Sir David warns: 'If you get a lewd message, it's not from me'
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Eminent scientist is sacked as Tony Abbott fulfils election pledge to streamline bureaucracy
Veteran broadcaster has called for a debate on population control
Ahead of the airing of a documentary made with the acclaimed naturalist, the eccentric musician tells Sarah Morrison how the pair found common ground in each other's fields
Presenter Jonathan Ross has signed a further deal with ITV to extend his chat show on the station until the end of next year.
Broadcaster risks losing flagship programs following claims major backer will not renew multi-million pound deal
Madness will kick-start a farewell to BBC Television Centre with an hour-long concert tonight to celebrate the building's 53-year history.
Familiar faces will gather to say a fond farewell to BBC Television Centre for a two-hour TV special as the corporation leaves one of its most recognisable homes after more than half a century.
Our tears over the plight of animals in Sir David Attenborough’s documentaries show a stark contrast to the lack of consideration for animals in our own kitchens
Viewers hypnotised by the BBC's landmark series Africa, with its stunning images of fighting giraffes and baby turtles scuttling into the sea, are watching pictures partly funded by the state of China, it can be disclosed.
It’s possible to lose yourself for hours - in some cases, weeks - to these beautifully shot non-fiction films...
London's first Men's Fashion Week leaves Matthew Bell dazzled by bright colours and worried about the fixation with shorts
This, the first British swimmer to win two Olympic gold medals in 100 years, is the ever-smiling face of the athletes who will, we're confident, make us all proud at London 2012.
The scientific body whose groundbreaking discoveries include the hole in the ozone layer is facing massive cuts as the Government's austerity measures reach new frontiers