The balance of power has shifted.
Readers also ranked the British press as the 'most biased' in the countries surveyed
James Corden, Steve Coogan and Dame Judi Dench also feature
Television can play a key role in raising awareness of mental health issues and encouraging people to speak out, particularly a generation not accustomed to sharing their every mood
From new presenters and expected airdates right through to how it'll fare against Clarkson's rival TV show
Banks Stewart was a thoughtful writer, always more interested in human stories than car chases and punch-ups
The former Kids Company chief executive laughed off all suggestions of mismanagement in the BBC's documentary
Amnesty International's newly launched fortnightly podcasts offer first-hand accounts from human rights campaigners and victims of injustice, told through the voice of another
The presenter (almost) took over from Shaun Keaveny who was ill at home
The BBC will show both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games through to the 2024 Olympics
The BBC is probably the finest public service broadcaster in the world, admired for its role in supporting free speech and individual liberty. But it has been exploited - and our most cherished public service, the NHS, is on the brink of breakdown
The annual two-day event will take place in Exeter on 28-29 May
Sir Terry Wogan's scathing commentary was usually the best part of the Eurovision Song Contest for many viewers
Meetings organised following claims that creative talent is being ignored as Government prepares white paper on the BBC
'Where and when is it most appropriate to wear your pyjamas?'
Nightwear is inappropriate dress for parents visiting a school, a headteacher has declared