Fans of The Voice were amused after Olly Murs refused to refer to The X Factor by name.
EastEnders ended with Dr Harold Legg seeming to succumb from the shock and heartache of seeing a swastika painted on his door.
A senior BBC executive has been cleared of breaching the law which gives victims of sex offences lifelong anonymity after a reporter named a complainant in a live radio broadcast.
A senior BBC executive has told a court how he did not question the script of a live radio broadcast that named a rape victim because he trusted his journalist and not naming complainants of sex offences was “as basic as it gets”.
Sir David Jason said it would be a “shame” if the tower block featured in Only Fools And Horses is demolished.
Stacey Dooley has said that Strictly Come Dancing offered a welcome escape from the pressures of her job.
The first female Deputy Director General of the BBC has announced she will be stepping down.
A Perthshire farmer turned stand-up comedian is to perform in Dundee later this year.
A new CBeebies series will aim not just to teach babies but also educate families on “positive parenting”.
Top Gear has teased its upcoming series with a trailer featuring supercars, Sri Lankan tuk-tuks and Matt LeBlanc in a wingsuit.
Zoe Ball believes she will be “very nervous” for her first day presenting the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show.
Stacey Dooley has denied that her new role hosting a BBC make-up competition is “trivial”.
Alan Partridge will deal with “difficult topics” like the Me Too movement and bereavement in his new series, according to the character’s creator Steve Coogan.
Jeremy Clarkson has said male presenters should accept they have no chance of winning jobs at the BBC over their female rivals and instead go “down the bar”.
The BBC has launched a consultation into whether all programmes should be made available on its iPlayer streaming platform for at least 12 months, in a bid to compete with rivals including Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The makers of the hit BBC series Killing Eve have hinted at what fans can expect from the show’s second season while at the Golden Globe awards.
The democratic format of new BBC talent show The Greatest Dancer has been criticised for allowing non-experts to judge technical prowess.
Sir Billy Connolly has sent out a cheerful musical message assuring fans he is “not dead” following a programme documenting his battles with cancer and Parkinson’s.
New Question Time host Fiona Bruce has admitted she does not know how much she earns through her four jobs at the BBC.
There has been an outpouring of affection for Billy Connolly following the second episode of a programme profiling the comedian.