TV presenter Julia Bradbury has criticised the decision to give pay cuts to some high-profile male BBC stars, saying it is not the answer to controversy over equal pay.
The BBC has proposed a £320,000 cap on its news presenters’ salaries after an outcry over gender pay inequality.
There is evidence the BBC has a “deeper cultural problem” with gender pay than even the gap revealed in its list of top-earning stars suggests, MPs have said.
Women at the BBC have faced “veiled threats” while trying to broach the subject of equal pay, it has been claimed in a report by 170 BBC Women.
Former BBC Scotland health correspondent Eleanor Bradford has claimed she was paid “around £10,000” less than some of her male colleagues in similar roles, prompting her to leave the BBC after nearly 15 years.
The BBC is announcing “a significant overhaul” of how it manages on-air pay – as it accepts that it has “got some presenters’ pay wrong”.
Viewers of a new Saturday night singing contest starring Geri Horner have joked that the set design reminds them of The Muppet Show.
John Humphrys says he would “like to think” he has given the BBC “reasonable value for money over the years”.
Top Gear has teased its upcoming series with a new trailer featuring flying cars, martial arts and what appears to be a demolition derby.
Radio 4 Today host John Humphrys has said it was his decision to take a pay cut, adding “I’m not exactly on the breadline” as he and other big-name male BBC stars – Huw Edwards, Nicky Campbell, Jon Sopel, Nick Robinson, and Jeremy Vine – reduced their salaries.
Dust off those heirlooms and dig out those car boot sale bargains, the Antiques Roadshow is heading for the north-east
Fiona Bruce and the team of Antique Roadshow experts are headed for Crathes Castle this summer, the BBC has revealed.
Broadcaster Nicky Campbell is the latest male BBC presenter to take a pay cut amid the controversy over the gender gap.
Four male presenters at the BBC have accepted pay cuts following revelations over equal pay, the corporation has reported.
Songs Of Praise star Aled Jones will be returning to the BBC following an investigation into alleged inappropriate behaviour but “deeply regrets” and is very sorry “for the hurt” he has caused.
Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong has joked that the Queen became a fan of the show when she discovered it was on just before the news.
Hollywood star Ewan McGregor will “take to the skies” to celebrate 100 years of the RAF in a new BBC documentary.
A novel by Kazuo Ishiguro is to be turned into a TV show by the production company behind Peaky Blinders.
Carey Mulligan has hit out at the film world over a lack of leading roles for women, saying she was “fed up” of playing the wife or girlfriend.
Broadcaster Libby Purves has said the gender pay gap exists because men are being “vain and greedy”.
Dr Ron Stewart knows all about the stresses and strains which are being placed on the NHS across Scotland.
The EastEnders Christmas Day episode was the BBC’s most-watched programme on iPlayer over the festive period.
Lily Cole has hit out at critics who slammed plans for her to make a film in commemoration of 19th century writer Emily Bronte.
Television viewers have said new thriller McMafia was troubled by “tiny” subtitles that made it difficult to follow the action.
Three years after the end of TV hit Miranda, another accident-prone character is coming to BBC1.
Mrs Brown’s Boys gave the BBC the top rated show on a single channel on Christmas Day with 6.8 million viewers.
The Miniaturist author Jessie Burton has spoken about how thrilled she was to see her bestselling book adapted for the small screen.
A crofter who featured in a television documentary and lost a damages claim against Highland Council after he tripped on a paving slab has had his appeal rejected.
The way Lucy Lintott’s life has changed since she revealed her battle with an incurable illness on national TV was summed up in one “surreal” moment during a recent trip to Glasgow.
An Aberdeen university lecturer who has experienced depression has spoken out against a recent BBC Panorama episode that investigated mental health.
Ramsay Jones: BBC can’t treat its female staff like poor relations – and for that matter, neither can anyone else
The price of a cafe latte. Or if you prefer it, a cappuccino. Per household. Per week. Just 10p a day per person for a family of four. That’s the cost of a TV licence fee.
Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker will become the first female Doctor in Doctor Who, the BBC has announced.
In a fiery election confrontation where the Prime Minister was time and again pilloried for her absence, it is the "progressive alliance" aiming to oust her party from power who will feel they landed the most blows.