How the world’s best kids auditioned for BBC’s ‘Bop’ series
Kids from around the world have been sent to the US for the first time to audition for a series of auditions for the BBC’s new “Bop” music competition series.
The show will be broadcast across the world from February 1, with the first episode airing on the BBC iPlayer and later on to the BBC app.
The shows aim to create a platform for young musicians to explore new musical genres and broaden their skills.
The contestants will have to perform a variety of songs and have to show that they have the technical and musical ability to do so.
It is the first UK production to have such a challenge.
The BBC hopes that the series will attract millions of viewers and that the BBC, which produces the shows, will gain a new audience as a result.
It hopes to reach out to young people in the UK and abroad to help them gain an understanding of the genre and how to perform it.
The programme will be made by BBC Worldwide, which has produced shows including the BBC3’s “A Different World” and “The Adventures of Doctor Who”.
“Boop” is a BBC Worldwide series created by BBC Music, which also produced “Battleship” and its spin-off, “Boppies”.
The show is set to be the first in the US and will be produced in Los Angeles by BBC Studios.
The series, which is produced by BBC Entertainment, was produced by the BBC for a record £100 million in the year ending March 2016.
BBC Worldwide is also producing the BBC4’s “The Big Bang Theory” which is based on the hit BBC series.
BBC Music is also the producers of the “Totally Fabulous” and the “Doctor Who” television series.