BBC and Royal Horticultural Society extend broadcast deal – SEENIT


The BBC has secured a three-year extension of its broadcast deal with the Royal Horticultural Society, ensuring coverage of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show will remain on its channels until at least 2024.

The deal also covers the RHS Malvern Spring Festival, the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival and the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, which will air on BBC Gardeners’ World.

Catherine Catton, Head of Commissioning, Popular Factual and Factual Entertainment, said: “I am really delighted that we are working with the brilliant team at RHS for another three years.

“RHS events are a real highlight in the gardening calendar and I am delighted that our continued partnership allows us to share these flagship events with a large BBC audience. “

Hayley Monckton, RHS Communications Director, added: “RHS has used 19 consecutive years with the BBC as a broadcast partner to present the horticultural highlights of its flower shows to millions of people in the UK and in the world, by inspiring many of them. to grow more plants and garden.

“RHS Hampton and RHS Tatton featured on BBC Gardeners’ World will help us share the spectacular plant displays and gardens at these events with a wider audience.

“We have never worked with so many BBC outlets, in all of our work, to bring the joy of gardening to so many people and we are delighted to continue this fabulous partnership.”

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