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TV/radio programme FAQs
BBC Worldwide works with the BBC and independent producers to develop commercial opportunities from their programmes and TV formats. We regret we are unable to consider or comment on unsolicited programme ideas.
If you wish to pitch your idea to the BBC please visit the BBC Commissioning website.
If you wish to contact an independent production company with your idea you could contact PACT, the industry association, for a list of companies to approach.
Please e-mail BBC Motion Gallery or call 0208 433 2861.
Please e-mail Music Licensing Department or call 0208 433 1707. Please note we can only help with requests for BBC-commissioned music.
For a number of reasons related to rights and resources, the BBC is unable to loan out programme material to members of the public and it does not hold a stock of review copies to give away.
If you are a TV production company, in the UK or in another country, making a programme for a broadcaster other than the BBC, please e-mail BBC Motion Gallery or call 0208 433 2861.
If you are a student/journalist/member of the public and wish to view a TV programme, please contact the BFI's National Archive. For radio programmes, please contact the National Sound Archive by e-mailing email@example.com or call 020 7412 7440.
If you appeared in a BBC programme or had a relative that did and now wish to obtain a copy of that programme, please contact BBC Information firstname.lastname@example.org, filling in the form on the BBC website or calling 0370 333 8998 through the Contributor Access route. This service carries a charge.
If you need a BBC programme for teaching purposes, please contact BBC Active by e-mailing email@example.com or call 020 7010 2751.
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Yes, we have developed a commercial version of BBC iPlayer (Global) and it is currently available in pilot form as an app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in the following countries: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands Portugal, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Australia. The Global iPlayer app is available via the Apple App Store.
Global iPlayer is different to the UK BBC iPlayer and brings you a selection of the best British shows tailored to an international audience, from Top Gear and Doctor Who, to EastEnders, Blue Planet and Panorama.
The content will vary slightly in each country due to various rights agreements.
Most radio programmes are still available outside the UK in addition to podcasts via www.bbc.co.uk/radio, however sporting and other programmes may be subject to rights agreements.
Jobs & work experience FAQs
Yes, there are opportunities available for work experience at the BBC but you will need to apply formally via the BBC work experience website.
Please view the BBC Jobs website which provides information and advice as well as the latest job vacancies available at the BBC. Information about traineeships (such as television, production, journalism or engineering) and work experience placements are also available. BBC Worldwide regrets it cannot offer any advice on how to apply for these opportunities.
For BBC Worldwide positions, please view the Careers page. This site includes global vacancies and WW Subsidiaries, including Lonely Planet. If you can’t find the answers you’re looking for, email the Careers team at firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC Worldwide does not currently offer any funding for tertiary level courses. We do work with Career Academies UK, which leads and supports a movement of over 800 employers and over 120 schools and colleges, working together to raise the aspirations of 16 to 19-year-olds.
BBC Live Shows FAQs
Please visit bbcliveshows.com for information on any of the Live Events run by BBC Worldwide.
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Corporate Enquiry FAQs
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If you are a student/journalist/member of the public and wish to view a TV programme, please contact the BFI's National Archive. For radio programmes, please contact the National Sound Archive's Listening and Viewing Service at email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 7412 7676.
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If you are the owner of a YouTube video that has been taken down by BBC Worldwide and wish to dispute this, please e-mail email@example.com with as much information as possible, including the video’s URL.
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