Television Centre's three TV studios host live audience recordings every day, bringing a unique atmosphere and ever-changing creative buzz to life here. In-house expertise by BBC Studioworks and industry-leading technology allows these studios to host some of Britain's biggest and best productions.
ITV's famous chat show is filmed every day at Television Centre.
The 23rd series of uproarious evening chat show was filmed at Television Centre's Studio 1, and will continue to be filmed on site from September through 2019.
ITV's This Morning began production at Television Centre in April of 2018. The first episode in the new studio included co-host Phillip Schofield reminiscing about exploring these studios for the first time at 17.
Series 54 of the legendary BBC 2 music show returned to Television Centre in September 2019, having previously filmed here up until 2012. Comprising a six-part 30-minute programme airing on Thursdays and a six-part 60-minute programme airing on Fridays, the shows were pre-recorded as live in front of an audience of 200.
The live audience chat show brings host Jonathan Ross and his celebrity guests to Television Centre. This programme was one of the first to start shooting in the refurbished spaces in August 2017.
Channel 4's late-night comedy talk show hosted by Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker has been filmed every Friday night at Television Centre for the show's last 3 seasons. The show is broadcast live in front of an audience of 330 from Studio TC1.