BBC radio presenter Jim Naughtie has apologised for likening a group of Tory Eurosceptics to France’s National Front, saying that his words were “ill-chosen”.
Stormzy is to play a newspaper editor in a new TV drama.
MPs have criticised the BBC’s plans to rebuild the set of EastEnders after it shot millions of pounds over budget – partly due to plans to make it appear old.
BBC chief Tony Hall is revealing plans for a new, independent foundation to tackle the “chronic underreporting” of local news.
Paddy McGuinness has said he enjoys it when people shout his catchphrases back at him because it is the highest form of compliment.
The chairman of the BBC has called for a reduction in regulatory red tape so the broadcaster can compete with Netflix.
Two disco-dancing Dundonian youngsters will be appearing on TV screens across the country as part of a new documentary series.
Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness hurtle around a rainy Welsh race track in a souped-up hearse in the first footage from the new series of Top Gear.
Novelist Marlon James has said he desperately wanted to “drive out the gay” with an evangelical exorcism.
Red Nose Day returns to BBC One with skits and celebrities for an evening of charity fundraising.
A BBC Three series will explore the damaging effect pornography may be having on young people as it follows six British men and women into Spain’s sex industry.
A new BBC game show will feature families competing in a test of intelligence designed by a neuroscientist.
EastEnders actress Katie Jarvis has said she is “absolutely fine” following reports she was attacked on a night out.
Greg James has said he will use his platform to promote the cause of gender equality and diversity at the BBC.
Members of the BBC Women group have welcomed a new investigation by a human rights watchdog over suspected past pay discrimination at the corporation, but added that the BBC still has a “very long way” to go.
Jon Snow has said management at media companies should be shamed into ensuring equal pay for women.
A human rights watchdog has launched an investigation into “suspected past pay discrimination against women” at the BBC, it has been announced.
Carrie Gracie caused an enormous headache for the BBC as the most high-profile casualty of the controversy over equal pay.
A human rights watchdog has launched an investigation into BBC pay practices over alleged discrimination against women.
Those interested in appearing on TV could have their chance as a new baking show for the BBC is to be filmed in Broughty Ferry.