Scott Bryan

Scott Bryan


TV critic and broadcaster. #What2Watch host. Co-host of Must Watch @bbc5live podcast. Plus @RadioTimes column, TV newsletter.

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BREAKING BBC: "The BBC is to deliver the biggest education offer in its history across more of its platforms." From Monday January 11th, CBBC channel will feature three-hours of primary school shows to ensure that all kids can watch programming if they don't have the internet.

BBC Two will focus for secondary school content to help students learning the GCSE curriculum. There will be two hours of lessons broadcast on television per day. All of this will sit alongside the existing BBC Bitesize content, which will be available on the Red Button.

Oliver Dowden (Culture Sec): “The BBC has helped the nation through some of the toughest moments of the last century, and for the next few weeks it will help our children learn whilst we stay home, protect the NHS and save lives."

How has the BBC education offering changed since the last lockdown? * It will be on television, not just iPlayer. * Programming blocks on two different channels daily. Primary children: Secondary: It will launch next week.

Five years ago today. In hindsight, quite a lot has changed since then.

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BBC announces lockdown fitness initiative: * BBC Breakfast will feature routines including Joe Wicks and Mr Motivator each day at 7:50. * A Strictly professional will be doing a fitness routine at 9.15am each weekday. * BBC Two will be airing fitness routines to children.

BBC One are now show us pictures of cat naps between programmes

The latest Cadbury's Creme Egg advert features a same sex couple kissing with a creme egg. To anyone "offended" by this: you realise that we've seen straight couple make out thousands of times on television already and we don't complain. wonder why you are?

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ABSOLUTE SCENES ON THE BBC NEWS CHANNEL

omg our favourite family have returned to bbc world news

The Guardian today has printed in their newspaper a list of 34,361 refugees who are known to have died trying to make it to Europe.

Earlier This Morning had an interview with a couple who orgasm for 18 hours and then this inevitably happened.

Channel 4 has descended into HELL

Don’t worry about them deleting the tweet. I’ve framed it.

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OH MY GOD THIS JUST HAPPENED ON THE BBC NEWS CHANNEL

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