Sports broadcaster Gary Lineker has retained his title as the BBC’s highest paid presenter, earning £1.75 million last year.
A solicitor who questioned the Tory leadership candidates in a TV debate has become the second man to be suspended from their job.
The BBC has defended itself after tweets from an imam who questioned the Tory leadership candidates during a televised debate were revealed.
The six Conservative MPs hoping to be the next party leader are set to face a second round of votes today.
The comedian has apologised for making a “crass” joke about throwing battery acid on politicians.
A comment made by Jo Brand about throwing battery acid at politicians is being assessed by the Metropolitan Police.
Conservative leadership contenders Andrea Leadsom and Esther McVey have criticised the BBC’s decision not to continue with free TV licences for all over-75s.
Broadcaster Ian Wright has said that the Women’s FIFA World Cup “does not need” male pundits.
Media commentator Paul Connew has described Danny Baker’s tweet, in which he shared a photo of a monkey in response to the birth of a royal baby, as a “professional suicide note”.
A professor of psychology has said that the BBC "had almost no choice” but to sack presenter Danny Baker, after he posted a tweet in which he joked about the royal baby using a picture of a monkey.
Andrew Bridgen, a member of the European Research Group, has described David Lammy as “not the sharpest tool in the box” after the Labour MP defended comparing the ERG to the Nazi party.
Telegraph columnist Charles Moore has accused BBC Question Time of having a pro-Remain bias after he pointed out during Thursday night’s panel that he was the only Leave-supporting guest.
BBC political show Question Time has been criticised for airing a debate over whether it is "morally right" to teach children about LGBTQ+ "issues".
John Bercow has defended the European Research Group after BBC presenter James Naughtie claimed they were like France’s National Front.
The BBC and ITV plan to challenge Netflix with a joint UK streaming service showcasing the best of British television.
Protesters are gathering near the BBC's Salford headquarters ahead of a planned Tommy Robinson demonstration.
Dame Frances Cairncross, who led a review into the future of UK media, has said that public funds should be used to rescue local journalism.
The BBC has claimed it does not know how much some of its top stars are paid, as they are part of the broadcaster’s commercial department BBC Studios.
Isabel Oakeshott, who appeared on Question Time alongside Dianne Abbott on BBC’s Question Time, has said that presenter Fiona Bruce was “completely professional” and “even-handed”.
Labour asked for unseen footage of BBC’s Question Time and demanded a correction during next week’s episode, amid a row on the show’s treatment of Diane Abbott.
An editor of BBC Asian Network was found not guilty over the naming of a sexual abuse victim during a live radio news bulletin, on Friday.
Angelina Jolie will join the BBC for a series of special programmes to introduce young people to truth rather than opinion.
A BBC project to rebuild the set of EastEnders is expected to cost £27 million more than planned, sparking concerns over licence fee payers' value for money.
Lord Andrew Adonis criticised the BBC for their choice of Newsnight panellist - an unconventional pastor and actor, Lynn Hayter
Social media users have accused Newsnight of hiring an actor to participate in a Brexit debate. The BBC denies the claims
Lord Adonis and several others have said the BBC is wrong to have Arron Banks on the Andrew Marr show after he was referred to the National Crime Agency over Brexit donations
Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff will host Top Gear from next year, the BBC has confirmed.
Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, aka Posie Parker, projected the dictionary definition of woman onto the BBC, the Royal Opera House and the National Gallery
The director of Killing Eve, Harry Bradbeer, has said that “there is plenty of money” in longform TV because it attracts “great actors”, but there are less shorter films being made.
Former Home Secretary Alan Johnson has said there was a “glaring” mistake in the BBC hit series Bodyguard.
Justin James has said that relationships like the one in the BBC’s Bodyguard do happen but added that “it is not a good thing”.
With the Great British Bake Off back on our screens tonight, we look back on previous series to reminisce the most shocking moments from everyone’s favourite baking show.
The Labour leader will deliver his Alternative MacTaggart Lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival, on the fourth day of his visit to Scotland.
The BBC is considering whether to apply to the Court of Appeal over a ruling that it breached Sir Cliff Richard's privacy by covering a 2014 police raid on its home
Hunniford, who was sat behind Sir Cliff Richard in court during the BBC legal privacy battle, has told Eamonn Holmes and Saira Khan about the singer’s mood when he won
The singer has been awarded more than £200,000 in damages against the BBC over its coverage of a police search of his home.
The BBC's former China editor Carrie Gracie complained about the unequal pay between her and male colleagues at the BBC and has been remunerated for the difference
Peston makes major gaffe at Theresa May's headline Brexit speech
It is thought the presenter didn't know the cameras were still on when he said 'that was very good'
Employment lawyer Ronnie Fox says trying to make employers pay for past work could work against women
Huw Edwards, Jeremy Vine, John Humphrys and Jon Sopel have reportedly agreed to a pay cut
Graham also suggested he couldn't get away with the sort of language used on other radio stations
Grayling told the BBC that 'a significant part of the blame lies with Momentum and the Labour movement'
The dancer claimed victory alongside the Scottish actor in the final of the BBC show
The pair were announced as joint-winners of the BBC One show in a surprise twist
Theresa May faces a revolt unless MPs are given a meaningful vote on the final deal with the EU
Woody Johnson, the American ambassador to the UK, made the comments in an interview with BBC Radio 4
Crispin Blunt, the MP for Reigate and former chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the findings of a BBC investigation