BBC News presenter Ros Atkins has shared a drum & bass DJ mix for BBC 6 Music’s Desert Island Disco All-Dayer.
The journalist, who presents Outside Source on the BBC News channel and is known for his viral explainer videos on social media, recently revealed that he was a drum & bass DJ back in his 20s.
The return of clubs and nightlife to the UK following last month's so-called 'Freedom Day' was the subject of a recent discussion on BBC Radio 4's 'Moral Maze' show.
Last week, a panel of philosophers and writers gathered on the live debating programme to discuss clubs and, specifically, the morality of partying.
DJ Mag has locked a Radio 1 Dance Presents weekly residency, broadcasting mixes from some of our favourite DJs throughout January.
As part of Radio 1's new Dance Presents show, DJ Mag are celebrating six of the UK's hottest DJs over five weekends, from breakthrough stars to indisputable icons, all of whom continue to push the nation's vibrant and diverse club scene forward, even while dancefloors are off limits.
A new podcast documenting the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the Chinese underground electronic music scene has been released as part of a BBC series.
Released as part of BBC World Service’s The Cultural Frontline podcast, the episode ‘Covid-19 And China’s Changing Club Scene’ explores how clubs in China re-opened in April this year after parts of the country immersed from tight lockdown restrictions.
A documentary has been released about Digga D.
Produced for BBC iPlayer, a new documentary following 20-year-old drill MC Digga D, who was released from prison this year, is now available to watch online.
Digga D, real name Rhys Herbert, was arrested in 2019 for violent disorder, and spent 15 months in jail before his release in May. The documentary, titled Defending Digga D, follows the MC after his release, when he is sent to a approved accomodation in Norwich — 100 miles from his hometown of London.
A new feature length film about electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire will premiere online next week as part of the BFI London Film Festival.
Delia Derbyshire: The Myths & The Legendary Tapes has been soundtracked by Cosey Fanni Tutti and tells the story of the life, work and influence of Derbyshire, who worked with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and is known for, among other things, creating the iconic theme music for Doctor Who.
BBC Radio 1 have announced a 24-hour dance music stream.
Launching next month, on Friday 9th October at 6PM, the BBC Radio 1 Dance dedicated dance stream will bring together the station's dance programmes, and marks the BBC’s first 24-hour stream on the BBC Sounds app.
The story of rave and ecstasy in the UK has been explored in a new BBC Podcast.
The podcast, entitled Ecstasy: The Battle of Rave, will be online from the 11th September, and will present a deep dive into the emergence of rave and ecstasy into the UK in the late '80s and '90s, through factual and dramatised episodes.