An announcement on the future of online services was expected on Tuesday afternoon
'These changes won’t be popular with all members of the public, but we think they are the right thing to do'
The paid-for platform would reportedly take over the channel's current iPlayer service
The actress and humanitarian warned against a growing 'politics of fear and separation'
Culture Secretary accused of being ‘forced to back down on some of his wilder proposals’ and faces calls to let the corporation ‘get on with the job’
Above all it is in that bond of trust between public and broadcaster that the BBC’s true distinctiveness lies
'There have been some quite extraordinary attacks on the elected leader of the Labour party', says Sir Michael Lyons
No one will be able to legally watch the BBC on iPlayer without buying a television licence, the Government has announced, as part of a new Royal Charter for the Corporation unveiled in Parliament.
Prioritising key areas and doing less light entertainment, fewer game shows and scaling back Radio 1 and 2 would allow the inflated fees paid to ‘the talent’ to be reduced
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The campaign group 38 Degrees say the petition was hijacked by sexist trolls
The award-winning actor argues that she has 'never heard anybody whine' about paying the licence fee
Wingfield-Hayes, producer Maria Byrne and cameraman Matthew Goddard will be expelled from country
'There will [only be] a broadcasting landscape where the only determinate of whether something gets made is whether it’s likely to line the pockets of its shareholders.'
'Who are the people who listen to The Archers, watch Strictly and listen to the Today Programme? In large part, they are Tory voters'