BBC Children in Need are BBC charities and bear the BBC brand.
BBC Media Action was founded in 1999 by the BBC as its international development charity.
There will also be additional coverage and analysis across BBC Wales, BBC Scotland and BBC Northern Ireland.
Andrew joined the BBC as Finance Director BBC Technology, Distribution & Archives and oversaw the reorganisation of this division in 2015 as BBC Engineering.
Our national TV programming is available on a variety of channels and services including BBC ONE Wales & BBC Wales HD, BBC TWO Wales, BBC iPlayer and S4C.
Currently we have three (BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport and BBC News) but from early next year, we’ll be retiring the BBC News and BBC Sport apps.
BBC staff and presenters may take part in programming and events to support BBC Children in Need, Comic Relief, and other BBC fund-raising appeals or cross-BBC charitable initiatives.
In his role, he oversees all BBC programming produced for Wales, including BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru and extensive television output for S4C, BBC One Wales and BBC Two Wales.
We provide subtitles on all programme content broadcast on BBC One, BBC Two (including national and regional variants), BBC Four, BBC News, CBBC and CBeebies and on BBC Three long-form programming.
In addition to the launch of core services BBC 1 and BBC 2, on DSat and DTT, the corporation also launched innovative new channels such as BBC Choice, BBC Knowledge, BBC News 24 and BBC Parliament.
BBC 1 London and BBC 1 HD BBC 2 and BBC 2 HD in England (and Scotland) BBC 4 and BBC 4 HD CBBC and CBBC HD Cbeebies and Cbeebies HD BBC Scotland and BBC Scotland HD
She works with the senior team across the division which includes BBC radio, BBC Sounds, BBC Music, BBC Arts and BBC Children’s and Education and is spread across a number of UK sites, including London, Bristol, Salford and Birmingham.
BBC North in Salford has almost 3,500 staff and is the home of BBC Sport, BBC Radio 5 live, BBC Children’s and Education, BBC Philharmonic, BBC iPlayer and BBC Breakfast, as well as many other BBC departments.
Award-winning presenter and producer John Leech plays a selection of great soul music every Sunday afternoon between 4pm and 6pm on BBC Essex, BBC Radio Suffolk, BBC Radio Norfolk, BBC Radio Northampton, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire and BBC Three Counties.
Other highlights include Camila’s Kids’ Company: The Inside Story (BBC One), Syrian Love Story (BBC Four), Louis Theroux: Savile (BBC Two), The Great Pottery Throwdown (BBC Two), Behind Closed Doors (BBC One), and Professor Green’s Suicide And Me film (BBC Three).
Since 2008 the BBC has provided subtitles on 100% of its programme content broadcast on BBC One, BBC Two - including national and regional variants - BBC Four, BBC News, CBBC and CBeebies and continues to provide subtitles on 100% of BBC Three online long-form programming.
The films are published on the BBC Ideas website, and in addition may be promoted via the BBC News website, the BBC Homepage, and BBC social media channels (BBC Ideas is currently on Twitter and YouTube and posts via the main BBC social accounts on Facebook and Instagram).
38 BBC shows will be recorded or broadcast live from the site - including BBC Two’s Front Row Late, BBC World News’ Talking Books, BBC Radio 4’s Today and Start the Week, BBC Radio 3's The Essay and Free Thinking, plus a host of shows from BBC Wales and BBC Hereford and Worcester.
His other credits include Question Time (BBC One), Celebrity Mastermind (BBC One), Pointless Celebrities (BBC One), Celebrity Eggheads (BBC Two), Breakfast (BBC One), Songs Of Praise (BBC One), Sunday Morning Live (BBC One), Newsnight (BBC Two), Loose Women (ITV), Lorraine (ITV), This Morning (ITV) and Front Row (BBC Radio 4).
Summary of findings: The World Today, BBC World Service (broadcast 11 December 2011); Excess Baggage, BBC Radio 4 (broadcast 18 February 2012); Free Speech, BBC Three (broadcast 7 March 2012);“So You Think You Can Dance”, BBC Online; The Big Questions, BBC One (broadcast 4 March 2012); “David Cameron attack on Welsh NHS”, BBC Online and Twitter; “London’s public land sell off sparks concern”, BBC London News and BBC Online (7 March 2012)
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Summary of findings The World Today BBC World Service broadcast 11 December 2011 Excess Baggage BBC Radio 4 broadcast 18 February 2012 Free Speech BBC Three broadcast 7 March 2012So You Think You Can Dance BBC Online The Big Questions BBC One broadcast 4 March 2012 David Cameron attack on Welsh NHS BBC Online and Twitter Londons public land sell off sparks concern BBC London News and BBC Online 7 March 2012