BBc are showing a programme about the moon on Wednesday evening.
I think as a replacement for stargazing live.
Check the time as I cant recall right now.
OK Just found some details courtesy of Popular astronomy
Though there’s no Stargazing Live this year, the BBC will be showing a documentary about the Moon next Wednesday, 31 January, at 21:00 on BBC One. The trailer refers to it being on the night of the ‘supermoon’, a term which a few years ago astronomers wouldn’t have recognised. It was actually invented by an astrologer, who believed that the times when the Moon was closest in its orbit, and was in line with the Sun, would have some particular effect on humans, and termed them supermoons. In fact, perigee this month takes place on 30 January at 10 am, while full Moon is actually over a day later, at 13:24 on the 31st!
There is a total lunar eclipse at the time, but this will not be visible from the UK. It ends at 16:09 UT, and moonrise will be over 45 minutes later, depending on your location. Jim
Watched the prog. last night and to be honest didn't rate it. in fact it seemed to be more of an anthropological programme than an astronomical one and the woman doing the commentary spoke in such a way that I hardly understood a word. At least I did manage to stay awake.