This weekend the BBC will broadcast the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who. The long-running sci-fi drama is about to outlive two BBC projects by some considerable margin.
The BBC is to take a three-year holiday from the development of 3D programming with the corporation’s head of 3D admitting the UK public had not taken to the format.
Doctor Who, the popular BBC science fiction show, is to film its 50th anniversary special in the 3D format.
The BBC has announced which events from the London 2012 Olympic Games will be broadcast in the 3D format. The opening and closing ceremonies as well as the Men’s 100m Final will be broadcast live as part of the corporation’s on going 3D trials.
The final of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing from Blackpool’s world famous Tower Ballroom is to be shown in 3D.
The BBC has recorded a three-minute sequence featuring a dance by performers from Strictly Come Dancing in 3D as part of an ongoing experiment into the format. The three-minute film featuring an Argentinean tango was recorded on Friday evening and will be shown in selected UK cinemas TV retailers in the run-up to the annual […]