British indies will quickly have the chance to compete in a young course of to supply three of the BBC’s largest exhibits: Antiques Roadshow, Songs of Praise and Young Musician of the Year.

Antiques Roadshow and Young Musician of the Year are being tendered for the primary time whereas Songs of Praise was issued in 2016, with BBC Studios shedding out to unbiased producers Avanti and Nine Lives Media.

After 5 years, these producers have introduced their partnership to an finish, in accordance with the BBC, which can now have the chance to win the present again.

The tendering course of started a number of years in the past when the BBC’s in-house producer BBC Studios was commercialized. The course of is a trade-off for the outfit being allowed to supply exhibits for third events for the primary time.

All BBC Studios-produced exhibits should be put to tender by 2027, though none have been tendered since 2019.

More data will likely be launched quickly concerning the three introduced at this time and, in the course of the tender course of, competing producers and BBC Studios should show how they might refresh the applications.

Songs of Praise first aired in 1961 and is the BBC’s flagship spiritual program  whereas Antiques Roadshow has been on TV screens for greater than 40 years, as contestants herald objects which can be then valued by consultants and offered. Young Musician of the Year is a contest format to hunt the following nice classical musician.

BBC stalwart similar to A Question of Sport, Holby City and Bargain Hunt have been tendered and retained by BBC Studios, whereas the likes of Mastermind and The Proms have been misplaced to unbiased producers.

BBC Content Chief Operating Officer David Pembrey mentioned: “These programmes are vital manufacturers for the BBC and valued by audiences. The three tenders type a part of our dedication to competitors, and alongside our rolling commissioning briefs present a big vary of alternatives for producers to pitch for.”

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