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Well-known singers speak to BBC local radio listeners

Singers Sir Cliff Richard, Dolly Parton, Robbie Williams, Kylie Minogue and Gary Barlow join Owain Wyn Evans for a special week of programmes on local BBC radio this Christmas. BBC weatherman Owain introduces the stars to some of England’s Make a Difference heroes of lockdown 2020 in a series that will air daily at 9am from Monday 28th December to Friday 1st January. In March, all 39 local BBC stations across England launched Make a Difference – a virtual notice board for those offering help ...
Tags: England, Top, Bbc, Radio, Radio industry, Gary Barlow, Glossop, Cliff Richard, Bbc Local Radio, Chris Burns, Owain Wyn Evans, Owain, BBC Audio and Digital, Gary Barlow Gary, Vicky Murphy

Star Wars Bits: Hyper Toy Drive 2020, Star Wars Squadrons, Guardians of the Whills, Dark Troopers, and More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Hyper Toy Drive 2020 Star Wars: Squadrons Updates Star Wars Podcast & YouTube Round-Up Star Wars: Guardians of the Whills – The Manga John Boyega’s “Transparent, Honest” Conversation with Kathleen Kennedy And more! Hyper Toy Drive 2020 Toys for Tots, the charitable organization known for bringing gifts to children in need has been hit especially hard by COVID, and the people they help need them more than ever this year. This is why twelve Star Wars podca...
Tags: Amazon, Star-Wars, Movies, Stephen Colbert, Disney, Bbc, New Jersey, Justice League, Resistance, Johnson, Lucasfilm, Avengers, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Rian Johnson, Kenner

More syndicated programmes for BBC Radio this Christmas

The official launch of Christmas at BBC network radio will take place on Tuesday 1st December when Radio 1, Radio 1 Dance, 1Xtra, Asian Network, Radio 2 and 6 Music come together for a syndicated show. The BBC Radio Christmas House Party will see the six services come together to launch their festive celebrations at 5pm. And BBC local radio stations will be handing over their local frequencies for more networked shows than usual over Christmas with only seven hours of local output on Christma...
Tags: Top, Bbc, Radio, Radio industry, BBC Radio, Jim Davis, Annie Nightingale, Zoe Ball, Bbc Local Radio, Charlotte Moore BBC, Asian Network Radio, BBC Radio Christmas House Party, Nana Akua, Lewis Hamilton Evan Spiegel, Jeremy Farrar Margaret Atwood Prue Leith, Bishop Rose Hudson Wilkin

BBC America’s Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks Trailer Released

BBC America’s Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks Trailer Released BBC America has released the official Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks trailer for the upcoming holiday special that is set to air on Friday, January 1 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. You can check out the trailer now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiral...
Tags: Video, UK, TV, Movies, Doctor Who, US, America, Earth, Bbc, Britain, TV News, Graham, Jack, Bbc America, Christine Keeler, Chris Noth

‘Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks’ Trailer Reveals New Year’s 2021 Release Date

After months of teasing (and an exciting teaser that revealed the return of fan-favorite character Captain Jack Harkness), BBC has finally released the trailer for the Doctor Who “festive” special “Revolution of the Daleks.” And now we know why they kept calling it the “festive special” — the release date has been revealed for the special holiday episode, which will hit the air on New Year’s Day 2021. Which is a long wait, yes, but not as long as the wait that the Doctor has to endure while tra...
Tags: Television, Movies, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Earth, Bbc, Jack, Russell T Davies, Davies, Chris Chibnall, Jack Harkness, Jack Robertson, TV Trailer, Jodie Whittaker, Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks, Jack John Barrowman

The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Survivor' to 'The Crown'

"The Crown" Netflix "The Queen's Gambit" was the top Netflix series for a month, but "The Crown" has finally topped it. Netflix introduced daily top lists of the most popular titles on the streaming service in February. Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of the lists and provides Business Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular TV shows on Netflix. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Queen's Gambit" was the most popular Netflix series for a month an...
Tags: TV, Media, Nbc, Entertainment, Office, US, Trends, Bbc, Features, Netflix, Streaming, Guardian, Cbs, Npr, Johnson, Rotten Tomatoes

