BBC Three could return as a linear channel as part of the broadcaster’s efforts to focus on younger audiences – with BBC Four airing more repeats.
The BBC is exploring the possibility of launching BBC Four as a global subscription service outside of the UK, it has been announced.
The BBC will broadcast episodes of cult 1980s art teacher Bob Ross’s The Joy Of Painting series as part of its Culture In Quarantine programming.
The BBC has unveiled a programme of classical music as part of its “virtual festival of the arts” amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Spandau Ballet’s Gary and Martin Kemp are set to feature in a spoof documentary about them recording a new album.
Mark Gatiss will reunite with former Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi when he pens and directs a new Christmas ghost story for BBC Four, it has been announced.
The BBC has announced a plane-spotting show – pledging it is not just for “aviation geeks”.
Bros stars Matt and Luke Goss have announced a new TV show following the success of their fly-on-the-wall documentary.
The Government has been condemned following the BBC’s decision to means-test licence fees for the elderly.
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer will return to TV screens with another series of their Big Night Out.
Ireland’s Eurovision Song Contest entry is one of 18 acts who will take to the stage for the second of two live semi-finals.
The Eurovision Song Contest will begin in earnest tonight as 17 international acts take to the stage in Israel for the first live semi-final.
The BBC is looking to enhance its coverage of film with two new cinematic commissions.
Funnyman Vic Reeves is filming a TV documentary about the Bauhaus art movement.
BBC Four, the channel that brought international shows such as Borgen and Inspector Montalbano to UK viewers, has snapped up a new thriller from Australia.
BBC Four will air four new programmes across February celebrating British diversity and voices that are “less known and often unheard”.
The BBC will air six new films about slavery in the modern age, including one focusing on child labour in India, the broadcaster has announced.
A ghost story and a re-examining of The Yorkshire Ripper case with “contemporary eyes” are among the new commissions announced by BBC Four.
Theatre director Vicky Featherstone has told of her disbelief that the BBC allowed her to call her new series based on women Snatches.
A two-hour BBC show featuring nothing more than a journey down a canal has proved an unlikely hit with viewers.