Long-awaited report into handling of Newsnight debacle to be released on Friday
Joanna Page has announced the birth of her baby daughter.
A BBC drama about supermarket workers who win the lottery is to be remade for American audiences.
Jeremy Vine will host this weekend's edition of The Andrew Marr Show as the broadcaster continues to "make progress" after his stroke.
The not-for-profit journalism group dragged into the row over the Newsnight report that led to Lord McAlpine being wrongly exposed as a paedophile has said it had had no control over the story but admitted failings over a decision to second one of its reporters to the BBC.
Lord McAlpine has reached a £125,000 settlement with ITV and Phillip Schofield over a This Morning programme on 8 November.
In Abi Morgan's Fifties drama the pressure to break big stories even as resources and budgets are shrinking struck some awkward resonances
Tim Davie, also a habitué of extreme marathons, may cope with the pressures of the job rather better than his predecessor
We've forgotten the real story - and Newsnight's redeeming qualities
Ironically, the lack of checks on the McAlpine might be helpful to some top BBC figures, but they're far from in the clear yet.
In its long and glorious history, The New York Times has challenged presidents, generals and dictators. At the moment, its journalists are taking on an unlikely figure: the newspaper's new chief executive.
Further allegations of sexual assault were made against Jimmy Savile last night, as yet more women came forward to say that they had been attacked by the former television star.
Further doubts have been expressed about whether former BBC director-general Mark Thompson is a suitable figure to take over as the new chief executive of the New York Times (NYT) in an opinion piece published by the paper.
Remember the dispute that laid bare decisions that took the country to war?
George Entwistle, the BBC Director-General, tried to shake up the journalism culture at the BBC by offering the Corporation's Director of News Helen Boaden a fresh role in radio – but she turned the job down, prior to the outbreak of the crisis over Jimmy Savile, The Independent has been told.