Audio Production Awards 2020 winners announced

The winners for the Audio Production Awards 2020 have been announced during an online ceremony hosted by Jeremy Vine and Snoochie Shy. It was a good night for George the Poet and producer Benbrick as they collectively won four Gold awards for ‘Have you heard George’s Podcast?’ This included Benbrick winning ‘Best Arts Producer’ with the judges saying: “We were simply blown away by the originality of this audio. It mixed amazing topics with a unique soundscape, and was outstandingly creative”....
Tags: England, Top, Awards, Bbc, Production, Radio, Radio industry, Jeremy Vine, Lauren Laverne, Brixton, George, BBC Radio, Gareth Evans, Prison Radio, Jon Holmes, Annie Nightingale

BBC Radio Bradford service to launch in December

BBC Radio Bradford will launch next month as the area enters tier 3 in the Government’s new post-Lockdown system. The ultra-local station will have its own Breakfast and Mid-Morning shows, along with local news bulletins and sport output. In an email to staff on Thursday, Head of Audio and Digital Chris Burns says new funding has been made available to run BBC Radio Bradford, so staff at Radio Leeds won’t be required to take on extra work. “To get up and running as quickly as we can, we will ...
Tags: Top, Bbc, Radio, Bradford, Sunderland, Radio industry, Wolverhampton, Bbc Local Radio, Radio Leeds, Chris Burns, Digital Chris Burns, Bbc Radio Bradford, Mid Morning, BBC Radio Leeds Chris

BBC Local Radio drops networked late show plan

BBC Local Radio will retain its current structure of local and regional late shows in an apparent U-turn on the decision to introduce a networked late show. The corporation said in July that syndicated programmes would air across all BBC locals at 10pm each day, with more on weekends. But in an email to staff today, Head of Audio and Digital Chris Burns said: “As we look to increase localness across BBC England, we will now be keeping local and regional late shows. “I would like to thank all ...
Tags: England, Top, Digital, Bbc, Radio, Bradford, Radio industry, Bbc Local Radio, Chris Burns, Bbc Radio Bradford

New Head of Audio role for Geoff Jein at TBI

Producer Geoff Jein has been appointed as Head of Audio at independent production company TBI Media. Geoff has worked with many well known presenters including Chris Evans at BBC Radio 2, Christian O’Connell at Absolute Radio and Jamie Theakston & Emma Bunton at Global. In the past 12 months at TBI he’s Exec Produced projects including the ACF funded VE Day tribute Absolute Radio 40s, Sleeping… with David Baddiel for Audible and Magic with the Musicals from the London Palladium. After spells...
Tags: UK, England, London, Australia, Bbc, People, Radio, Southern Cross, Magic, David Baddiel, Chris Evans, TBI, BBC Radio, Geoff, Absolute Radio, ACF

‘Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks’ Teaser Reveals the Return of a Familiar Face in the Holiday Special

Jack is back! On the 57th anniversary of the Doctor Who premiere, the beloved BBC sci-fi show finally released a teaser for its upcoming holiday special with one whopper of a reveal: Captain Jack, played by John Barrowman for four seasons on the Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood and in recurring appearances on the flagship show, is back, baby. What else do we know about “Revolution of the Daleks,” the upcoming festive special that may be released either this Christmas or New Year? Very little else....
Tags: Television, Movies, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Earth, Bbc, Daleks, Jack, Torchwood, John Barrowman, Chris Chibnall, Chibnall, Jack He, Barrowman, TV Trailer, Jodie Whittaker

Free DAB promised for Tynemouth community stations

MUX ONE, a bidder for the Tynemouth and South Shields Small Scale DAB multiplex has promised free carriage for C-DSP licence holders. Following the closing date for applications on Monday, the new business says it has doubled the number of C-DSP allocations it will be required to offer, and will give them away for free. A C-DSP licence is obtained from Ofcom for any community radio organisation starting to broadcast on DAB. It will need to provide social gain and have a studio based within th...
Tags: Top, Bbc, Radio, Ofcom, Newcastle, Sunderland, Radio industry, North, Geordies, Digital Radio, DSP, DAVE ROBERTS, Fox TV, South Shields, Tyne, NTL

