Applications Are Open For Aim High Applications are open for AIM HIGH the new entrant training scheme for aspiring TV producers, run by Northern Ireland Screen and BBC Northern Ireland. Details of how to apply can be found on the Northern Ireland Screen website.
Upcoming Programming Announced By BBC Radio 4 Radio 4 has announced details of its upcoming programming including BBC New Comedy Award winner Lucy Beaumont’s new sitcom To Hull And Back, a day long exploration of the story of Britain through its poetry, and that next year’s Reith Lectures will be delivered by Professor Stephen Hawking.
Trust Publishes Provisional Conclusions On Changes To The BBC Services The BBC Trust has published its provisional conclusions on the proposals to reinvent BBC Three as an online-only service, launch a +1 channel for BBC One; evolve BBC iPlayer; and extend the hours of CBBC… You can read the BBC’s statement in response, here… Save Our […]
First Week In July Music On BBC The BBC Concert Orchestra and conductor Ben Gernon play some of the BBC’s Ten Pieces live in concert at the Cheltenham Festival, in Radio 3 Live In Concert. Ken Bruce presented a special Friday Night Is Music Night (Radio 2) celebrating the six nominees of this year’s Museum Of The Year Award. […]
First Week In July World Service Programming Heart And Soul looked at the Congolese’s relationship with the Catholic Church. Last Saturday’s episode of The War That Changed The World – a series of debates to mark World War One – came from Washington DC and explored how war changed America’s place in the world.
First Week In July Drama On BBC BBC One: The Unit’s war of attrition on Roach and his gang is beginning to take effect in The Interceptor. More secrets are revealed to the Lottery winners in The Syndicate. The Stuarts (Radio 4) is Mike Walker’s four-part drama exploring the early years of William of Orange and his marriage to […]
First Week In July Children’s TV On BBC Small invites the Iron Chicken to a picnic in The Clangers (5.30pm, Monday, CBeebies). Chas finds an ingenious way to speed up his cleaning chores in Morph (6.25pm, Monday, CBBC). Horrible Histories (5.00pm, Monday, CBBC) looks at the life of Egyptian queen Cleopatra.