7 hrs ago
Live Design Online
S+H Is Full of Variety
Devon, UK based drapes, starcloth, LED and visual effects specialist S+H Technical has supplied products to several high profile TV shows in recent weeks, including the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing special at the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool, The Royal Variety Performance at The London Palladium and the record-breaking 2013 BBC Children In Need ... (more)
11 hrs ago
Guy Fawkes' blog
Tory MP Rob Wilson Slams Patten Statement"A Cynically-Timed"...
The BBC Trust's statement is a cynically-timed attempt to kill a growing story and cover Lord Patten's back.
13 hrs ago
BBC appoints former Sony boss as embarks on management revamp
After a year of turbulence, the BBC unveiled plans for a management shake-up on Wednesday to help restore confidence in Britain's publicly funded broadcaster, starting with the appointment of ex-Sony CEO and CBS president Howard Stringer.
15 hrs ago
Guy Fawkes' blog
Exclusive: The Tape Lord Patten Does Not Want You to Hear
Lord Patten yesterday threatened legal action against anyone publishing this audio recording.
20 hrs ago
A year in a night
Ending on a high note: Little Bear are one of the bands helping draw UK City of Culture 2013 year to a close Londonderry's UK City of Culture 2013 will end on a sweeping high note in December with a celebration of the best of Derry's musical talent.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Real Deal
New York Times CEO buys "dilapidated castle" on UWS
It's all the views that's fit to print. Or perhaps that's what New York Times Company honcho Mark Thompson thought when he shelled out $3.4 million for a ninth-floor pad on the Upper West Side, according to property records filed with the city today.
New York Times Still A Compelling Ad Platform for Studios, CEO Says
Former BBC boss Mark Thompson at an investor conference also discusses the paper's video strategy and recent challenges in China.
See Gary Barlow
Following the announcement of the details of his first studio album in 14 years 'Since I Saw You Last', Gary Barlow confirmed that he will be embarking on a full solo tour in April 2014.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Guy Fawkes' blog
Time Running Out for Patten to Save Face
Pompous part time BBC Trust Chairman is having a terrible Monday morning. As Guido reported in yesterday's Sun , the chairman of Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee has weighed into the growing Pollard Review shambles .
Sun Dec 08, 2013
From refugee to war reporter: Yalda Hakim fled Afghanistan as a baby...
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Sat Dec 07, 2013
No Rock&Roll Fun
Gary Barlow day is ruined
The BBC - presumably sensing it was sailing towards a rerun of the U2 at the BBC disaster - has suddenly got cold feet over Gary Barlow Day .
Thu Dec 05, 2013
James Harding's right: the BBC must do some 'accountability...
It is not yet clear why key evidence about ex-BBC Director General Mark Thompson was excluded from Nick Pollard's A 3 million review of the BBC's handling of the Savile affair.
Twenty Twelve moves on to the BBC
The BBC has turned its satirical sights on itself and commissioned a follow-up to hit Olympic comedy Twenty Twelve set in Broadcasting House.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
We don't punch our weight in current affairs, says BBC boss: Director ...
In his first speech James Harding called for a focus on investigative reporting, 'story-getting' and improving the diversity of its presenters Former Times editor said handling of the Savile and McAlpine scandals should not cause BBC to shy away from tackling difficult issues He questioned whether the 'best news organisation in the world' is good ... (more)
BBC 'determined to address diversity'
"We are going to have to be very determined to address diversity on air and, equally, off it," he told staff at New Broadcasting House in London.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Guy Fawkes' blog
Patten of Cover Ups at BBC
As Guido revealed in yesterday's Sun column , part-time BBC Trust Chairman Lord Patten is involved in a cover-up of a cover-up.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
'Normally I wouldn't plan an evening out after a 10-day trip but this was too important to miss' Journeys down memory lane are rarely predictable.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
LITTLEJOHN: And over on BBC... another 1bn wasted
The BBC's new director-general Tony Hall says the Corporation should be more aggressive and 'less British' in promoting itself and justifying the licence fee: 'We need to make use of our own airwaves to make the point that what we have to offer only costs 40p a day.
BBC Scotland launches new art project to draw on creative potential of BBC Archive
Footage from the BBC's archive of news and programmes is to live again for a modern age in new artistic endeavour.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Google BBC View: Virtual tour of television centre and Doctor Who being filmed
The iconic Television Centre was home to the BBC for more than 50 years before it was sold and subsequently closed in March.