Gearing up for relaunch.
We all need the BBC's new version of Top Gear not to stall.
The latest research shows that people are deserting TV for digital media. This is especially true of broadcast news.
Smile: you’re on camera.
TV cameras will be coming to a court near you.
The ‘Iron Lady’ faces off with the BBC during her prime ministership.
The public broadcaster's guidelines set out the need for impartiality, but some of its presenters appear not to have seen them.
Hero of the hour: BBC London talkback host, Simon Lederman.
Media should confront hate speech, not merely censor it.
Savile in 1998.
The report into Savile BBC abuse points to disturbing echoes in how the media has covered what happened.
Forthcoming details from Janet Smith report have drawn predictable outrage but there's also a hidden agenda at play.
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Shows such as Strictly Come Dancing and Bake Off bring in hundreds of millions and spread British cultural influence to the world.
Boxer Tyson Fury is far from a champion when it comes to is attitudes towards gender and sexuality.
The boxer's recent remarks represent everything that is wrong with attitudes towards gender and sexuality in professional sport.
Dam useful: what have beavers done for you lately?
Listing the value of bees, beavers and others on the pages of the world's financial press helps to show that ecosystems deliver benefits worth staggering amounts of money - yet we scarcely keep track of it.
As communications minister, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull stated that real innovation in digital media was within the ABC’s charter.
Former prime ministers Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott have in common highly negative views about the media, according to ABC journalist Sarah Ferguson.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) hate the BBC, which may sound harsh but makes sense when you think about it. The BBC – the British Broadcasting Corporation – is the ultimate symbol of Union, the cultural…
‘Stand by for lift-off’
Doctor Who Spoilers
Big heritage shows facing the tyranny of diehard fans can end up taking no risks. The story of how the 12th Doctor's screen credits came about is an object lesson in how to turn this around.
Chris Packham: defends badgers, irritates lobbyists.
The BBC presenter has annoyed some charities, but he's a well-informed insider with some good points to make.
We thought the phone hacking scandal would chasten News Corp. We were wrong.
Straight down the line: one of the BBC’s values.
The BBC has called for a national debate on what it is for. The public needs to speak and the politicians need to listen.
If the commercial media has its way the BBC will end up cash-strapped and shackled by regulation.
I’ve been teaching students in Hong Kong about the relationship between politics and the media, and wanted to illustrate the sometimes problematic relationship between media and power. So I showed them…
The first minister of Scotland addressing the Edinburgh TV festival .
The Scottish first minister's speech may have been strong on vision, but there were no signs of innovative thinking on how new Scottish services would be funded at a time of BBC cutbacks.
Testing times for broadcasters in transition.
A fractured broadcasting industry is destroying the business model for the giants. There are winners in the wings though, and the BBC could yet be one of them.