In 2018, the BBC will be celebrating its centenary in a number of ways.
Here are some of the highlights: The BBC will celebrate its centennial with a big bang.
The BBC’s world-class digital service is set to come to life again in 2018, and it will take us back to some of our most memorable moments from the 70s and 80s.
BBC Sport will be bringing its classic sports programmes back to life.
BBC1 will be returning to its traditional sports programming and making it available on TV for the first time ever.
The launch of the BBC Sport app is the first step towards getting the BBC into the digital age.
The news, music and lifestyle channel will also bring a host of new programmes.
BBC Radio 5 Live will be re-launching on a subscription basis in 2018.
It’s the only major BBC service that’s already available on the app.
Radio 1 will be relaunching on its own streaming platform in 2018 and will continue to offer its radio-only shows and programmes.
And BBC World Service will return to a regular schedule, including news, business and health.
BBC World News will be getting a makeover.
The station will be switching from its current home of Radio 4 to BBC World news, and a new newsroom is set for launch in 2018 in the US.
And the BBC is bringing its new series to more than 400 million households across the UK, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
All this means the BBC World service will get even bigger, but it’s also getting a lot more interesting.