The professional dancers of Strictly Come Dancing have devised a routine for the British public to learn ahead of the BBC’s Big Night In.
Catherine Tate will reprise her errant schoolgirl role – now struggling with home education – with David Tennant as her teacher for a BBC show.
Matt Baker has signed off as a presenter of The One Show in an emotional last episode in which he was broadcasting from self-isolation in his own home.
Matt Baker is leaving The One Show after nearly a decade, to focus on other opportunities and spend more time with his family.
Alex Jones hosted The One Show alone as her co-presenter Matt Baker was self-isolating amid the coronavirus outbreak.
BBC DJ Greg James has asked fans to help him discover who “captured” him from the Brit Awards after he missed his Radio 1 Breakfast Show.
Alex Jones has paid tribute to her The One Show co-host Matt Baker after he announced he is quitting the programme.
Matt Baker has announced that he is leaving The One Show after nine years.
Formula One racing team McLaren has built a special rickshaw that allows blind riders to take part in The One Show’s annual fundraising effort for BBC Children In Need.
Countryfile rambling is returning across the UK to raise money for disadvantaged children.
A group of Aberdeen pensioners are set to appear on The One Show tonight.
One Show presenter Alex Jones has revealed she went to hospital for help after not feeling her baby move much for days.
The star-studded Children In Need appeal show was the most-watched programme of the day as more than £50 million was raised for the charity.
More than £50.5 million has been raised during the Children In Need 2018 appeal show.
The appeal show for Children In Need 2018 raised almost £34 million in just a few hours.
Formula One racing team McLaren has donated an accessible rickshaw to The One Show for its annual fundraising effort for BBC Children In Need.
The One Show will broadcast live from the Outer Hebrides next week in a two-part special of the weeknight programme.
NHS employees who go the extra mile to deliver outstanding care to patients are to be celebrated by The One Show.
Stars including Tess Daly, Alex Jones, Matt Baker and Ore Oduba are encouraging the people of the UK to do something “wild, wonderful and unique” to raise money for BBC Children in Need.