Engage the public with research about the BBC

Apply for funding to engage the public in the context of the centenary of the BBC in 2022.

You must:

be a UK-based researcher at doctoral level or higher
have a primary research focus in arts and humanities.
We welcome applications from researchers working in UKRI’s wider remit but your work must focus on the arts and humanities.

You may choose to partner with organisations, including:

the National Science and Media Museum (NSMM)
the BBC
both of these.
Your primary engagement activity must take place between May and November 2022.

The full economic cost of your project can be up to £20,000. AHRC will fund 100% of the full economic cost.

This opportunity is part of the ‘What does the BBC mean to me? 100 years of BBC broadcasting’ public engagement fund.

For more information please follow the direct link.