BBC Studios, the BBC’s TV production arm, has secured approval to launch as a commercial subsidiary and make programmes for other broadcasters.
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The beeb has announced that this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards will feature performances from Robbie Williams, Laura Mvula and Gareth Malone and the Invictus Choir.
Tom Hardy is to read a CBeebies Bedtime Story to little ones across the country this New Year’s Eve.
Prizes from Paul McCartney, Niall Horan, Ed Sheeran & The 1975 on offer in Trekstock’s ‘Trekstocking’ campaign
Trekstock, a UK charity which supports young adults experiencing cancer, is hoping to raise £50,000 this Christmas. Celebrities, musicians, artists, brands and friends of the charity have joined together to donate one-of-a-kind prizes which Trekstock are auctioning and raffling online.
‘Stone heads’ of Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have gone on their own Grand Tour.
The Mardi Gras in New Orleans has proved the most popular music pilgrimage destination beating Ibiza and the Rio Carnival.
Robbie Williams is to perform exclusively for BBC Radio 2 next week. The concert will be broadcast live on the station on December 8th.
The actor passed away November 23, family and friends gathered at his funeral yesterday in North London.
The production also stars Robert Lindsay.
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