John Humphrys has said the BBC failed to understand the UK public and the vote for Brexit.
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Kathy Burke has joked that being furious with “miserable old git” John Humphrys over the years was almost like a marriage.
BBC broadcaster John Humphrys ended his final Today show with a swipe at politicians who snub political interviews in favour of social media.
Nicholas Parsons missed a recording of his Just A Minute radio show for the second time in more than 50 years due to a back problem.
John Cooper Clarke has said he did not want to quit heroin.
Nadiya Hussain has said she will focus on the challenge of “juggling childcare and career demands” when she takes over Woman’s Hour for a one-off special.
Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis has said locals near Worthy Farm would vent anger at her family in the early days of the festival.
Comedian Jo Brand has apologised for making a joke about throwing battery acid over politicians.
Nigel Farage has accused Jo Brand of inciting violence following comments she made during a BBC Radio 4 show.
Turner Prize-winning artist Lubaina Himid was told “black people don’t make art” before her career success.
Writer Neil Gaiman has said he feels sorry for Jeremy Hunt after sensing an “aura of fear” coming from the Foreign Secretary during a media appearance to discuss Brexit.
Miles Jupp is quitting The News Quiz to focus on acting, writing and his family.
Kathy Clugston has said she discussed equal pay when she signed on as the new chairwoman of Gardeners’ Question Time.
The BBC is launching an experimental podcast and radio play starring Pearl Mackie in an all-female cast.
Radio 4 newsreader Kathy Clugston has been unveiled as the new chairwoman of Gardeners’ Question Time – in a move she joked was “odd”.
Gardeners’ Question Time will get its first female host when Eric Robson retires and is replaced by Kathy Clugston.
Novelist Marlon James has said he desperately wanted to “drive out the gay” with an evangelical exorcism.
A demo by Lou Reed of his famous song I’m Waiting For The Man has been discovered.
Prolific writer Ann Cleeves has said the murder-and-punishment structure of crime fiction is reassuring in a time of political chaos.
John Humphrys’ name has become synonymous with the BBC over a 50-year career at the broadcaster.
John Humphrys quipped that leaving the Today programme “will make other people happier” as he hosted the flagship show following news that he plans to leave.
John Humphrys plans to quit the Today programme this year after 32 years fronting the early-morning broadcast.
Popular British poet Wendy Cope has said she suffered from depression living in the shadow of her domineering and evangelical mother.
BBC Radio 4 boss Gwyneth Williams is leaving the corporation after eight years in the role.
The bells of Rochdale Town Hall will replace the usual chimes of Big Ben on BBC Radio 4 this Christmas Eve.
Tom Kerridge has said he misses the alcohol which made him dependent, but cannot return to the chaos of his drinking life.
Lily Allen said she has not spoken to her father since the publication of her memoir, in which she shared a story about him that he claims is incorrect.
Funnyman Rowan Atkinson will play three different vicars in a new Radio 4 comedy.
Evan Davis has poked fun at his new job on BBC Radio 4’s PM as he prepares to host the programme for the first time.
Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold has spoken about the need for the Me Too movement and empowering young girls to do more than “pour the tea”.
Barry Cryer has been handed a lifetime achievement award for his comedy career.
The editor of the Today programme has said that the “storm” over presenters’ pay is passing.