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The titan of University Challenge reckons it’s time the BBC stopped treating audiences like idiots
But David Cameron could face a vote of confidence in an attempt to oust him as Conservative leader before the 2015 general election
Hollywood star Kevin Spacey has been chosen to give an annual keynote speech to TV executives - about how his latest hit show bypassed television channels.
It will come as a relief to readers that Prince Charles’s bottom, the very one due to sit – one day – on the nation’s throne, has its own special cushion. According to the The Mail on Sunday, when the Prince arrived at Kensington Palace by helicopter (natch) last week, one of his bodyguards followed him out carrying “his favourite embroidered silk cushion”, which was then passed to his chauffeur.
Contestants who did caused a scandal in the 1950s and cheating has just been uncovered at Harvard. But perhaps we shouldn’t be so quick to judge
Director-General's rationale for inaction on reports of abuse laid bare by Pollard transcripts as Corporation faces fresh questions over how PRs changed Newsnight blog
Reams of 'unedifying' internal documents show corporation's 'meltdown'
Long-awaited report into handling of Newsnight debacle to be released on Friday
Our diarist says the Prime Minister's pop culture references don't always stack up
But there are bigger things at stake than the £450,000 he took home
Don't sacrifice decades of journalistic quality because of two very different mistakes
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.
Some of his BBC colleagues are a little too aggressive, Evan Davis tells Ben Riley-Smith
In his guise as political blogger Guido Fawkes, he has spread fear through the ranks of MPs and beyond. And now he's fallen foul of Leveson
From the outside looking in: the man who opened a window on Englishness