Broadcaster Libby Purves has said the cost of gender pay disputes at the BBC “chokes creativity” and will harm the quality of the broadcaster’s output.
The tribunal that found for Samira Ahmed in her dispute with the BBC dismissed the corporation’s argument that Jeremy Vine was paid more because his show needed a presenter with a “glint in the eye”.
Broadcaster Samira Ahmed has won her sex discrimination equal pay claim against the BBC, with the corporation facing dozens more cases.
Samira Ahmed has been praised by Carrie Gracie and others at the BBC for having the courage to go up against the corporation in an equal pay dispute.
Broadcaster Samira Ahmed has won her sex discrimination equal pay claim against the BBC.
BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine said he was “dismayed” after Boris Johnson pulled out of an interview with less than 24 hours’ notice.
Jeremy Vine has apologised after appearing to offer Scotland’s oldest bagpipe player a “shedload” of cannabis.
Jeremy Vine will find out who would triumph between a University Challenge winner or a contestant on The Chase with a new quiz show.
A BBC executive described presenting work on a TV show previously hosted by Jeremy Vine as “easy money” during discussions about the presenter’s future pay.
Emily Maitlis has said her “heart goes out” to colleague Samira Ahmed during her employment tribunal.
Jeremy Vine’s agent urged BBC bosses to stop “bullying” his client and treating him “like a child” during talks to renew the broadcaster’s pay deal.
Huw Edwards will lead the BBC’s coverage of the General Election this year.
A senior BBC executive has argued the broadcaster was justified in paying presenter Samira Ahmed less than Jeremy Vine due to differences in news and entertainment shows.
BBC presenter Samira Ahmed has said she is sorry Jeremy Vine has been “dragged” into her equal pay claim as she pursues nearly £700,000 from the corporation.
Presenter Samira Ahmed has claimed Jeremy Vine was “gifted” his Radio 2 lunchtime show as she argues to receive nearly £700,000 from the BBC in an equal pay claim.
The BBC is arguing that Samira Ahmed’s equal pay claim should be dismissed because the show she presents is not as popular as one fronted by Jeremy Vine.
Presenter Samira Ahmed was cheered as she arrived at a tribunal where she will question why the BBC paid her less than a male colleague for what she said is a “very similar job”.
A backlash against the BBC following the release of information on its high-earners has led to a number of voluntary pay cuts.
Roxanne Pallett has revealed she considered taking her own life after her scandalous behaviour on Celebrity Big Brother.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has launched an investigation into Jeremy Vine’s Channel 5 show over offensive language.