BBC 100

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The BBC 100, also known as the BBC Centenary, was the 100th Anniversary of the British Broadcasting Corporation on 18 October 2022. The BBC was founded on 18 October 1922. The event itself would be celebrated across a week from 22 October to 29 October 2022.

BBC Four would air their respective Centenary-programming at random.

List of programming[[edit]]

BBC One[[edit]]

BBC Two[[edit]]

  • How the BBC Began - Series 1, Accident and Opportunity (22 October, 7pm to 8:35pm)[19]
  • Una Marson: Our Lost Caribbean Voice - (23 October, 9pm to 10pm)[20]
  • Days That Shook the BBC with David Dimbleby - Series 1, Whose BBC? (24 October, 2:50am to 3:49am)[21]
  • Kids' TV: The Surprising Story - (27 October, 0:40am to 1:40am)[13]
  • Una Marson: Our Lost Caribbean Voice - (27 October, 2:25am to 3:25am)[20]
  • The Love Box in Your Living Room - (27 October, 9pm to 10pm)[22]
  • Strictly Come Dancing - Series 20, Week 5, Celebrating BBC 100 (28 October, 1:15am to 3:10am)[1]
  • Strictly Come Dancing: The Results - Series 20, Week 5 (28 October, 3:10 to 3:55am)[3]
  • The Power of the Doctor - Centenary Special (29 October, 1:05am to 2:35am)[4]
  • How the BBC Began - Series 1, Building the Audience (29 October, 7pm to 8:35pm)[23]

BBC Four[[edit]]

BBC World News[[edit]]

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CBBC[[edit]]

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Other releases[[edit]]

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Recognition[[edit]]

15 Seconds of Fame

As a way of celebrating the centenary, the BBC offered fans of the various shows, including Doctor Who, the chance of a lifetime, offering them via a 15 Seconds of Fame programme the chance to sign up for an appearance in an episode of their respective shows as a background figure. [27]

The opportunities included:
Registration closed on Friday 4 November 2022 and all applicants had to be aged 18.

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