s commercial subsidiaries.
Ben Hunte, an award-winning journalist, will begin his role as the first LGBT correspondent for BBC News starting in the New Year.
Fiona Bruce has been announced as the new presenter for BBC One’s Question Time.
Directors of the British Broadcasting Corporation, ABC (Australia), Deutsche Welle, France Médias Monde, NHK (Japan) and United States Agency for Global Media today said public service broadcasting faces ‘increasing threats’ and expressed concern about ‘troubling attacks‘ on journalists around the world.
The first official pictures of The Nine set have been released, highlighting the look of the news hour which will launch on the new BBC Scotland channel in February 2019, bringing national and international news to audiences across Scotland.
BBC Young Reporter invites young people across the country to take part in competition as part of new initiative.
Extensive BBC research project carried out in India, Kenya, and Nigeria shows nationalism is driving the spread of fake news.
The BBC News Russian TV programme, News From The BBC, is now part of the prime-time offer of the Berlin-based Russian-language TV channel, OstWest. The 26-minute Monday to Friday global news programme will air at 17:00 Berlin Time (18:00 during summer time).
The BBC will be launching the Beyond Fake News project on 12 November with the release of findings from original BBC research into how and why disinformation is shared.
The BBC’s 100 Women season returns this November, shining a spotlight on women’s experiences around the world with three weeks of special programmes, features, big-name interviews and digital content, across the BBC’s UK and international TV and radio services and online.
Faisal Islam, the multi award-winning economic and financial journalist, will join BBC News as its new Economics Editor.
BBC News has officially opened its largest news bureau outside the UK, in Nairobi, Kenya.
The BBC is launching a brand new business programme which will broadcast from the BBC’s Delhi bureau and air on both BBC World Service English (radio) and BBC World News (TV).
Following an ambitious four years of coverage to mark the centenary of the First World War, this November the BBC will mark Remembrance Week 2018, and the end of the war across TV, radio and online.
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The winners of the first Today Student Journalism Awards have been announced at an awards ceremony held at the historic BBC Radio Theatre.
BBC Global News unveils major new Science of Memory research and showcases innovative new AR and VR series at first ever IAB UK Digital Upfront
BBC Global News, the BBC’s commercially funded international news platform, put the art and science of great storytelling centre stage and previewed exciting new editorial series and commercial opportunities at its first ever IAB UK Digital Upfront.
BBC StoryWorks reveals how brands can create powerful moments that lead to long-term memory creation in new Science of Memory study
Commissioned by BBC StoryWorks, the content marketing division of BBC Global News, the Science of Memory uses the latest neuroscience techniques to investigate how emotions impact memory, and how brands can create powerful moments that lead to long-term memory creation.
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