Our main base is Broadcasting House in Belfast. Some of our programme-making staff are also based in Blackstaff House and this is home to our largest television studio in Northern Ireland. We broadcast to audiences in the North-West from BBC Radio Foyle in Londonderry.
BBC Northern Ireland employs approximately 650 staff. They are involved in all aspects of programme-making and production and include journalists, technicians, engineers and staff involved in a range of support roles. A significant % of BBC output on local television, and to a lesser extent on BBC radio, is sourced from the independent sector – providing additional employment and helping to sustain the creative industries in Northern Ireland.
Our aim is to provide something of value for everyone – to inform and stimulate debate, to celebrate cultural life and diversity, to describe and explain stories, issues and events involving local people, and to provide memorable viewing and listening experiences for audiences in Northern Ireland and throughout the rest of the UK.
BBC One Northern Ireland
Our main UK-wide TV channel, with additional programmes for audiences in Northern Ireland
BBC Two Northern Ireland
BBC Two with additional programmes for audiences in Northern Ireland
BBC Radio Ulster
A speech-led service, providing a mix of programmes that reflect news, events and community life in all its different aspects and diversity
BBC Radio Foyle
A speech-led service for audiences in the North-West of Northern Ireland
BBC Northern Ireland homepage
The latest news, sport and weather, TV & radio schedules and highlights for Northern Ireland
BBC Music Northern Ireland
The home for all things musical across BBC Northern Ireland
BBC News Northern Ireland
Latest and breaking news from the BBC Northern Ireland newsroom
BBC Sport Northern Ireland
The biggest stories, breaking news and names from Northern Irish sport