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The Queen photobombs a selfie at the Commonwealth Games
First she photobombs unsuspecting BBC newsreaders Julian Worricker and Sophie Long while visiting New Broadcasting House in June 2013.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Lincolnshire Celebrity Farmer Wink takes first trip to London and first train journey at age 64
Today is a day to remember for Lincolnshire's own 'Farmer Wink', as he makes a first-ever rail journey for a capital day out by train.
Forget Buckingham Palace, visit the BBC
The other morning I arrived at work a little too early my BBC helicopter had made excellent progress and decided to sit outside for a few minutes, enjoying what I believe they call the piazza outside New Broadcasting House.
BBC explains iPlayer outage
Richard Cooper, the BBC's Controller of Digital Distribution for BBC Future Media, has posted a blog explaining the background to the serious incident over the weekend which impacted BBC iPlayer, BBC iPlayer Radio, and audio and video playback on other parts of bbc.co.uk, which also forced the Corporation to use its emergency homepage for prolonged ... (more)
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Star David is over the moon after photo contest win
The 15-year-old's picture was selected by BBC expert Mark Thompson - one of the presenters from Stargazing Live.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
BBC Restructuring Costs: A 287,000 For Every Net Job Lost
The BBC Trust, the supervisory body which governs the BBC, expressed some unusually strong language in the corporation's annual report this morning.
TV licence payers have taken to Twitter to vent their anger after the BBC's website was dogged with technical issues over the weekend.
'British Bulls**t Corporation': Protest in Belfast accuses BBC of 'biased' Gaza coverage
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the BBC Broadcasting House in Belfast, expressing their concerns over what they see as "biased" reporting by the BBC on the current Israeli military offensive in Gaza.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Why does the BBC waste your money on so many weather forecasters?...
Why does the BBC waste your money on so many weather forecasters? One forecast last week - and a dozen different faces across the country Am I the only person to find it immensely irritating that every evening at the end of the News At Ten on BBC1, there are two - yes, two - weather forecasts straight after each other? First, viewers in each of the ... (more)
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Bassetlaw: John Mann MP hails the success of 2014 summer school
The event, which is now in its eighth year, sees 40 students from Bassetlaw travel to London for a week.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Killer's Jamaica deportation blocked
The High Court has blocked the deportation of a killer, saying he had suffered discrimination because he was an illegitimate child of a British man.
Nurse jailed over parking row death
Christine McHugh, 33, was hit by a car driven by Ophelia Okai-Koi, 52, following a row over parking outside a pub in Barnet, north London.
100k Children in Need boost for disadvantaged youngsters in Poole
More than A 100,000 has been given to projects and charities in Poole supporting disadvantaged children and young people by BBC Children in Need.
BBC Bosses Apologise For Doctor Who Leak
Bosses at the BBC have apologised for the leak of Peter Capaldi's debut as Doctor Who, branding the incident a "damaging mistake".
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Media's misdirected blame game
On Monday night, Israel formally accepted the Egyptian proposed ceasefire calling for an end to "all hostilities" between Hamas and Israel from the following morning.
Finding the quirky moments in Ulster and Scots history
In a new four-part series for BBC Radio Ulster, comedian Tim McGarry joins Orangeman and historian Dr David Hume to look at a range of fascinating historical incidents and people.
BBC News to cut 400 jobs in austerity drive
The BBC said on Thursday it will cut 415 jobs from its news department in the latest cost-cutting measures by the world's largest public broadcaster.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Talk To The Animals and The Mimic: Review of last night's TV
They're the bane of every actor and the torment of cinema-goers worldwide. One mobile phone can wreck the show for an entire audience, whether it's opera at Glyndebourne or just the school play.
BBC Defends Coverage of Israeli Air Strikes
A pro-Palestinian group staged a protest outside the BBC's London headquarters and an online petition accusing the public broadcaster of pro-Israeli bias has received 45,000 signatures.