BBC Broadcasting House

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BBC Broadcasting House

As of May 2016 BBC Broadcasting House tours will not be running. For information and updates visit the BBC Shows and Tours website.

The BBC's central London office was officially opened in 1932 and is still used to produce the radio transmissions it was originally intended for. In 2003 major renovations began and what stands today is a building of two parts – old Broadcasting House and new Broadcasting House (referred to by its users as NBH). Tours run daily and give participants a glimpse of how the Beeb works, with visits to The One Show's studio, the newsroom and plenty more.

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Venue name: BBC Broadcasting House
Address: Portland Place
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus
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Tiago Almeida
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I work for the BBC and when I decided to bring my niece to visit London I decided that I wanted to show her the power of the BBC so I booked the tour.

It was really good to see all the history and get a taste of everything works.

We were able to seat on 'The One Show' sofa and even did a little of Radio Drama.

My niece was pretty impressed by the end.