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Jeremy Vine will host this weekend's edition of The Andrew Marr Show as the broadcaster continues to "make progress" after his stroke.

BBC advertises for new Newsnight editor after Savile report fall-out

The BBC has launched a search for the next editor of Newsnight after the news and current affairs programme dropped a report into Jimmy Savile's decades-long campaign of sexual abuse.

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The BBC was forced to replace a tranche of senior news executives following a damning report into the "chaos and confusion" which surrounded the corporation's "complete inability" to deal with the Jimmy Savile crisis.

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