A night celebrating the biggest breakthrough acts of 2015. Line-up TBC.
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal host an evening of the best new music from Rapal radio.
Poet Ian McMillan presents Radio 3’s cabaret of the word featuring award-winning writers, alongside the most innovative up-and-coming performers.
From free jazz to fusion, post-bop to electronica – Jazz on 3 celebrates the music as a living and developing art form, with exclusive concert recordings and in-depth features.
The BBC Asian Network return to Edinburgh for a third year, hosting an evening of the best Asian talent from across the festivals.
Join Sue Perkins for BBC Two’s Festival highlights show, with live music, discussions, performance and comedy.
BBC Radio 6 Music breakfast show legend Shaun W Keaveny will be presenting his show live from the BBC venue at the Edinburgh Festivals.
Join Sean Rafferty for BBC Radio 3’s vibrant drivetime programme. Live classical music, special guests and news from this year’s festivals.
Comedian Isy Suttie presents three sketch groups performing at this year’s Fringe for the brand new series of Radio 4’s popular comedy showcase, Sketchorama.
Radio 4’s daily arts show with the hits, misses, debates and talking points of the festivals and Fringe so far, along with writers, artists and live performances.
Scott Mills and Huw Stephens present Radio 1’s Fun and Filth Cabaret.
Simon Mayo broadcasts live from the BBC’s Edinburgh venue. Join us for a mix of live music, in-depth interviews, and a daily dose of the Radio 2 Book Club.
Clive Anderson ties up the Loose Ends with cool music, lots of comedy and, of course, scintillating conversation.
Join BBC Radio 3’s Jazz Line-Up as it brings you music and live performances from established and new generation artists, live from the BBC’s venue in Edinburgh.
Live from Edinburgh, The Radio 2 Arts Show captures all the excitement from the Edinburgh Festivals, with guests from the world of comedy, theatre, dance, literature and music.
Stephen Duffy presents The Jazz House live from Edinburgh. Join us for two hours of jazz performances from some of the best names in Scottish jazz and beyond.
Paul Merton and fellow witty and loquacious panellists try to speak for 60 seconds without hesitation, repetition or deviation. Expertly chaired by Nicholas Parsons.
Live from the BBC venue in Edinburgh, Kaye Adams brings a human touch to the stories making the news, with extra coverage of the festivals.
Janice Forsyth presents her show live from the BBC’s venue in Edinburgh, with up-to-date coverage of the Edinburgh Festivals.
Familiar BBC faces present their pick of the Edinburgh Festivals. Join us for music, theatre, spoken word, puppetry, cabaret and – of course – plenty of comedy.
Mitch Benn best known to impersonate Elvis.
Bringing the best of the Festivals to audiences at home and in Edinburgh, with live shows and broadcasts.
Our pick of the best new shows opening at the Edinburgh Festivals 2015. Line-up TBC.
Bridget Christie returns to BBC Radio 4.
A night celebrating the festivals with some of the biggest breakthrough acts of 2014.
Led by James Naughtie, a group of readers talk to acclaimed authors about their best known novels.
Poet Ian McMillan presents Radio 3’s Cabaret of the Word featuring award-winning writers, alongside the most innovative up and coming performers.
James Naughtie presents the programme from Edinburgh, featuring figures from the world of literature, politics and the arts.
BBC Radio 6 Music Breakfast show legend Shaun W.
Join Kirsty Wark for a live broadcast as a panel of leading cultural figures select a winner from our competition to find the best Scottish Referendum themed performance.
See the first two heats of the competition that features a selection of the very best in handpicked new acts.
Your chance to see Richard Bacon present his lively and entertaining BBC Radio 5live show from the Edinburgh Festivals with celebrity guests.
Simon Mayo broadcasts live from the BBC’s Edinburgh venue.
Free Thinking, BBC Radio 3’s Arts and Ideas programme, in Edinburgh for cutting-edge debate, conversation and interviews about the ideas shaping our lives today.
Join us for the Grand Final of this year’s slam, presented by 2012-13 Scottish National Poetry Slam Champion, Kevin Cadwallender.
The BBC Asian Network return to the Edinburgh Festival for a second year, hosting an evening of the best Asian talent from across the Edinburgh Festivals.
Join Sean Rafferty for BBC Radio 3’s vibrant drivetime programme.
Radio 4’s daily arts show with the hits, misses, debates and talking points of the Festivals and Fringe so far, along with writers, artists and live performances.
Radio nan Gaidheal hosts an evening of the best new music from Rapal radio.
Fiona Talkington presents a special edition of the cult show for music-lovers with inquisitive ears.
Paul Merton and fellow witty and loquacious panellists try to speak for 60 seconds without hesitation, repetition or deviation.
Comedian Thom Tuck presents three sketch groups performing at this year’s Fringe for the brand new series of Radio 4’s popular comedy showcase, Sketchorama.
Radio 1 return to the Edinburgh Festival to present a night of the freshest comedy.
Laugh yourself silly as BBC Radio 4 invites you to be part of the audience for recordings of three short stories written by leading comedians.
Join Sue Perkins for BBC Two’s Festival highlights with live music, performance and comedy.
Stephen Duffy presents The Jazz House live from the Fringe.
WHYS is the BBC’s global conversation show – tapping into the most talked about news stories each day and getting the people involved to discuss them across radio and social me…
Broadcast live on BBC Radio Scotland and sold out every year for the last decade, Fred MacAulay and Susan Calman bring you the very best comedy from the Fringe.
Star of BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show and serial stand-up, Marcus Brigstocke, invites you to a special one-off recording from his smash-hit series, The Brig Society.
Janice Forsyth offers the best of the fest in 90 minutes.
Familiar BBC faces present their pick of the Edinburgh Festivals.
Every weekend little festival fans take over the site – join us for free family activities with CBBC and CBeebies favourites.
We present our pick of the newest, biggest and best cabaret acts.
Free BBC shows, comedy, music, family fun, live broadcasts and our pick of the festivals.
Our pick of the best new shows and breakthrough performances from the Edinburgh Festivals 2014.
Physicist Brian Cox and comedian Robin Ince bring the monkey cage to the Fringe, with their witty and irreverent look at the world through scientists’ eyes, ably assisted by a pa…
The BBC’s big screen at Potterrow brings you the latest action from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow – including the Closing Ceremony on Sunday 3rd.
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