BBC spends A 120,000 decorating two floors of new headquarters SIX...
Rare night out on the Royal tour: William enjoys a beer alongside a smiling Kate at Australian rugby game in Sydney 'She's dead.
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Lenny Henry calls for boycott of BBC licence fee unless the...
Lenny Henry calls for boycott of BBC licence fee unless the corporation diversifies and gets more black and ethnic people on television Lenny Henry wants the public to boycott the BBC licence fee unless the corporation puts more non-white faces on the screen.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Take the stairs, Paxo! Radio 1 chief hits back at Newsnight host...
Jeremy Paxman has been scolded by the boss of Radio 1 after claiming the station's music made travelling in BBC lifts 'hell'.
Mic Wright's Remotely Furious: Sod the Big Allotment Challenge, Bring on The Great British Moan Off
THE BBC seems intent on presenting Britain as a land of twee crafting-obsessed hobbyists whose interests differ only marginally from those of 1950s housewives and labourers making the most of their one day off before the moustachioed factory boss forces them to sever another figure in the lathe.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Sir David Frost and Alan Whicker were both broadcasting greats......
Whicker, who died aged 91 in July last year, is having one in the less-grand Grosvenor Chapel, Mayfair, next month - with no contribution from the BBC.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
March on Parliament, 21st June! Austerity is Theft
Following the immense anti-austerity protests in Paris and Madrid..... No More Austerity! Austerity is Theft! National Demo! Festival outside the BBC, then march on Parliament The multinationals, bankers and fat-cats are bleeding ordinary taxpayers dry.
Lens of the Day: Live On Air - The Beatles at the Beeb
As a child in England in the early sixties my upbringing had a soundtrack. At first it was the radio, which was always on.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
BBC celebrates 20 years of being online, here's how it's changed
It first launched the BBC Networking Club on the World Wide Web on 13 April 1994, which was a not-for-profit subscription website offering early social networking and bulletin board features alongside information about the Beeb itself.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Pulp's 'Common People' voted best Britpop anthem
In his BBC Radio 6 Music show tonight, Steve Lamacq announced that Pulp's 'Common People' has been voted for by listeners as '6 Music's Favourite Britpop Anthem'.
BBC chief Lord Hall promises to do more to celebrate women
Director General promises action after he was advised that 15 out of the 18 publicity images in the lobby of the BBC's A 1bn headquarters featured men Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Eddie Mair's ten-point plan to shake up the BBC
There has been no shortage of advice recently on the future of the BBC. What services it should cut, whether or not paying the TV licence should be a criminal offence and how the Corporation should be funded.
Education boss Michael Gove in 'selfie' pose with Tyneside kids
Two Tyneside teenagers persuaded Education Secretary Michael Gove to pose for a "selfie" with them at the end of an interview Two Tyneside teenagers persuaded Education Secretary Michael Gove to pose for a "selfie" with them at the end of an interview.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Miriam O'Reilly hits back at former BBC newsreader Michael...
Television personality Miriam O'Reilly has hit back at comments made by former BBC newsreader Michael Buerk, who claimed it was "fair enough" for TV bosses to axe older presenters.
Gallery: Students take to the airwaves on top BBC show
The thief went into the Carphone Warehouse shop on Friday around 11am singing "low cost phones" repeatedly before threatening staff and an elderly customer, grabbing eight phones and walking out of the store The fledgling club, which came into being after the demise of Hinckley United with crippling debts last October, now have a Step 5 facility ... (more)
Protect journalists call from city experts
Sheffield University academics called for greater safety and protection for journalists at a top conference held at the BBC's Broadcasting House.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Good journalism not safe, but vital
Nor should it be. Putting tough questions to those in power, or finding out what is really going on, instead of what vested interests say is going on, can be dangerous.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Alabaster Box makes Ghana proud on BBC
Ghana's award-winning and leading gospel acappella music quartet, Alabaster Box made a surprising appearance on the world-acclaimed BBC Focus on Africa on BBC World TV.
Sheffield MP Nick Clegg defends his stance after high-profile week
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Ukip leader Nigel Farage during their second televised debate at BBC Broadcasting House, London.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The deputy PM's eyes were pink - and golly, he was noisy: QUENTIN...
As another Clegg-Farage pillow fight ended here ringside, BBC referee David Dimbleby spoke for the nation.
PM baffled by Waitrose free tea row
David Cameron says he cannot see what all the fuss is about over Waitrose's policy of offering customers with a loyalty card free tea and coffee.