The British Broadcasting Corporation, often simply known as the BBC, is a UK-based broadcasting corporation and is the world's largest broadcasting corporation founded in 1922 by John Reith.

It is run as a public service broadcaster by the BBC Trust. It is currently broadcasting 21 TV channels, and helping to run two more, as well as fifty-eight radio stations. Most of the BBC's operation in the UK is funded by the licence fee, which all UK television viewers must pay.

Television ChannelsEdit

Radio Stations Edit

See: BBC Radio