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Join Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody for a rummage through his record collection in a new six-part series for BBC Radio Ulster, The Gary Lightbody Show: All Things All At Once.
Drama lovers all over the land have something to celebrate. As part of BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine, which aims to continue to bring culture into the homes of audiences during lockdown, BBC Arts, the Lyric Theatre, BBC Northern Ireland - with support from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland - are collaborating on some new theatre commissions from Northern Ireland.
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.
BBC Northern Ireland has commissioned a range of new television programmes that will inform, educate and entertain local television audiences – and help to underpin the independent production sector and its role in the wider creative economy.
With many of this year’s sporting events cancelled or postponed, BBC Sport NI is delving into the archive to give fans something to cheer about on Sunday nights with a new five-part series, Sport Re-run.
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.
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.
Have some fun and relax your body and stretch your mind. Get back to nature or improve your game with rugby and cricket classes. Or just dance.
BBC Northern Ireland presents Lock-in Festival - an Easter Monday music extravaganza of live performances
It’s an Easter Monday musical treat from BBC Northern Ireland! The Lock-in Festival is an evening of some of the best live performances recorded in Northern Ireland by the BBC, from iconic acts alongside local music heroes.
The BBC will support and represent faith communities during the COVID-19 pandemic across its networks.
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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.
BBC Radio Ulster/Foyle will be marking Easter with a series of programmes across the week.
BBC Northern Ireland is to make some temporary changes to its schedules from Monday 30 March to continue to provide Northern Ireland audiences with dedicated content throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.
Broadcasters Tara Mills and Declan Harvey are to take over as presenters of BBC Radio Ulster’s drive time news programme. Tara has been a familiar face on BBC Northern Ireland for many years as a BBC Newsline presenter and reporter. Declan joined BBC Northern Ireland three years ago after working as a news journalist for BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat.
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.
BBC Northern Ireland and Libraries NI marked their successful partnership today with the roll out of a new archive resource in all libraries across Northern Ireland and the announcement of a series of library based BBC events at locations across the region.
Award-winning broadcasters Sarah Brett and Chris Buckler are to return to BBC Northern Ireland as presenters of BBC Radio Ulster’s flagship breakfast news programme Good Morning Ulster.
Filming has begun on Bloodlands, a major original crime drama for BBC One, created by exciting new writer Chris Brandon and produced by HTM Television (co-owned by Jed Mercurio and Hat Trick Productions).
Join ‘Captain’ Steven Rainey on The Cruise, enjoying a relaxed voyage to the end of your weekend, in a new series for BBC Radio Ulster.
Love and romance get a distinctly Northern Ireland twist, in a brand new six-part radio comedy drama on BBC Radio Ulster, from breakthrough writer/comedian Ciarán Bartlett.
Ande Gray is to co-present this year’s BBC Northern Ireland School Choir Of The Year alongside BBC Radio Ulster’s Kerry McLean.
A new two-part series for BBC Northern Ireland from DoubleBand Films follows a community choir on the Ards Peninsula as they prepare to perform Handel’s Messiah - sung for the first time in Ulster-Scots.
Join BBC Radio Foyle for a special evening of entertainment and celebration to mark the 40th birthday of the station live from the city’s Guildhall on Thursday 5 December from 7.30pm.
BBC NI announces comprehensive multiplatform coverage of the 2019 General Election in Northern Ireland
The coverage will bring all the debate and drama to audiences on BBC News NI digital services, television, radio, BBC Sounds and BBC iPlayer.
Emma Dunseith has been appointed as Head of Content Production for BBC Northern Ireland.
When people, passions and postcodes unite, great things can happen to help children and young people across Northern Ireland.
BBC Northern Ireland School Choir Of The Year is set to return next year. The search has begun as applications are now open to find the very best primary and post-primary school choirs in Northern Ireland in 2020.
James Nesbitt (The Missing, Cold Feet) will star in Bloodlands, a major original crime drama for BBC One, created by exciting new writer Chris Brandon and produced by HTM Television.
Wendy Austin, Noel Thompson, Seamus McKee and Karen Patterson to stand down from daily presentation on BBC Radio Ulster
Four of BBC Radio Ulster’s best known news broadcasters have decided to move away from daily presentation on BBC Radio Ulster to take on new challenges and enjoy a change of pace.
BBC Three is inviting independent production companies based in Northern Ireland to submit format ideas as part of a youth content development scheme with the promise of a factual entertainment series for the channel.
BBC Sport NI is to provide comprehensive coverage of this year’s GAA Ulster Senior Football Club Championship with action shown across TV, online and on BBC iPlayer.
BBC Academy’s Digital Cities Belfast (#DigiBelfast) returns this autumn from Sunday 3 November until Friday 8 November with a series of free events and workshops aimed at developing skills and bringing the creative sector together.
BBC Northern Ireland will give viewers the chance to watch programmes and documentaries specially commissioned to mark 50 years since the arrival of troops in Northern Ireland with a new BBC iPlayer collection - The Troubles At 50.
On TV, BBC One will air Remembrance programming including the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance 2019 and The Cenotaph. BBC One will also broadcast a special one-off documentary, Gary Lineker: My Grandad’s War, where the presenter retraces the steps of his late grandfather Stanley Abbs during World War Two.
BBC Northern Ireland has launched the new Two Minute Tales initiative for children.
Spotlight On The Troubles: A Secret History concludes with a series of revelations about the decades-long conflict
Spotlight On The Troubles: A Secret History, the seven-part landmark series from BBC Northern Ireland, concludes on Tuesday night with a 90-minute film looking at how the Troubles in Northern Ireland came to an end. It will be accompanied by an hour-long film looking behind the scenes at the process of investigative journalism throughout the series.
Book Week NI, a week-long celebration of books and reading, returns from Monday 14 - Sunday 20 October. Now in its fourth year, Book Week NI is a joint initiative between Libraries NI and BBC Northern Ireland. It celebrates the many pleasures and benefits of reading and how books and libraries can provide people with points of connection and discovery.
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