TV personality Baz Ashmawy will take over from Nick Knowles to present the Irish version of DIY SOS.
The BBC has scrapped the public vote used to select the UK’s Eurovision Song Contest entry, instead opting to give a record label the final say.
Top Gear is getting a Norwegian remake – and here are its hosts.
The executive producer behind a film exploring the rise of the far right has blamed the trend on the policies of the UK’s successive governments.
BBC Studios has retained the contract to make Countryfile after bidding from other producers.
BBC One crime thriller Luther is getting a remake – in India.
Jason Manford will star in upcoming BBC comedy series Scarborough.
A former EastEnders producer who commissioned hit BBC shows including Shameless, Life On Mars and The Street will head up a revived academy for up-and-coming scriptwriters.
The last six months of Marilyn Monroe’s life will be explored in a new drama series.
The BBC is looking to “change the world” with a £300 million deal to form a “natural history Netflix”.
The BBC has announced a £173 million takeover of UKTV channels from Discovery as part of the “largest ever” deal in the broadcaster’s history.
Jools Holland will be joined by co-hosts on his music show as part of a revamp of the series, the BBC has announced.
Viewers will be able to binge on classic British comedies The Vicar Of Dibley, Blackadder and Only Fools And Horses thanks to a new deal between Sky and BBC Studios.
Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer has said that humanity is “slithering” towards extinction if it does not tackle climate change.
Paddy McGuinness has revealed that his first motoring experience came aged just 12 when his father let him drive the family car on public roads.
The BBC is seeking to “captivate Chinese audiences” with a Mandarin adaptation of hit series Life On Mars.
Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer will score One Planet, Seven Worlds – a new BBC series exploring the continents narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
BBC Studios has lost the rights to produce long-running quiz show Mastermind, which will return to the famous interrogation style of its roots.
The TV coverage of BBC Proms is to be produced by an independent production company for the first time.
Women at the BBC continue to be paid “far less” than men for the same work, a report into equal pay at the broadcaster has said.