Robbie Coltrane as Paul Finchley.
New television series chillingly echoes the Jimmy Savile case – and how the public reacted.
Was she pushed? Outgoing chair of the BBC, Rona Fairhead.
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The ousting of BBC chair, Rona Fairhead, is a worrying sign of a government power grab over the public broadcaster.
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What's happened to Bake Off epitomises the state of British television – it remains obsessed with formulae and beholden to ratings.
Poldark's historical consultant on how she mulled over questions such as what an 18th century Cornish bank might look like and whether women would get drunk in taverns.
The literary hero represents a sea change in the region's history.
Anjem Choudary: a man the press love to hate.
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The press is giving audiences the wrong idea about Britain's Muslims when it courts with extremists.
The Man in the Black Cravat, now by Lucian Freud.
How expert opinion can out-trump the artist's own word.
Not enough air time given to concerns of Labour voters.
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BBC editorial decisions cast Labour voters as onlookers in the referendum campaign.
Television is a 20th century medium that must change to survive in the 21st century.
The party was over before it started for Louis Van Gaal.
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The sacking of Manchester United's Louis van Gaal shows football really is a funny game. But was anyone else to blame?
Top Gear back on track?
The BBC hopes that keeping much of the Top Gear recipe will appeal to viewers' tastes.
Top Gear re-born.
The BBC favourite returns with new bodywork. But will the ride on the wild side continue?
We who love and cherish the BBC, even from afar – and I am unashamedly one of them – have been awaiting with some anxiety the UK government’s white paper on the future of the corporation. The culture secretary…
More than 11,000 recipes will go in the bin as the BBC drops it’s much-loved Food site.
The national broadcaster's decision to close its food website is a direct result of political pressure.
If you want to safeguard the licence fee and shore up public-service content, time to introduce democracy to the BBC.
Under a new direction, the BBC can be an engine of growth for the competition, not just a rival.
Both the outrage and relief prompted by the BBC White Paper miss the time bomb that will ultimately determine the Corporation’s future.
Eurovision wants to protect its 'non-political nature'. But can it?
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.