Tag Archives: BBC
Springwatch presenter Chris Packham visited the University of Lincoln this evening, to give a public lecture on bats and owls.
I think somebody’s tweet I saw summed up this episode and it simply read: “David Tennant and Matt Smith would have loved Robin Hood.”
The University of Lincoln was treated to a journalism master-class yesterday as Angela Rippon OBE shared her thoughts on the broadcast industry.
Written by Joel Loynds I’m not going to lie and say I was confident in the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Headwriter, Steven Moffat’s plots had become as intricate as the interior of the TARDIS itself and required your own little man on the side to explain it all.
Fresh out of presenting Reading Festival’s TV coverage, he hosts one of Radio 1’s most popular weekend shows. But this success hasn’t come easily; It’s a whopping 14 years since a teenage Huw Stephens joined the BBC. At just 17, he became Radio 1’s youngest ever presenter.
A student from the University of Lincoln has won the jackpot on the BBC One TV show “Pointless”. Melike Berker caught up with him.
A research project led by academics at the University of Lincoln has found itself at the forefront of the BBC’s popular new series “Africa”, presented by Sir David Attenborough. Emma Unwin reports.
New BBC sitcom, Citizen Khan received almost 200 complaints when it was first broadcast. John Fernandez finds out why.
With more people getting free tickets to the filming of their favourite shows, Hannah Gilbey looks at how this is possible and how she managed to get some of her own.
British artists Rizzle Kicks and Wretch 32 will both be performing at The Engine Shed in separate shows next year.