Broadcaster to defend its right to show entertainment programmes and the public service provided by Radio 1 and Radio 2
The VIP Paedophile Ring: What’s the Truth? sought to debunk claims of a network of abusers at Westminster
The BBC has released the teaser for the Sherlock Christmas special, sending fans into a frenzy.
The presenter said that it would be dangerous if the broadcaster became dependent on revenue directly from the government
Chris Evans has said he is "terrified" by his new job
The figures, which include 36 “life-threatening” incidents, were uncovered by the BBC
A troubled detective running (literally) from the past; moody shots of gloomy city landscapes contrasted with the wild, foaming freedom of a remote island location; a plot centring on women who have been tortured and killed. The opening minutes of BBC One’s new crime drama, From Darkness, were so familiar that it was hard not to yawn in seen-it-all-before despair.
There is a power shift going on between between old and new media
The former Top Gear presenter was the target of some sharp jibes by Richard Osman, who became a favourite on Twitter
The region has become one of the fastest growing buyers of UK-produced televisino programmes
'The problems in this world are not huge wars in that way,' Labour leader says
The BBC will lose its point if its presenters become too maverick, too wackily individual
Lord Burns was expected to be reconfirmed as chair of the corporation
Peston is said to be weighing up the offer, which is believed to involve a considerable pay rise
- Can Porn Be Ethical? on BBC Radio 4 suggests porn could be policed by a 'kitemark'
- Calls for ministers to legislate for an 'ethical code of conduct'
- Code would ensure that participants are happy with the activities they’re taking part in
What seems probable is that established brands such as Coronation Street and EastEnders will grow old alone in the soap market