BBC Breakfast has updated its opening titles and music for the first time since moving to Salford from London six years ago.
BBC One’s coverage of England’s record 6-1 World Cup win over Panama yesterday achieved an 82.9% peak share of the TV audience - the biggest of the tournament so far.
'Time Flies' is released today and tells the story of the airport’s evolution from a single wooden hut in 1938 to becoming the UK’s third largest airport.
Tributes have been paid to former Love Island contestant, Sophie Gradon, who died suddenly this week.
Each Friday in The Wrap, one of the North’s leading media and creative figures gives us their take on the week’s news covered by Prolific North. This week it’s the turn of Kieran Edwards, Social Strategy Director, Shoot the Moon.
Manchester’s Life In Motion has been commissioned by the BBC to produce a series of 10 films for its Super Movers project.
An online radio station has launched in Wirral 4 months after the surprise closure of Wirral Radio.
BBC is to celebrate the Great Exhibition of the North with a series of programmes.
Leeds animation studio Northforge has created an animated spot for the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.
BBC Comedy has announced the launch of its second Felix Dexter Bursary initiative, aimed at developing talented BAME comedy writers.