We just put live a new exciting feature on BBC Programmes: programme aggregations powered by DBpedia. For example, you can look at:

Of course, the RDF representations are linked up to DBpedia. Try loading adolescence in the Tabulator, for example - you will get an immediate mashup of BBC data, DBpedia data, and Freebase data. Or if you're not afraid of getting overloaded with data, try the California one.

One of the most interesting things about using web identifiers as tags for our programmes (apart from being able to automatically generate those aggregation pages, of course), is that we can use ancillary information about those tags to create new sorts of aggregations, and new visualisations of our data. We could for example plot all our Radio 3 programmes on a map, depending on the geolocation of the people associated to these programmes. Or we could create an aggregation of BBC programmes featuring artists living in the cities with the highest rainfall (why not?). And, of course, this will be a fantastic new source of data for the MusicBore! The possibilities are basically endless, and we are very excited about it!