Change in the law means, as of September, a licence will be needed to download or watch BBC programmes on demand, including catch up TV, on iPlayer
Broadcaster says claims that TV detection vans will capture data from private wi-fi networks are "inaccurate"
For the network money comes first and it's pouring in faster even than in London in 2012
Streaming service gold
Fewer than 2% of households are thought to only watch catchup
'Bias in mainstream media coverage of the Labour Party crisis was not inevitable or unavoidable given a minority of outlets that were relatively balanced'
Ceremonies were so centred around filming there wasn't even time for family photos
the series will 'pick up exactly where we left off from last year'
Ubiquitous for so long, the electric guitar was put to best use by Jimi Hendrix, who could play one behind his head better than anyone could with it in front of them
Lawyers are understood to have written to the BBC and South Yorkshire Police to begin the litigation process
The BBC Sport Twitter account questioned Williams' claim for equal pay between men and women
'Tony Bush and George Blair'
A new immersive film gives viewers a look at what life is like in deaf Britain today. The Independent meets one of its stars Marios Costi – football lover, family man and passionate advocate of deaf rights
The Ms Leadsom was a prominent Brexit campaigner is one of her main advantages in the Conservative leadership contest
'If he really did support these positions, then he would be out there making his position clear, as he speaks in public frequently,' says Shakeel Begg's legal counsel
Freshly ground coffee, stage crew... and the occasional artist