The long-time Sri Lankan journalist partly did not prioritise the royal birth story because it clashed with the 30th anniversary of Black July – a shocking period of violence against the Tamil people in Sri Lanka
London School of Economics researchers found that 75 per cent of press coverage 'misrepresented' the Labour leader
Current data suggests that 109 people at the corporation will have their salaries revealed
The BBC’s commitment to feature at least one woman on their panel shows has set the bar pretty low. So low, in fact, that it has tripped up numerous, diverse, witty and confident comedians
Judges and hosts of the popular cooking show were not part of the negotiations, BBC confirms
BBC loses rights to the UK's most-watched programme of 2015 with the corporation saying its 'resources are not infinite'
‘We are a considerable distance apart on the money’, the BBC concedes
Current series of the hit show will be its last on the BBC, production company confirms
Students may be covered by their parents’ TV licence if they 'use a device that’s powered solely by its own internal batteries'
Up to now, only live content has been covered by the £145.50 annual fee
There was no Spielberg or Herzog, and Birdman just missed out
The BBC's latest crime mini-series continues to draw the viewer into its web of lies
Chris Boardman made the comment after Laura Trott and Jason Kenny's record-breaking performances in the Velodrome
The reporter will present the boxing coverage later this week
But he certainly wouldn't be standing alone on the podium. Why is the BBC, one of the most respected institutions in the world, silently condoning such behaviour?
The BBC say the commentator did not mean any offence