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

Huey Morgan, pictured recording his BBC 6 Music show

And the prize for sorest loser goes to... Huey Morgan

Muhammad Ali once said "No one knows what to say in the loser's locker room," but Huey Morgan, BBC 6 Music host and former Fun Lovin' Criminals frontman, had plenty to say when he lost out in the Music Radio Personality of the Year category at the Sony Awards.

Disabled home care costs up 10 per cent

Frail elderly and disabled people are being charged more for council help to get washed, dressed and fed at home, according to a survey.

Older female newsreaders forced to become 'Stepford Wives' if they want to keep their jobs

Female newsreaders are forced to become like “Stepford Wives” as the grow older if they want to keep their jobs, according to research published yesterday.

Two killed in Bogota explosion

A bomb targeting a former Colombian interior minister killed at least two people today and injured at least 19 others in the heart of Bogota's commercial district, authorities said.

BBC reveals digital Olympics plans

The BBC has unveiled plans for its digital coverage of the London Olympics, which will allow fans to watch events on the move - and in the office.

Beryl Renwick and Betty Smith beat Adam & Joe and Frank Skinner to win a Sony Radio Academy award

Who are radio's hottest new talents? Meet Beryl Renwick and Betty Smith (combined age: 176)

Forget talk shows – natter is where it's at. Adam Sherwin tunes in to the BBC Humberside double act that took the industry's top gong

Beryl Renwick and Betty Smith beat Adam & Joe and Frank Skinner to win a Sony Radio Academy award

Humberside's nattering pensioners put radio's young guns in the shade

Beryl and Betty do not deliver what one might consider to be stereotypical DJ one-liners. Nor are they hip young things waxing lyrical about the latest chart sensation. When these ladies get chatty on the mic, their cackling banter veers from memories of wartime rationing to lustful thoughts about Michael Bublé.

'Inbetweeners' film boosts Channel 4's profits

Channel 4's annual results tomorrow are expected to show it has received a major boost from The Inbetweeners Movie.

Anders Breivik trial interrupted by spectator throwing shoe

The trial of Anders Behring Breivik was interrupted briefly today by a spectator who hurled a shoe at the confessed mass killer and yelled "go to hell" before being escorted from the court room, witnesses said.

Adoptees 'wait 20 months' for home

Children in care in England are forced to wait an average of 20 months to move in with adoptive parents, according to new figures.

US 'vigilante teacher' Tim Larkin barred from UK by Theresa May

A controversial American self-defence instructor has been banned from Britain by Home Secretary Theresa May.

Catholic radio broadcaster killed in motorbike 'drive-by' in Philippines

The Roman Catholic Church and a media watchdog called for justice today after an anchorman of a Catholic-run radio station was killed by motorcycle-riding gunmen in the southern Philippines.

Reaching out: Ed Miliband, pictured in Birmingham on Friday, has told front benchers to connect with voters

'Let's create a buzz' says Miliband

Labour to tear up its 'blank sheet of paper' policy reviews

Sky has the bulk of rights to the Premier League

More Premier League matches to be screened live on television

More Premier League matches will be screened live in Britain than ever before from next year.

In tune: 'Woman's Hour' presenter Jenni Murray

The Week In Radio: Why Jenni and Jane know just what women want

There are people out there, or so I'm told, who believe that Radio 4's Woman's Hour shouldn't exist. These are the same people, one presumes, who talk about feminism in the past tense, referring to that silly business when women got uppity about not being able to do things like vote or have a career, and being treated as simpletons. Alternatively, they believe the programme to be patronising and maintain that if women are to attain true equality they shouldn't be given special treatment. Come again?

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