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List of television programmes broadcast by the BBC

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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

Current

Programmes in this section have been broadcast by the BBC in the last year or have a commission for further episodes.

Recommissioned shows are shown as running to the present, as are any show that is currently airing.

Only channels where an episode first aired are listed (with the exception of episodes on non-BBC Three programmes which debuted online; for these) the linear channel and the transmission date on that channel are used.

Comedy

Show Station Showing
Not Going Out One 6 October 2006
Mrs. Brown's Boys One 21 February 2011[a]
Still Open All Hours One 26 December 2013
Inside No. 9 Two 5 February 2014
Two Doors Down One 31 December 2013
Two 1 April 2016
Upstart Crow Two 9 May 2016
Motherland Two/iPlayer 6 September 2016
This Country Three 8 February 2017 – 23 March 2020
All Round to Mrs. Brown's One 25 March 2017
Man Like Mobeen Three 17 December 2017
Vic and Bob's Big Night Out Channel 4 1990 – 1991
Two/Four 29 December 2017
The Young Offenders Three 1 February 2018[b]
Hold the Sunset One 18 February 2018
Defending the Guilty Two 19 September 2018
In My Skin Three 14 October 2018
There She Goes Four/Two 16 October 2018
Enterprice Three 29 November 2018
Better Things Two 10 January 2019[c]
Jerk Three 24 February 2019
This Time with Alan Partridge One 25 February 2019
Don't Forget the Driver Two 9 April 2019
Bobs Burgers One/Three 11 April 2019
Ghosts One 15 April 2019
Back to Life Three/One 15 April 2019[d]
What We Do in the Shadows Two 19 May 2019[c]
The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk Two 4 August 2019
State of the Union Two 8 September 2019[e]
Ladhood Three 24 November 2019
Shrill Three 15 December 2019[f]
The Goes Wrong Show One 23 December 2019
King Gary One 10 January 2020
Good Omens Two 15 January 2020 – present[g]
Bumps One 21 February 2020
Mister Winner Two 25 March 2020
Alma's Not Normal Two 7 April 2020 – present
Dave Two 10 May 2020[h]
The First Team Two 28 May 2020
The Other One One 5 June 2020
Staged One 10 June 2020
Semi-Detached Two 6 August – 10 September 2020
Mandy Two 13 – 27 August 2020
Out of Her Mind Two 20 October – 24 November 2020
Pandemonium One 30 December 2020
Starstruck Three/One 25 April 2021 – present[i]
The Cleaner One 10 September 2021 – present

Drama

Show Station Shown from & to
Doctor Who One 23 November 1963 – 6 December 1989
27 May 1996
26 March 2005 – present
Silent Witness One 21 February 1996– present
Luther One 4 May 2010– present
Death in Paradise One 25 October 2011
Call the Midwife One 15 January 2012– present
Line of Duty Two 26 June 2012 – 28 April 2016
One 26 March 2017– present
Father Brown One 14 January 2013– present
Shetland One 10 March 2013
Our Girl One 24 March 2013 – 28 April 2020
Peaky Blinders Two 12 September 2013 – 20 December 2017
One 25 August 2019
Doctor Foster One 9 September 2015
American Crime Story Two 15 February 2016[c]
The A Word One 22 March 2016– present
Taboo One 7 January 2017
Strike One 27 August 2017
Snowfall Two 8 October 2017[c]
McMafia One 1 January 2018[j]
Keeping Faith Wales 13 February 2018
One 10 July 2018
Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators One 26 February 2018
The Split One 24 April 2018[k]
Bodyguard One 26 August 2018 – 23 September 2018
Trust Two 12 September 2018[c]
Killing Eve One/ Three 15 September 2018– present[l]
The Sinner Four 1 December 2018[m][n]
Mayans M.C. Two 2 February 2019[c]
Baptiste One 17 February 2019
Pose Two 21 March 2019[c]
Gentleman Jack One 22 April 2019[o]
London Kills One 24 June 2019[p]
The Capture One 3 September 2019– present
World On Fire One 29 September 2019
Dublin Murders One 14 October 2019[q]
Giri/Haji Two 17 October 2019 – 5 December 2019[r]
Guilt Two/ Scotland 30 October 2019
His Dark Materials One 3 November 2019 – present[o]
Vienna Blood Two 18 November 2019[s]
The Mallorca Files One 25 November 2019
Get Even iPlayer 14 February 2020
My Left Nut Three 1 March 2020
Noughts + Crosses One 5 March 2020– present
Five Bedrooms One 10 March 2020– present[t]
Normal People Three 27 April 2020[u]
I May Destroy You One 8 June 2020[o]
The Heights One 15 June 2020[v][w]
Katy Keene iPlayer 25 July 2020[x]
Motherland: Fort Salem Three 26 July 2020[y]
Harlots Two 5 August 2020[z][aa][ab]
Good Trouble Three 16 August 2020[y]
Life One 29 September 2020
Industry Two 9 November 2020 – present[o]
Bloodlands One 21 February 2021 – present