Six new members for the Ofcom Content Board

Ofcom has appointed six new members to its Content Board to serve a three-year term from 1 November 2020 to 31 October 2023. Ofcom’s Content Board has advisory responsibility for a wide range of content issues, including the regulation of television, radio and video-on-demand quality and standards. It provides senior editorial and content experience to Ofcom with its membership drawing on a wide range of expertise and experience from across the broadcasting, production, media and technolog...
Tags: Europe, Bbc, People, Radio, Ofcom, University of East London, NewsGuard, Content Board, Ofcom Content Board, Dekan Apajee Dekan, Rachel Coldicutt Rachel, Careful Industries, Anna Sophie Harling Anna Sophie, Peter Horrocks Peter, Tobin Ireland Tobin, Kim Shillinglaw Kim

Boom Radio set to launch for the Baby Boomers

Radio executives Phil Riley and David Lloyd are launching a new radio station aimed at the 55+ market in the UK. Boom Radio, named after the Baby Boomer generation, refers to those born between 1946 and 1964, so now aged 56 to 74. The station promises a mix of music, presenter personality and conversation and will initially be on DAB in London, Bristol, Birmingham and Glasgow. Phil Riley told RadioToday: “If 2020 has taught us anything in the world of media, it’s that radio still has a vital ...
Tags: UK, Top, Bbc, Radio, Glasgow, Radio industry, David Lloyd, Boomers, Baby Boomer, Boomer, Phil Riley, Boom Radio, UK Boom Radio, London Bristol Birmingham

‘Black Narcissus’ Featurette Dives into the Making of FX’s Limited Series Starring Gemma Arterton

The first trailer for Black Narcissus released back in September didn’t do much to convince us that the three-part limited series adaptation of the best-selling novel by Rumer Godden would be worth watching this winter instead of just revisiting 1947 movie from Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. But now a new “first look” featurette dives a little more into the story and reveals some details about the making of the project starring Gemma Arterton. Check out the Black Narcissus featurette be...
Tags: UK, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, India, Bbc, Himalayas, Alessandro-Nivola, FX, Gemma-Arterton, Diana Rigg, Clodagh, Ruth, Dean, Andrew MacDonald

BBC Radio London looking into caller’s use of n-word

The BBC is investigating a call to BBC Radio London on Saturday night after a caller made it to air voicing repeated offensive language. The caller, who claimed to be from Greece, spoke a number of offensive words with presenter Sunny but was allowed to continue unchallenged. Then the presenter seemed to completely ignore the caller talking about a board game that “kills n*****s and gays”. The caller then went on to repeat the N-word at least half a dozen times with the host sounding confused...
Tags: London, Greece, Top, Bbc, Radio, Radio industry, BBC Radio London

BBC Radio London looking into malicious caller’s use of n-word

The BBC is investigating a call to BBC Radio London on Saturday night after a caller made it to air voicing repeated offensive language. The caller, who claimed to be from Greece, spoke a number of offensive words with presenter Sunny but was allowed to continue unchallenged. Then the presenter seemed to completely ignore the caller talking about a board game that “kills n*****s and gays”. The caller then went on to repeat the N-word at least half a dozen times with the host sounding confused...
Tags: London, Greece, Top, Bbc, Radio, Radio industry, BBC Radio London

Johnny Beerling returns to radio with Serenade

Former BBC Radio 1 Controller Johnny Beerling is going back to his roots as a radio presenter. Johnny will host an hour of the music he loves from the 40s, 50s and 60s on Serenade Radio each Sunday evening in Big Band Special. Speaking to RadioToday, Johnny says, “This may appear to be a far cry from my old BBC job but it gives me the opportunity to share my enthusiasm for my favourite music. I am a huge fan of Serenade with its broad appeal to the older audience, which is no longer catered f...
Tags: Top, Bbc, People, Radio, Dorset, BBC Radio, Johnny, Stuart Clarkson, Serenade, Johnny Beerling, RadioToday Johnny, Independent Radio

Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, and David Oyelowo to Star in a Murder Mystery

Cinematic murder mysteries are back in style, and Searchlight Pictures has a new one coming up that we’re very excited about. Sam Rockwell (Jojo Rabbit, Seven Psychopaths), Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird, Little Women), and David Oyelowo (Selma, Interstellar) have signed on to star in an untitled murder mystery set in the 1950s, with Rockwell and Ronan playing partners trying to solve the crime. Deadline reports the news about the new Sam Rockwell murder mystery, pointing out that Rockwell will be ...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Casting, Bbc, Netflix, Thriller, Fox Searchlight, David Oyelowo, Agatha Christie, Todd Margaret, Oyelowo, Sam-Rockwell, Ronan, Rockwell, Mystery/Suspense

CS Video: Small Axe Interviews With John Boyega & Letitia Wright

CS Video: Small Axe interviews with John Boyega & Letitia Wright Just in time for the anthology series’ debut on Amazon Prime Video, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with stars John Boyega (Naked Singularity) and Letitia Wright (Black Panther) to discuss their roles in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe. Our interviews can be viewed in the player below and the first episode can be viewed here! RELATED: Exclusive: John Boyega Teases Tone & Production Start of They Cloned Tyrone ...
Tags: Amazon, Video, TV, London, Movies, Interviews, Bbc, Features, TV News, Steve McQueen, Bob Marley, John Boyega, Mcqueen, Brixton, Bbc Studios, Wright

New Release Review [BBC] - LOVERS ROCK

In late '70s London, two young people are drawn together over the course of a house party. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: London, Movies, Bbc, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Eric Hillis

Fairytale of New York is not banned at the BBC

BBC Radio 1 is to play an edited version of Fairytale of New York by The Pogues this year, whilst Radio 2 will continue to play the original. A statement from the BBC confirms Radio 1 has not edited the song, contrary to reports, but has instead taken an alternative version provided by the record company. The song is not banned at the corporation, and each station is free to make a decision on which version to play. BBC 6 Music is letting its presenters choose which one to play on their own s...
Tags: New York, Top, Bbc, Radio, Radio industry, BBC Radio, Pogues, Bbc Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, Bbc Radio 6 Music

Cornelius Lysaght: Life after BBC Radio 5 Live

If you were to ask someone who has followed British horse racing over the past few decades for the voice they feel is most synonymous with the sport, a number of names will crop up. Legendary commentator, Sir Peter O’Sullevan would be one. Younger fans may look to Richard Hoiles or Simon Holt. Yet, the person who would be mentioned more often than most is Cornelius Lysaght. For 30 years, Lysaght was the voice of racing for the BBC. As the figurehead of 5 Live’s horse racing coverage, Lysaght...
Tags: Feature, Bbc, Radio, Britain, Denman, BBC Radio, Cornelius, Peter O'Sullevan, Cornelius Lysaght, Britain Ireland, Bbc Radio 5 Live, Simon Holt, Richard Hoiles, Lysaght, BBC Lysaght, Frankie Dettori Lysaght

BBC Radio 3 wants your Beethoven remixes

The BBC is inviting audiences and first time producers to create their own mixes for potential Radio 3 broadcast. Beethoven Remixed is part of a year-long pan-BBC season, Beethoven Unleased, marking the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth BBC Radio 3 and the BBC National Orchestra Of Wales have recorded the individual orchestral lines that make up the work for anyone to download from its website and remix for free using the basic ingredients to make their own masterpieces and potentiall...
Tags: Bbc, Radio, Beethoven, BBC Radio, Station News, Bbc Radio 3, Lorna Clarke, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Shiva Feshareki on Radio, Alan Davey Controller Radio

New to Stream: Acorn TV’s December 2020 Lineup!

