List of television programmes broadcast by the BBC

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This is a list of television programmes broadcast by the BBC that are either currently being broadcast or have previously been broadcast on the BBC in the United Kingdom.

Current programmes[edit]

Comedy[edit]

  • The Catherine Tate Show (BBC Two 2004–2007, BBC One 2009 and 2013–present) (From 2013 as Catherine Tate's Nan)
  • Not Going Out (BBC One 6 October 2006–present)
  • Citizen Khan (BBC One 27 August 2012 – present)
  • Cuckoo (BBC Three 25 September 2012 – present)
  • Blandings (BBC One 13 January 2013–present)
  • Count Arthur Strong (BBC Two 8 July 2013 – 13 August 2013, BBC One 6 January 2015 – present)
  • Badults (BBC Three 23 July 2013 – present)
  • Still Open All Hours (BBC One 26 December 2013 – present)
  • Boomers (BBC One 15 August 2014 – present)
  • Uncle (BBC Three 13 January 2014 – present)
  • Inside No. 9 (BBC Two 5 February 2014–present)
  • W1A (BBC Two 19 March 2014 – present) continuation of Twenty Twelve (otherwise known as Two Thousand Twelve) (BBC Two 14 March 2011 – 24 July 2012)
  • Siblings (BBC Three 7 August 2014–present)
  • SunTrap (BBC One 27 May 2015–present)
  • Boy Meets Girl (BBC Two 3 September 2015–present)
  • Tracey Ullman's Show (BBC One 11 January 2016–present)
  • Mum (BBC Two 13 May 2016–present)
  • Love, Nina (BBC One 20 May 2016–present)

Drama[edit]

Panel games[edit]

Soap[edit]

  • EastEnders (BBC One 19 February 1985–present)
  • Casualty (BBC One 6 September 1986–present)
  • Holby City (BBC One 12 January 1999–present)
  • Doctors (BBC One 27 March 2000–present)

Daytime[edit]

Reality/Unscripted[edit]

Upcoming programmes[edit]

0–9[edit]

A[edit]

B[edit]

C[edit]

D[edit]

E[edit]

F[edit]

G[edit]

H[edit]

I[edit]

J[edit]

K[edit]

L[edit]

M[edit]

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

S[edit]

T[edit]

U[edit]

V[edit]

W[edit]

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

Special events[edit]

BBC Sport[edit]

  • Match of the Day: (BBC Two 1964–1966, BBC One 1966–present, only on air for FA Cup weekends 1988-1992 & 2001-2004)
  • Match of the Day 2: (BBC Two 2004–2012, BBC One 2012–present)
  • Football League / League Cup Show (BBC One 2009–2015, rights transferred to Channel 5)
  • Test Match Special (BBC Radio 1957–present)
  • Ski Sunday: (BBC Two 1978–present)
  • Wimbledon Championships: (BBC TV/BBC One 1937–present, BBC Two 1964–present)
  • Today at Wimbledon: (BBC Two 1993–2014, replaced by Wimbledon 2Day 2015–present)
  • Grandstand: (BBC One 1958–2007, BBC Two 1981–2007)
  • Sportsnight: (BBC One 1968–1997)
  • Rugby Special: (BBC Two 1966-2005)
  • BDO World Darts Championship (BBC One & BBC Two 1978–present)
  • World Snooker Championship (BBC One & BBC Two 1977–present)
  • The Grand National (BBC One 1960-2012, Channel 4 2013–present, BBC Radio 1948–present)
  • Formula 1 (BBC One & BBC Two 1976-1996 & 2009–present, since 2012 shared with Sky Sports)
  • London Marathon (BBC One 1981–present)
  • Great North Run (BBC One 1981–present)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  12. ^ Geraint Talfan Davies (Ed.) English is a Welsh language: television's crisis in Wales, Institute of Welsh Affairs (2009), page 76. ISBN 978-1-904773-42-9.
  13. ^ Crace, John (20 March 2013). "The Syndicate; What Do Artists Do All Day? – TV review". The Guardian (London). 
  14. ^ Rahim, Sameer (9 April 2013). "What Do Artists Do All Day? BBC Four, review". The Telegraph (London). 

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