Miniseries

Show Station Showing
Fosse/Verdon Two 2 August – 13 September 2019[c]
Looking For Alaska Three 19 October 2019[f]
Gold Digger One 12 November – 17 December 2019
The War of the Worlds One 17 November – 1 December 2019
A Christmas Carol One 22–24 December 2019[ac]
Worzel Gummidge ITV 1979–1981
Channel 4 1984 – 1986; 1987–1989
One 26 – 27 December 2019
The Trial of Christine Keeler One 29 December 2019 – 26 January 2020
Dracula One 1–3 January 2020[r]
The Pale Horse One 9–16 February 2020
The Nest One 22 March – 13 April 2020
Trigonometry Two 15 March – 26 April 2020
Devs Two 15 April – 7 May 2020[ad]
The Salisbury Poisonings One 14–16 June 2020
The Luminaries Two 21 June – 6 July 2020[ae]
The Secrets She Keeps One 6 July 2020[t]
Mrs. America Two 8–30 July 2020[ad]
The Last Wave Four 25 July – 8 August 2020[af]
A Suitable Boy One 26 July – 30 August 2020
Us One 20 September - 11 October 2020
Black Narcissus One 27 December 2020[ac]
The Serpent One 1 January – 14 February 2021[r]
The Pursuit of Love One 9 May 2021[g]
Three Families One 10 May – 11 May 2021
The Pact One 17 May – 1 June 2021
Time One 6 June 2021[ag]
Vigil One 29 August – 26 September 2021
The North Water Two 10 September 2021[ah]
Ridley Road One 3 October 2021[ai]

One-off Drama

Show Station Showing
Elizabeth Is Missing One 8 December 2019
Responsible Child Two 16 December 2019
Martin's Close Four 25 December 2019
The Windermere Children Two 27 January 2020
Sitting in Limbo One 8 June 2020
Make Me Famous Three 17 June 2020
Anthony One 27 July 2020
Danny Boy Two 12 May 2021
Together Two 17 June 2021

Soap

Show Station Showing
EastEnders One 19 February 1985
Casualty One 6 September 1986
Holby City One 12 January 1999
Doctors One 27 March 2000 [w]
River City One Scotland 24 September 2002

Anthology

Shorts

Primetime reality/unscripted

Show Station Showing
Started Stopped
The Sky at Night One 1957 2013
Four 2014
Blue Peter One 1958 2012
CBBC 2013
Points of View One 2 October 1961
Songs of Praise One 1961
Match of the Day Two 1964 1966
One 1966
Top of the Pops One regular: 1964
Christmas specials: 1964–
regular: 2005
Two 2005 – 2006
Gardeners' World Two 1968
A Question of Sport One 2 December 1968
Mastermind One 1972 1997
Discovery 2001 2002
Two 2003
Football Focus One 1974
Top Gear Two 1977 2001
Two 2002 2020
One 2020
Dave (repeats) 1998
Antiques Roadshow One 1979
See Hear Two 1981
Countryfile One 1988
MasterChef One 1990 & 2009 2000 & –
Two 2001 & 2005 2001 & 2008
Have I Got News for You One/ Two 28 September 1990
Later... with Jools Holland Two 1992
National Lottery One 1994 & 2017 (short clip of draw results after BBC news) 2016 & –
Room 101 Two 1994 2007
One 2012 2018
University Challenge ITV 1962 1987
Two 1994
DIY SOS One 1999
In It to Win It One 2002
Saturday Kitchen Two 26 January 2002 January 2006
One January 2006
QI Four 11 September 2003 2008
Two 2003 & 2012 2008 & –
One 2009 2011
Celebrity Mastermind One 2004
Live at the Apollo One 2004
Match of the Day 2 Two 2004 2011
One 2012
Strictly Come Dancing One 2004
Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two Two 2004
Who Do You Think You Are? Two 2004 – 2005
One 2006
Dragons' Den Two 2005
Mock the Week Two 5 June 2005
Springwatch Two 2005
The Apprentice Two 2005 2006
One 2007
The Apprentice: You're Fired! Three 2006
Two 2007
Celebrity MasterChef One 2006 2011
Two 2012
The One Show One 2006 & 2007 2006 & –
The Graham Norton Show One February 2007
Would I Lie to You? One 16 June 2007
The Big Questions One 9 September 2007
Who Dares Wins One 2007
Only Connect Four 2008 2014
Two 2014
The Great Interior Design Challenge Two 2014
The Great Pottery Throw Down Two 2015
The Met: Policing London One 2015
Michael McIntyre's Big Show One 25 December 2015
The Big Painting Challenge Two 22 February 2015 29 March 2016
One 12 February 2017
Insert Name Here Two 4 January 2016
The NFL Show One 13 September 2016
NFL This Week Two 13 September 2016
Sounds Like Friday Night One 27 October 2017
The Greatest Dancer One 5 January 2019
Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up Star Three 6 March 2019
Interior Design Masters Two 14 August 2019
RuPaul's Drag Race UK Three 3 October 2019
Little Mix: The Search One 26 September 2020 7 November 2020
Pooch Perfect One 7 January 2021 4 March 2021
Celebrity Best Home Cook One 26 January 2021 17 February 2021
This is MY House One 24 March 2021 29 April 2021
All That Glitters Two 13 April 2021
Crouchy's Year-Late Euros: Live One 11 June 2021 11 July 2021

