News David Icke has launched The People's Voice, a new free internet TV station

Conspiracy theorist says new station will 'give people who are currently voiceless in the mainstream media their say'

Prize-winning author Alice Walker gives support to David Icke on Desert Island Discs

When asked which book she would take were she to be an isolated castaway, the author of The Color Purple chose Icke’s Human Race Get Off Your Knees

David Weir celebrates with his son Mason after winning the men’s marathon T54 yesterday

Paralympic champion David Weir awarded freedom of the city of London 

Paralympic champion David Weir has been awarded the freedom of the city of London in recognition of his sporting achievements.

Speak no evil: Children in Need will make 'passing reference' to Jimmy Savile scandal but not mention his name

The BBC's annual Children in Need fundraiser tomorrow evening will make passing reference to Jimmy Savile scandal but not name the disgraced for presenter by name, according to the BBC.

Where's Pudsey? No sign of BBC's Children in Need with only three days to go

Three days before the BBC hosts its annual Children in Need telethon it is desperately fighting to shore up public trust in the organisation.

Clare Balding to host BBC Radio 2 morning show

Clare Balding is to join BBC Radio 2, replacing regular Sunday morning host Aled Jones who is leaving his show.

Eurovision just doesn't get The Hump

UK's veteran crooner comes second-to-last (way behind Jedward)

Tim Walker: Blame the music, not Graham Norton

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Nul Points? Not this time, as Eurovision goes west

Britain has Blue. Ireland has Jedward. Are the long years of Eastern bloc domination over?

The Week In Radio: Please keep on playing those mind games

Inventing new panel games, like changing the welfare system or redesigning the wrap dress, is so much harder than it looks. It's all very well whingeing that Quote... Unquote is tired or Round Britain Quiz too anoraky, but thinking of a variant is like dreaming up alternative sources of energy. You imagine there will be millions of possibilities. You end up with biofuel.

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'Moody' Chris Moyles plays down BBC rant

Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles today played down an on-air rant against the BBC for not paying him for two months, claiming he could be "moody" first thing in the morning.

'Can you imagine if Terry Wogan had not got paid?' – Moyles takes on his bosses

Chris Moyles has angered many people in his controversial career, including the gay lobby, child sex campaigners and Poles. Now he's taken on his own bosses at the BBC in an extraordinary on-air rant.

Chris Moyles hits out at BBC during on-air rant

Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles hit out at his BBC bosses today in an extraordinary rant on his breakfast show, accusing them of "a huge lack of respect" and revealing he had not been paid since July.

Bob Shennan: 'Being controller of Radio 2 and 6 Music is the best job around'

Sachsgate. Wogan's retirement. The threat to close one of his stations. To Bob Shennan, controller of Radio 2 and 6 Music, it's all part of the challenge – as he tells Ian Burrell

Vegas hopes to hit right notes as he prepares to play his comedy hero

When Les Dawson walked on to the set of Blankety Blank as the new host of the popular 1980s quiz show, he ruffled more than a few establishment feathers.

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