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The UK Council for Child Internet Safety will draw up a list of approved sites offering advice about topics such as sex and drugs

Nick Robinson will no longer be the star speaker at Britain's defence industry following a formal complaint made to the BBC

BBC's political editor Nick Robinson backs out of arms-trade dinner role following formal complaints from campaigners

£235-a-head Mayfair dinner will be attended by the bosses of global arms manufacturing companies

The BBC has been accused of a 'fudge' for the way it has handled the Rod McKenzie case

BBC bullying row: Broadcaster accused of 'fudge' by moving boss who prompted over 30 complaints into another role

The BBC has been accused of a “fudge” after moving a senior executive who was the subject of more than 30 complaints over bullying to a new role within the organisation.

Radio presenter Dave Lee Travis arrives at Southwark Crown Court on 16 January.

Dave Lee Travis trial: DJ 'knew Jimmy Savile liked young girls' and thought 'good luck to him'

He also described groping behaviour as the 'norm' in the 1970s

The League of Gentlemen turn down BBC TV series but eye new project

Shearsmith suggests new series would be with different characters

Tony Hall, Director General of the BBC, outside New Broadcasting House

Board shake-up in the works at the BBC, to prevent another pay scandal

Tony Hall, the Director General of the BBC, is planning a shake-up of the organisation’s Executive Board in an attempt to correct the Square Mile culture which led to its management pay scandal.

Dumor: audiences warmed to his friendly, professional style

Komla Dumor: Respected and admired radio and television presenter who played a leading role in transforming the coverage of Africa

The presenter Komla Dumor, who has died of a heart attack at 41, was hugely popular with radio and television audiences across Africa, especially in his homeland of Ghana, where he was nicknamed "The Boss Player". Last year New African magazine named him one of the top 100 globally influential Africans, citing one of his favourite observations: "There's so much more to tell about Africa than the usual stories about war, famine and disease."

Rod McKenzie won a Best News and Current Affairs Programme Award for ‘Newsbeat’ at the Sony Radio Academy Awards

‘Newsbeat’ chief Rod McKenzie moved after complaints of bullying from over 30 BBC staff

The allegations against Mr McKenzie are spread over two decades

John and Sherlock look pensive in 'The Sign of Three'

Sherlock series three named most-watched BBC drama in a decade

The third series of Sherlock has become the most-watched drama run in over a decade, the BBC said today.

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Damon Albarn of Blur will release his debut solo album on 28 April

Damon Albarn to headline first BBC Radio 6 Music Festival in Manchester

The Blur frontman will unveil his debut solo album at the two-day event

Eight members of BBC staff were disciplined over allegations of bullying and sexual harassment last year

Eight BBC staff disciplined over bullying or sexual harassment allegations last year, figures show

Instances of whistle-blowing at the Corporation are down from 2012 to 2013

Benefits Street: Grimsby residents rise up after Channel 4 films Skint on estate

Residents wary of being featured in second series of Skint after portrayal of 'welfare scroungers' in Benefits Street

Trixie (Helen George), Chummy (Miranda Hart), Henny Lee (Jessica Raine) and Cynthia Miller (Bryony Hannah) star in Call the Midwife

Call the Midwife attracts record-breaking audience in triumphant third series return

The hit BBC drama drew average viewing figures of 9.6 million on Sunday

Roger Bannister celebrates with Chris Chataway in 1954 as he becomes the first man to run a sub-four minute mile

Sir Chris Chataway: A boy’s own hero who was truly one of a kind

Sir Chris Chataway, the former world-record runner, acted as pacemaker to help Roger Bannister break the four-minute mile barrier. And he achieved so much more

Jimmy Saville pictured in 2006. He is thought to have abused hundreds of victims

Jimmy Savile 'could have abused up to 1,000 victims' while at the BBC

Damning review will accuse Corporation of turning a blind eye to shamed entertainer's actions

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