Daytime reality/unscripted

Show Station Showing
Escape to the Country One 2002
Two 2002 – 2012
Homes Under the Hammer One 2003
Helicopter Heroes One 2007
The Sheriffs Are Coming One 2012

Gameshows

Show Station Showing
Bargain Hunt One 2000–
Flog It! Two 2002 – 2012
One 2013 – 2020
Eggheads One 2003 – 2004
Two 2005 - 2019
Pointless Two 2009 – 2011
One 2011–
Decimate One 20 April 2015 – 2016
Think Tank One 21 March 2016 – 2016
The Code One 18 April 2016 – 2017
Debatable Two 22 August 2016 – 2017
Impossible One 2 January 2017
The Boss One 24 April 2017
Letterbox Two 17 July 2017
Hardball One April 2018
Chase the Case One 17 September 2018
I'll Get This Two 6 November 2018
Catchpoint One 23 March 2019
The Hit List One 25 May 2019–
Head Hunters One 7 October 2019
The Wall One 12 October 2019–
Take Off with Bradley & Holly One 24 December 2019, 24 July 2021–present
Gordon Ramsay's Bank Balance One 24 February 2021
I Can See Your Voice One 10 April 2021–
Unbeatable One 10 May 2021

Documentaries

Show Station Showing
Panorama One 1953
Horizon Two 1964
Natural World Two 1967
Arena Two 1975
Child of Our Time One 2000
Imagine... One 2003
This World Two & World News 2004
Great British Railway Journeys Two & Four 2010
Nature's Weirdest Events Two 2012
The Met: Policing London One 2015
Civilisations Two 2018
Once Upon a Time in Iraq Two 2020
Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop and Power Three 2021
Life in Colour with David Attenborough Two 2021[r]
9/11: Inside the President's War Room One 2021[aj]

News programmes

Show Station Showing Notes
BBC News One 1954
News Channel 1997
Question Time One 1979
Newsnight Two 1980
BBC News at Six One 1984
This Week News Channel 2003–2019
Daily Politics Two, One & News Channel 2003–2018
BBC News at One One 1986
BBC News at Nine One 1988 & 2020; 2000
News Channel 2013–2015
Two 2018
BBC World News One, Two & News Channel 1997
World Business Report One, Two & News Channel 1997
Sportday/Sport Today One, Two, World News & News Channel 2003 Branded as either Sportday or Sport Today depending on simulcasting
BBC Breakfast One 2000
Two 2000–2006
BBC News at Ten One 2000
The Andrew Marr Show One 11 September 2005 Titled as Sunday AM 2005–2007
BBC News at Five News Channel 2006
World News Today Four, News Channel and World News 2006 Titled as World News Today with George Alagiah 2006–2010 & World News Today with Zeinab Badawi 2007–2014
Newsday One, News Channel & World News 2011
Victoria Derbyshire Two & News Channel 7 April 2015
BBC Newsroom Live Two and News Channel 7 April 2015
GMT with George Alagiah Two & World News 6 September 2010 – December 2011
BBC News with Katty Kay and Christian Fraser Four, News Channel & World News 24 January 2017 Titled as: 100 Days until May 2017; 100 Days + until July 2017 & Beyond 100 Days until March 2020
Afternoon Live News Channel 9 October 2017
The Briefing One, News Channel & World News 30 October 2017

For programmes which only air on the BBC World News Channel, see programming on BBC World News.

