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BBC One to broadcast BTS special

BBC One to broadcast BTS special
K-Pop sensations BTS will be the subject of a new BBC One documentary as they prepare to make their debut in Radio 1's Live Lounge.

A special programme about K-Pop sensations BTS is to air on BBC One to coincide with the boyband's debut appearance on Radio 1's iconic Live Lounge.

The 30-minute special, BTS @ Radio 1, will chart the seven-piece's rise to global fame over the last few years - including a look back at the impact of their debut play on the station in 2017.

Host Adele Roberts will sit down for an exclusive interview with the boys ahead of their session in the Live Lounge.

The group will perform their signature hit 'Dynamite', as well as new single 'Permission To Land' and a cover of Puff Daddy and Faith Evans's 'I'll Be Missing You'.

The programme will air next Wednesday, July 28 at 10.35pm on BBC One, while the BTS edition of Live Lounge airs the day before on Radio 1.

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