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  • In Session with Courtney Barnett

    Recorded in the legendary Maida Vale studios for BBC Radio 1 & the BBC iPlayer, Australian singer songwriter Courtney Barnett performed four tracks from her new album and spoke to Annie Mac.

    Known for her rambling but emotive lyrics and deadpan singing style, Courtney is about to begin a UK tour ahead of this summer’s festival season where she will be playing at both Glastonbury and Greenman among others.

    The tracks featured are:

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  • Queen – A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular

    Last week TBI Director Of Events, Andrew Wyke, produced a sell out concert at Symphony Hall, Birmingham.

    Queen – A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular featured the City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, together with performers and musicians who have starred in the West End production of We Will Rock You, performing a full concert of classic Queen hits.

    The concert was part of the CBSO ‘Friday Night Classics’ series and follows performances[…]

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  • Keep The Home Fires Burning – BBC Radio 2

    Many people have heard of Ivor Novello, due to the music awards that bare his name, but few know the fascinating story of the man himself and the song that made him.

    As part of the BBC’s World War 1 centenary season, Don Black marked 100 years since ‘Keep The Home Fires Burning’ first became popular. A favourite with both those in the trenches and on the home front, it made Novello a fortune. This song launched the career that saw him become the[…]

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  • Delivering The King’s Speech – BBC World Service

    TBI Media’s first ever documentary for the BBC World Service, Delivering The King’s Speech marked the 75th anniversary of King George VI’s declaration of war against Germany. Presenter Louise Minchin hears the untold story of the King’s Speech and discovers how it reached the entire world.

    Inspired by the discovery of the original pressing of the speech in the EMI Archives – bound in goatskin leather and signed by the King himself – Louise[…]

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  • Bert Weedon: The Teacher of Rock & Roll – BBC Radio 2

    On BBC Radio 2, Richard Hawley told the story of how Bert Weedon, one of Britain’s most important and yet least celebrated guitar heroes, taught a nation to fall in love with the guitar.

    When he died in April 2012, tributes to Bert Weedon came flooding in from the very top British artists; Clapton, McCartney, May and many more. Not only had he been one of Britain’s first rock n roll guitarists, but through his ‘Play In A Day’ tutor book he had[…]

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  • Freesat Free TV Awards 2014

    The stars of British Television, both sides of the camera, celebrated the very best in Free TV at the sixth annual Freesat Free TV Awards, produced by TBI Media.

    Hosted by comedian Marcus Brigstocke , the awards ceremony was attended by a 250 strong VIP audience of celebrities, media and broadcasters, including the likes of James Corden and Keeley Hawes.

    Over 200 entries competed across twelve categories, and winners were chosen by an expert[…]

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  • D-Day: 70 Years On – live at the Royal Albert Hall

    ‘BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night is Music Night presents D-Day 70 Years On’ was the UK’s largest concert to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

    This incredible story was retold at the Royal Albert Hall through drama and narration featuring Patrick Stewart, Jeremy Vine, Dermot O’Leary and Louise Minchin accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra and a military band featuring musicians from all the UK services.

    The concert was filmed and[…]

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  • A Year in Tweets – BBC Radio 1

    Scott Mills, Chris Stark and friends use Twitter to mull over the stories and controversies of 2013.

    Using the Twitter reaction as a springboard for discussion, Scott’s guests rant, joke and argue about the last year’s most talked about stories – from horsemeat and Twerking, to Andy Murray and the royal baby.

    We also look back on the juiciest Twitter spats, the year’s best deleted tweets and countdown the 5 ‘Most Followed’ of 2013.

     

  • BBC 5 LIVE ENERGY DAY

    TBI Media proved how effective renewable energy could be as it produced Energy Day for BBC 5 Live in Salford, powering its entire studio for 12 hours with renewables including people-generated pedal-power.

    Edward Davey visited the Salford Media City to take part Radio 5’s Live audience discussion “Your call” and Nicky Campbell’s breakfast show on the UKs future energy mix and simplifying energy bills.

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In Session with Courtney Barnett
In Session with Courtney Barnett

Recorded in the legendary Maida Vale[…]

Queen – A Rock & Symphonic Spectacular
Queen – A Rock & Symphonic[...]

Last week TBI Director Of Events, Andrew[…]

Keep The Home Fires Burning – BBC Radio 2
Keep The Home Fires Burning –[...]

Many people have heard of Ivor Novello,[…]

Delivering The King’s Speech – BBC World Service
Delivering The King’s Speech[...]

TBI Media’s first ever documentary[…]

Bert Weedon: The Teacher of Rock & Roll – BBC Radio 2
Bert Weedon: The Teacher of Rock[...]

On BBC Radio 2, Richard Hawley told[…]

Freesat Free TV Awards 2014
Freesat Free TV Awards 2014

The stars of British Television, both[…]

D-Day: 70 Years On – live at the Royal Albert Hall
D-Day: 70 Years On – live[...]

‘BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night[…]

A Year in Tweets – BBC Radio 1
A Year in Tweets – BBC Radio[...]

Scott Mills, Chris Stark and friends[…]

BBC 5 LIVE ENERGY DAY
BBC 5 LIVE ENERGY DAY

TBI Media proved how effective renewable[…]

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