Upcoming

Comedy

Documentary

  • A Tabloid Empire (BBC Two)[13]

Drama

Miniseries

One-off Drama

  • But When We Dance (BBC One, 2021)[3]
  • My Name is Leon (BBC One, 2021)[2][3]
  • Independence Day? How Disabled Rights Were Won (BBC Two)[44]

0–9

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

Events

BBC Sport

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
  • FIFA World Cup: BBC One 1962 – present (shared with ITV Sport)
  • UEFA European Championship: BBC One 1960 – present (shared with ITV Sport)
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2005, 2012, 2019 – present
  • 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 1948 – 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 (ITV covered the Boat Race from 2005 – 2009)
  • Super Bowl (BBC One Two 2007 – 2013 & 2016 – present)
  • Rugby Special: BBC Two 1966 – 2005 & 2016 – present
  • England Test Match, ODI & T20 International Highlights: 2020 – present
  • 2 England Men's T20 Internationals & 2 England Women's T20 International: 2020 – present
  • 10 matches from men's City based T20 competition & 8 matches from women's City based T20 competition: 2020 – present
  • ATP World Tour Finals – BBC Two 2009 – present
  • FIFA Women's World Cup – BBC One/Two 2007 – present
  • UEFA Women's Championship (excludes 2017)

Past coverage

  • Live England Test Cricket: BBC TV 1938 – 1998
  • Football League/League Cup Show: BBC One 2009 – 2015 (rights transferred to Channel 5)
  • Grandstand: BBC One 1958 – 2007, BBC Two 1981 – 2007
  • Sportsnight: BBC One 1968 – 1997
  • 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)
  • Grand Prix: BBC One & BBC Two 1976 – 1996 (Rebroadcast between 2009 – 2015 on BBC Red Button and BBC iPlayer)
  • Formula 1: BBC One & BBC Two 1976 – 1996 & 2009 – 2015 (rights transferred to Channel 4)

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Co-production with RTÉ One
  2. ^ Co-production with RTÉ2
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Acquired by Two from FX
  4. ^ Co-production with Showtime
  5. ^ Acquired by Two from Sundance TV
  6. ^ a b Acquired by Three from Hulu
  7. ^ a b c d e f Co-production with Amazon Studios
  8. ^ Acquired by Two from FXX
  9. ^ a b Co-production with HBO Max
  10. ^ a b c Co-production with AMC
  11. ^ Co-production with Sundance TV
  12. ^ Acquired by One/ Three from BBC America
  13. ^ Acquired by Four from USA Network
  14. ^ Second run
  15. ^ a b c d e Co-production with HBO
  16. ^ Acquired by One from AcornTV
  17. ^ Co-production with RTÉ One and Starz
  18. ^ a b c d e f g Co-production with Netflix
  19. ^ Co-production with ZDF
  20. ^ a b Acquired by One from Network 10
  21. ^ Co-production with RTÉ One and Hulu
  22. ^ Acquired by One from ABC
  23. ^ a b Airs in a daytime slot
  24. ^ Acquired by BBC iPlayer from The CW
  25. ^ a b Acquired by BBC Three from Freeform
  26. ^ Acquired by BBC Two from ITV Studios
  27. ^ Co-production between ITV Encore and Hulu
  28. ^ Second-run, also on StarzPlay UK
  29. ^ a b c Co-production with FX
  30. ^ a b Acquired by Two from FX on Hulu
  31. ^ Co-production with TVNZ 1
  32. ^ Acquired by Four from France 2
  33. ^ a b Co-production with BritBox
  34. ^ Co-production with AMC+
  35. ^ Co-production with PBS Masterpiece
  36. ^ Co-production with Apple TV+
  37. ^ Co-production with Canal+ and Banijay
  38. ^ Co-production with France Télévisions, ZDF, RAI, PBS Masterpiece, and Seven Network
  39. ^ Co-production with Hulu
  40. ^ Co-production with HBO Max & Stan

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