The Labour Party has complained to the BBC’s director general, accusing the broadcaster of “slanted and biased” election coverage.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has said she begged Andrew Scott to have a coffee with her so she could pitch him the role of the priest in Fleabag.
British composer Erika Fox has been presented with an Ivor Novello Award for lifetime achievement.
Jo Swinson has ruled out working the SNP at Westminster to bring about a second Brexit referendum, if the price was another poll on Scottish independence.
Mackenzie Crook debuts as the scarecrow Worzel Gummidge in the whimsical first trailer for the BBC’s modern-day adaptation.
The BBC has pledged to improve representation of disabled people on and off screen.
There was an “institutional issue” with the BBC in its coverage of the 2014 independence referendum, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Star Trek’s George Takei is boldly joining the pre-school universe.
Huw Edwards has been waiting to lead the BBC’s coverage of the General Election for nearly 30 years.
The UK’s three main farm levy bodies are the latest industry organisations to condemn a BBC documentary exploring the impact of red meat production on the environment.
Alex Scott has said she is not worried about doing the “dance of death” in this weekend’s quarter finals on Strictly Come Dancing.
The BBC has asked the Conservative Party to remove online adverts which use edited versions of its content.
Boris Johnson has refused to commit to an interview with the BBC’s Andrew Neil despite Jeremy Corbyn being grilled by the veteran journalist earlier this week.
Liverpool’s quest to win the Club World Cup in Qatar will be broadcast free-to-air by the BBC in December.
Alex Scott has said she hoped her Strictly wardrobe malfunction just “added to the drama” of the routine.
The Panorama programme featuring an interview with an alleged Jeffrey Epstein victim who claims she slept with the Duke of York while under age will now be an hour long, the BBC has said.
Boris Johnson has been accused of “running scared” from a grilling by interviewer Andrew Neil, as it was disclosed he will also miss two TV debates.
Neither Boris Johnson nor Jeremy Corbyn will attend the BBC’s seven-way election debate on Friday, the corporation has announced.
With his trademark enthusiasm and gravity-defying haircut, Gary Rhodes was among the bevy of Michelin-starred chefs to become household names following the soaring success of the television cookery show format in the 1990s.
The BBC has been accused of “misrepresenting” red meat production in a documentary on Monday.
There is still life in shows like the X Factor but there remains a question over whether there is enough talent to sustain them, a TV executive has said.
Mrs Brown and Miranda Hart will be back for Christmas.
The BBC has admitted it made a “mistake” following accusations that a Question Time clip was cut in a way which edited out laughter directed at the Prime Minister.
The Duke of York is standing back from all of the organisations of which he is a patron after the backlash which followed an interview he gave to BBC’s Newsnight programme.
Gemma Collins and an “all-consuming silence” are among the highlights of this year’s BBC Christmas line-up.
Queen Elizabeth famously referred to 1992 as an annus horribilis, using the Latin for horrible year.
BBC staff have complained after claiming the corporation has introduced a “six chip” rule in their canteen.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Anton du Beke has said he would be “very happy” to be paired with a male dance partner.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will urge millions of eligible voters to register before the deadline as the Tories announce plans to raise stamp duty for people from overseas buying UK property.
John Humphrys has attacked the idea of a second EU referendum, suggesting it would be undemocratic.
Police are assessing whether any potential criminal offences can be identified after more than 3,000 neurology patients were recalled by health authorities in Belfast.
BBC director-general Lord Tony Hall was not given “any option” but to accept responsibility for funding the TV licence fee for over-75s, the chairman of the corporation has said.