News Jimmy Saville pictured in 2006. He is thought to have abused hundreds of victims

Damning review will accuse Corporation of turning a blind eye to shamed entertainer's actions

We can't match lavish BBC for the Paralympics, admits C4 chief

Chief executive says lack of interest from abroad will limit scope – but still expects best Games ever

Postcard From...Naples

In Italy even the oldest profession needs a helping hand during hard times. With more and more women turning to the sex industry and levels of violence against prostitutes on the rise, the mayor of Naples has proposed an experimental red light district modelled on that in Amsterdam, so the authorities can gain some measure of control.

Amol Rajan: Grand gestures can elevate us and our situations

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Radio 1 to scrap 'cheesy' breakfast show jingles when Nick Grimshaw takes over from Chris Moyles next month

Radio 1 is to scrap “cheesy” sung jingles on its breakfast show when Nick Grimshaw takes over from Chris Moyles next month.

Tom Daley celebrates his bronze for the men's 10m diving on day 15 of the Olympics

Tom Daley urges Britain to build on Olympic sports buzz

British diver and Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley today urged Britain to build on the sports buzz created by the London games.

Fans cheer Mo Farah on

Sebastian Coe hails 'extraordinary magnitude' of Mo Farah's double gold

Sebastian Coe has hailed Mo Farah's double Olympic gold as an achievement of "extraordinary magnitude".

Album: Public Service Broadcasting, The War Room (Test Card)

The "Keep Calm and Carry On" meme, barely seen during wartime but rediscovered at the turn of the millennium, gained traction because it spoke to a mythologised idea of British fortitude and resilience.

Elisa Bray: Loudmouth chat trumps music, it seems

Like many music lovers, I haven't listened to Radio 1 since John Peel died in 2004. His 10pm to midnight slot was essential listening, and how, as an impressionable teenager, I discovered all the (then) underground indie and post-rock bands that still remain among my favourites to this day.

Missing kayaker found dead off Essex coast

A man who sparked an overnight search after going out in a kayak has been found dead, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency said.

Chris Moyles to present his last Radio 1 breakfast show on 14 September

Chris Moyles will present his last Radio 1 breakfast show on Friday 14 September, with Nick Grimshaw taking over 10 days later.

Greg Rutherford of Great Britain celebrates winning gold in the Men's Long Jump Final

Kevin Garside: These Games are writing a parable for modern Britain, of equality and opportunity

The point has been to be part of this national rite, to bathe in the holy water of Olympic congress

Caught in the Net: Tune in to Animal Collective Radio

Animal Collective have premiered the wild first single from forthcoming album Centipede Hz, due out on 3 September.

South Korea's Sa Jae-hyouk dislocated his right elbow

Chris Hewett: Carnage at the clean and jerk – and no sign of any elbow room

The critic without a ticket: Clive James is the funniest thing ever produced by Australia, with the exception of its beer

NBC accused of deliberately editing footage of the women’s team gymnastics

Controversy over the coverage of the Olympics on American television deepened today when NBC was accused of deliberately editing footage of the women’s team gymnastics in order to create what critics called “fake suspense.”

British rower Steve Redgrave carries the flag of his delegation in 1996

Chris Hewett: Steve Redgrave the same class act on the airwaves as he was on the water

Critic without a ticket: Britain's finest Olympian has an anti-BS antenna and is incapable of not telling it like it is

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It's what you're reclining on that matters
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Gallipoli centenary: At dawn, the young remember the young who perished in one of the First World War's bloodiest battles

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A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

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