BBC at the Quay is a 16-day pop-up festival beside the River Clyde to celebrate the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. From Saturday 19 July to Sunday 3 August the site, outside BBC Scotland's headquarters at Pacific Quay, will host live television and radio shows, music, comedy, interactive activities, food and drink and entertainment for all the family.
Highlights will include:
Live broadcasts by The One Show, Ken Bruce, Woman's Hour, MacAulay and Co, Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 3 and Radio 5 live.
Live music from Texas, Simple Minds, Paloma Faith and Amy Macdonald on Radio 2's Ken Bruce; Maceo Parker on Radio 3's Jazz Line-Up; Raghu Dixit and Tigerstyle on the Asian Network music night; Steve Earle and Sharon Shannon on Ricky Ross's Another Country; and Karen Matheson on Cèilidh a' Cho-Fhlaitheis/Commonwealth Ceilidh.
Stage shows of A Question of Sport, Mastermind, Watson's Wind-Up and CBBC and CBeebies favourites.
Exclusive interviews with stars such as Olympic and World Champion track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy.
There will also be a giant screen where you will be able to watch the best of the sporting action from the Games - as well as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies - and a tempting array of food and drink will be available on site.
The event is free and some shows will be ticketed. To be kept informed as other names and events are announced, join our mailing list and select "Entertainment" as one of your options.
BBC at the Quay is an event for all the family but children under the age of 16 will not be admitted without an accompanying adult. Some events may also have a minimum age limit.
All information is correct at time of publication.