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Waiting for A Level and GCSE results is a nerve-racking time, and never more so than this year with students receiving results based on predictive grades due to exams being cancelled during the pandemic.
Record-breaking numbers of children turned to the BBC’s iPlayer content, apps and websites during lockdown to keep themselves informed, educated and entertained while at home.
From Monday 6 July, BBC Bitesize Daily is hosting Sports Week, a jam-packed week dedicated to daily sports activities from sport governing bodies, advice from top sporting heroes and even a virtual Sports Day at the end of the week.
The BBC has set out plans to transform its local services in England as it seeks to serve audiences better, respond to lessons learnt during the COVID-19 crisis and make savings to tackle its financial challenges.
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.
The BBC has made more than 200,000 radio and TV programmes from its archive more accessible with a new online tool called Programme Explorer.
With the Prime Minister Boris Johnson announcing more changes to Covid-19 restrictions, and further updates on everything from shops opening to travel, the BBC has released a new online tool to help people find answers to many of their questions.
25 new works of literary, musical, visual, sonic, and performance arts themed around lockdown announced as part of Culture In Quarantine - launched by Jonty Claypole, Director of BBC Arts, at the beginning of lockdown.
Family, friends, and classmates can now watch and listen to BBC programmes together even when they’re apart, with BBC Together, a new experiment from BBC Research & Development.
BBC Arts and The WOW Foundation have today announced a partnership, as part of the BBC Arts Culture In Quarantine initiative, to curate a brand new digital WOW festival online.
BBC Writersroom reveals the first five writers selected for interconnected - a scriptwriting opportunity about staying connected during isolation
Charlotte Riley, Don Gilet, Ian McElhinney and Lisa McGrillis to star in shorts that show a moment of human interaction in an otherwise socially distanced world.
BBC Cymru Wales has announced a range of new programmes, commissioned during the lockdown period, for television, radio and online. The announcement comes after the broadcaster set-out a package of support for the creative sector and called for independent production companies to submit new programme ideas.
Children and parents turned to the BBC in record numbers for lockdown learning yesterday as three million children took BBC Bitesize Daily lessons on its first day.
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 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 Arts has announced further programming for Culture In Quarantine, a virtual festival of the arts rooted in the experience of national lockdown.
BBC News has outlined its initial plans for how it will continue to offer its audiences trusted and accurate news throughout the Coronavirus crisis.
Young gamers can now play the BBC’s first online multiplayer game - Nightfall - which has landed in app stores today.
BBC News outlines plans to modernise its newsroom to respond to changing audience needs, ensure it is providing a truly universal service, and complete its £80m savings target.
Football fans can enjoy two full days of FA Cup fourth round action this weekend, with live games, classic matches, highlights and all the goals thanks to a new pop-up channel launching on BBC iPlayer.
Wales, British and Irish Lions centre Jonathan Davies, Dylan Hartley and Michael Cheika join BBC’s 2020 Six Nations line-up
Wales and British and Irish Lions centre Jonathan Davies joins the BBC team for the upcoming 2020 Guinness Six Nations Championship. England’s most capped hooker of all time Dylan Hartley and ex-Australia coach Michael Cheika are among the other new names to join the BBC’s line-up.
More Doctor Who fans than ever can now step inside a VR version of the TARDIS as the BBC’s hit virtual reality experience Doctor Who: The Runaway comes to the Doctor Who YouTube channel and launches internationally.
BBC plans most ambitious year of climate change coverage as it steps up commitment to Our Planet Matters
The BBC is planning its most ambitious year of climate change coverage with special programming, digital coverage and debates.
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.
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 Radio 5 live presenters Elis James and John Robins will talk to famous names about the challenges they have faced in life, in a new podcast called How Do You Cope?... With Elis And John for BBC Sounds and BBC Radio 5 live.
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.
With more people using smart speakers than ever before, the BBC is reinventing the way it delivers news on voice devices.
Radio 2 presenter and bona fide karaoke king, Rylan Clark-Neal will sing in a 24 hour non-stop karaoke extravaganza to raise money for BBC Children in Need 2019.
Mental health, career support and improved physical health top major BBC study showing what people want from technology
Results of a major global BBC study into how people could benefit from technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) show mental health support (63%), getting a better job (61%) and improved physical health (55%) are key areas where technology could help improve their lives.
Employers, recent graduates, people interested in technology and employees will be able to benefit from a new apprenticeship that has been created with the BBC, UK universities and a number of agencies.
Young people getting their first phone will have a new way to help them have a happier, healthier, more positive life online - with the new BBC Own It app.
The BBC is making thousands of fascinating clips from its archive available to watch on a new website - bbc.co.uk/archive
BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra and BBC Music Introducing will return to Reading and Leeds Festival across the August bank holiday weekend.
Legendary Nile Rodgers announced as ambassador for BBC Music Day’s initiative to reach people living with dementia through music
The fifth annual BBC Music Day takes place on Thursday 26 September 2019. This year’s theme is music and wellbeing, using the power of music to inspire and bring people together to make a positive impact.
24.07.2019 BBC One, CBBC, Radio 1, Radio 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio 4, Radio, Learning, Online and interactive, Daytime, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, English Regions, BBC Music, Orchestras, Commissioning, BBC Sounds
BBC World News’ technology programme Click has developed the world’s first interactive factual programme using object-based media technology, allowing viewers to choose from hundreds of thousands of alternative versions.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, the BBC is launching its critically acclaimed virtual reality film 1943 Berlin Blitz in 360° for the first time.
A new scheme from the BBC will enable women looking to move into a career in software engineering to gain the skills they need to do so, as applications open today for this year’s Step Into Tech scheme.
As the world‘s most iconic music festival makes a much anticipated comeback after a fallow year, the BBC will once again be the destination to catch the biggest sets and best moments from Glastonbury.
As part of its partnership with Libraries NI the BBC is taking its best virtual reality experiences out on tour this summer, bringing them to local libraries across Northern Ireland.
BBC Bitesize launches campaign to support more than three quarters of a million kids preparing to start secondary school
BBC Bitesize, working with the charity YoungMinds, is announcing its new campaign Starting Secondary School. The campaign is aimed at 10 to 12 year olds, parents and teachers and designed to help support the critical step of beginning secondary school.
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