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]

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]

Current Coverage

  • 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 Focus: BBC One 1974–present (Part of Grandstand 1974-2001)
  • Final Score: BBC One 1958–present (Part of Grandstand 1958-2001)
  • The Premier League Show: BBC Two 2016–present
  • Football League / League Cup Show: BBC One 2009–2015 (Rights transferred to Channel 5)
  • FIFA World Cup: BBC One 1962–present (Shared with ITV Sport)
  • UEFA European Championships: BBC One 1960–present (Shared with ITV Sport)
  • FA Cup: BBC One/TV 1937-1996, 2002-2008 & 2014-present (Shared with BT Sport)
  • Test Match Special: BBC Radio 1957–present
  • 6 Nations Rugby: BBC One 2000–present (Shared with ITV Sport 2016–present)
  • Summer & Winter Olympic Games: BBC One & Two 1960–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 & 2016–present (Replaced by Wimbledon 2Day in 2015)
  • PDC Champions League of Darts: BBC One & BBC Two 2016–present
  • World Snooker Championship: BBC One & BBC Two 1977–present
  • London Marathon: BBC One 1981–present
  • Great North Run: BBC One 1981–present
  • The Open Championship: BBC One & Two 1955–present (Live coverage 1955-2015, highlights 2016–present)
  • Rugby League Challenge Cup: BBC One & Two 1948–present
  • Rugby League World Cup: BBC One & Two 1960–present (Live coverage 1960-2000 & 2013–present, highlights only 2008)
  • The Boat Race: BBC TV/One 1938-2004 & 2010–present, BBC Radio 1928–present (ITV covered the Boat Race from 2005-2009)

Past Coverage

  • Grandstand: BBC One 1958–2007, BBC Two 1981–2007
  • Sportsnight: BBC One 1968–1997
  • Rugby Special: BBC Two 1966-2005 & 2016–present
  • BDO World Darts Championship: BBC One & BBC Two 1978–2016
  • The Grand National: BBC One 1960-2012, BBC Radio 1948–present (Rights transferred to Channel 4)
  • Formula 1: BBC One & BBC Two 1976-1996 & 2009–2015 (Rights Transferred to Channel 4)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.tvwise.co.uk/2016/09/bbc-three-sets-premiere-date-doctor-spin-off-class/
  2. ^ "The Big Painting Challenge, TV review: Even Una Stubbs' saucy innuendo can't save this show". The Independent. 22 February 2015. Retrieved 3 April 2015. 
  3. ^ "The Big Painting Challenge: why I love watching paint dry". The Telegraph. 1 March 2015. Retrieved 3 April 2015. 
  4. ^ "Cleese and Elton back on BBC". The Independent. London. 19 March 1998. 
  5. ^ City Central - TV.com
  6. ^ "Real people and stars compete in new BBC listings". The Herald. 19 March 1998. 
  7. ^ Ross is lured by shrew! (From Croydon Guardian)
  8. ^ Belcher, David (24 June 1999). "BBC publishes unprecedented warts and all annual report". The Herald. 
  9. ^ "The Apprentice for waiters: How Michel Roux's Service plans to whip front-of-house staff into shape". Daily Mail. 6 January 2011. Retrieved 5 April 2015. 
  10. ^ Sutcliffe, Tom (13 January 2011). "Last Night's TV: Michel Roux's Service/BBC2 May the Best House Win/ITV1". The Independent. Retrieved 5 April 2015. 
  11. ^ Pettit, Linda (26 March 2014). "Q&A with James Marvin, winner of BBC's Michel Roux's Service programme, 3 years on". Harpers & Queen. Retrieved 5 April 2015. 
  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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