Gary Lineker has revealed that the BBC received a complaint about “bald jokes” made on Match of the Day.
A new BBC documentary series is to give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at one of the world’s most famous museums.
Paul Merton has welcomed diversity in comedy and said wit is not the preserve of one class or race.
Oti Mabuse has shared a tribute to “beautiful soul” Todrick Hall as he joins her on The Greatest Dancer.
The Muslim convert dubbed Jihadi Jack who travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State terror group has been stripped of his British citizenship, it has been reported.
Kathy Burke has named American singer Lizzo as someone she thinks is a great inspiration for young women today.
The new series of Peaky Blinders will explore the rise of fascism in Britain in the 1930s, show creator Steven Knight said.
Mark Gatiss, Richard E Grant, Hilary Mantel and David Olusoga are to feature in a year-long celebration of literature at the BBC.
This year’s Strictly line-up is the most diverse since the show began.
The UK’s viewing habits are rapidly changing, with around half of homes now subscribing to TV streaming services such as Netflix.
Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing, RuPaul’s Drag Race star Michelle Visage and Paralympic champion Will Bayley are the latest stars to join the Strictly Come Dancing line-up.
Thousands of people are expected to take to the streets of Belfast later for the Pride parade.
Victoria star Tom Hughes has joined the cast of A Discovery Of Witches for the vampire drama’s second series.
Ofcom has approved the BBC’s plan to extend iPlayer’s catch-up window to 12 months, subject to “certain conditions and guidance”.
Diversity in radio has been slow to come because it has not been a priority for a number of organisations, according to the chief operating officer of BBC Radio.
The first batch of Strictly Come Dancing celebrity contestants will be announced tonight.
James Corden has said he does not want the forthcoming Gavin & Stacey special to be seen as a “career-emergency, break-the-glass decision”.
Half of UK adults get their news from social media, according to research.
The BBC has released a trailer for surveillance-based drama series The Capture.
Daniel Radcliffe was reduced to tears while reading the suicide note of his great-grandfather.