BBC broadcaster John Humphrys ended his final Today show with a swipe at politicians who snub political interviews in favour of social media.
When John Humphrys steps down from the Today programme on Thursday, it will be as the longest serving presenter in the show’s history.
John Humphrys is preparing to step down from the Today programme.
John Humphrys has forged a fearsome reputation as an interviewer for the BBC during a 50-year career.
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.
Chris Evans grew his audience at BBC Radio 2 by nearly 250,000 listeners just before his departure from the station, new research shows.
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.
BBC Radio 4’s Today programme breached broadcasting rules with Lord Nigel Lawson’s interview on climate change, watchdog Ofcom has said.