He will remain as Chairman of BBC Films and continue to present the BBC1 arts series Imagine
Public Accounts Committee says it was 'staggering' Kids Company was given more than £40m without proper checks
Court hears that ministers believed an eleventh-hour grant request was 'a punt that was worth funding'
The hearing has shed more light on the conflicting roles of permanent secretaries than on what we knew already
Email explains how Batmanghelidjh employed 'loving blackmail, arm-twisting and all manner of ghetto-strategies'
Meg Hillier says it is 'unbelievable' the money was handed over to the charity 'with little focus on what it was achieving'
Camilla Batmanghelidjh's heart is in the right place but she would have been greatly helped by a more enlightened view towards PR
BBC Trust investigating whether Yentob compromised the Corporation’s editorial independence through his interventions
Yet it would be too easy to imagine there are no wider lessons to be learnt
Yentob came under attack during an interrogation over alleged mismanagement at the once-feted children’s charity
How do you measure rekindled imaginations - hope grown in a heap of ashes?
Camila Batmanghelidjh and Mr Yentob, the chairman of trustees and BBC creative director, were questioned by MPs
Theatreland lore dictates that flowers should only be given to actors celebrating their opening nights after the curtain has fallen. Many still believe superstitiously that delivering a bunch of blooms prior to the first act invites a disastrous run for the play.
Admissions to hospitals have soared as poorer families struggle to afford food
Where are you now and what can you see?
The children’s clothes market is worth £6bn. But should these wares be displayed on the catwalk? Charlotte Philby takes a ringside seat