New to Stream: Acorn TV’s December 2020 lineup! Acorn TV has announced its upcoming lineup for the month of December, including the premieres of the British period drama A Suitable Boy from Oscar-nominated director Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) and a virtual reunion of the cast of cult classic Canadian comedy series Slings & Arrows, which featured Rachel McAdams (Game Night). You can check out the full lineup below! RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: Change Will Challenge Tradition in The Crown ...
Tags: Facebook, England, TV, Movies, Australia, India, Disney, Bbc, New York Times, New Zealand, TV News, Jane Austen, Streaming, Npr, Rachel Mcadams, Jeremy

His Dark Materials Season 2 Promo: What to Expect in the Weeks Ahead

BEGIN SLIDESHOW His Dark Materials season 2 promo: What to expect in the weeks ahead Following last night’s return of His Dark Materials, HBO has released a promo for the remaining six episodes of the second season of its hit fantasy series. The video, which you can check out in the player below, teases the much-intensified search for Dafne Keen’s Lyra as her part in the prophecy comes to light while the Magisterium continues to wage war against those who defy them. RELATED: The Proph...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Trailer, Bbc, TV News, Wolf, Lin Manuel Miranda, Lyra, Piers Wenger, Bad Wolf, Asriel, His Dark Materials, Julie Gardner, Dafne Keen, TV Premiere Date

‘His Dark Materials’ Enters a Brave New World With “The City of Magpies”

His Dark Materials is going through some growing pains. The first season couldn’t quite meet its own Game of Thrones-sized ambitions, which hobbled the show before it could really find its footing. Was it a dark, serious epic fantasy? Or the whimsical YA adventure that Philip Pullman‘s novels first presented as? His Dark Materials ended up falling somewhere in the middle, and while the first season was a far more respectful adaptation than the disastrous 2007 film The Golden Compass, it was a t...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Earth, Bbc, Features, Tom Hooper, Philip Pullman, Will, Ruth Wilson, Mediterranean, Wilson, Pan, Ramsey, Pullman

Northampton presenter completes Bavin’s Big Bikeathon

BBC Radio Northampton presenter Wayne Bavin completed and exceeded his 12 hour, 100 mile challenge in ‘Bavin’s Big Bikeathon’ for Children in Need. Wayne, who hosts the afternoon show on BBC Radio Northampton smashed his target by cycling 117 miles in 12 hours – finishing his challenge live on air whilst presenting his radio show. He started the challenge at 6am on the hi-tech Watt bike from the University of Northampton, cycling throughout the day, raising hundreds of pounds for the BBC’s Ch...
Tags: Bbc, People, Radio, Northampton, Wayne, Watt, BBC Radio Northampton, Wayne Bavin, University of Northampton, Bavin

BBC to create temporary local radio services

The BBC is to create new temporary local radio output for new locations currently underserved by local radio stations including Bradford, Wolverhampton and Sunderland. These are not fully operational radio stations, but services to provide extra local content focussing on serving local audiences. Some will be broadcast and some will be online – but full details have not been released as yet. The BBC it will provide local news and information and invite our audience to get involved. A BBC spok...
Tags: UK, Top, Mark Carney, Bbc, Radio, Sunderland, Radio industry, Tim Davie, BBC World Service, Wolverhampton, BBC Radio, Gujarati, Asian Network, RadioToday, Bradford Wolverhampton, Bradford Sunderland

Clare Teal to leave BBC Radio 2 after 15 years

Jazz musician and presenter Clare Teal has announced that she’ll be leaving her Radio 2 Sunday night slot in the New Year. Clare has been presenting programmes on the station since 2006 including Big Band Special – and also took over Sunday evenings from Malcolm Laycock in 2009. She has covered the Cheltenham Jazz Festival for Radio 2 and also hosted programmes on digital station BBC Music Jazz. In 2016 she swapped to the earlier time of 7-9pm on Sundays while Claudia Winkleman was appearing ...
Tags: Top, Bbc, People, Radio, Bill Kenwright, Bill, Claudia Winkleman, Barry Humphries, BBC Radio, James Morrison, Clare, Clare Teal, Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2, Malcolm Laycock, Cheltenham Jazz Festival for Radio

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