The row over the BBC Chairman’s relationship with former Prime Minister Boris Johnson has opened fresh questions about the level of political influence and independence at the broadcaster.
Despite being 25 years old, the Dixon-Coles model is still the gold standard of football prediction
In its third and concluding season, His Dark Materials grapples with ideas poorly suited to small screen adaptation – but comes out swinging.
The environmental awards gave cash to climate scientists, conservationists and inventors.
The BBC has underestimated the public response to local radio cuts, says an expert.
The disinformation age is changing what it means to produce fair or balanced reporting.
Despite their dangers, highly realistic deepfake images and videos are finding positive uses in the creative arts.
Doctor Who episodes missing from the BBC archives have been recovered from Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Africa.
How long does the licence fee have left?
The World Service is an important tool of British soft power, which is why it is important it is kept safe from political interference.
The official historian of the BBC mounts a passionate defence of Britain’s public broadcaster.
The BBC would be taking a huge risk if it abandons radio news, when so many worldwide listeners depend on it.
The inevitable consequence of a criminal justice system in crisis is people being wrongfully convicted. The media has a crucial role to play in monitoring the law.
Scotland needs to facilitate referendum debate which doesn’t rely on misinformation, half-truths and personality-led rhetoric fed by a toxic social media environment.
Media houses fined recently by Nigeria’s Broadcasting Commission for documentaries on terrorism should approach the courts for redress.
Anne Lister’s various exchanges were coded in her diary with a mixture of words and symbols.
Lessons from putting the broadcaster’s other youth channel, BBC Three, online don’t seem to have been learnt
How perceptions of adultery in British society have changed might surprise you.
Tan France, of Queer Eye fame, delves into the skin-shade prejudice he experienced as a child in England and the colonial history at its roots.
In focusing on Savile as an individual, this investigation downplays the role Britain’s major institutions played in producing his celebrity icon mask.