Former Today editor says BBC needs decent journalists to run the show instead of 'grey legions'
I'm the man for the job, says Question Time host – but many would like to see an outsider brought in
Head of news and her deputy step aside as acting DG Tim Davie attempts to deal with firestorm at the BBC
Is the BBC too big to be manageable? Channel 4's output is just as highly rated and it is more adept at avoiding pitfalls
Newsnight item was cleared at ‘every damned level’ and yet still made a horrendous error, says chairman
BBC boss goes after a ‘disastrous’ interview in which he again showed a lack of curiosity in a fiasco enveloping Newsnight
Former detective says disgraced presenter was called in for questioning over killings 30 years ago
Children without nationality are denied access to social housing - and some are forced into prostitution
Screenwriter Julian Fellowes says it would be 'rather nice to open it up ethnically a bit'
Celebrities take to Twitter to slam the BBC for its 'flabbergasting' decision to axe Treehouse show
Test Match Special agrees deal to cover England series, but row erupts with rival broadcaster
Savile was handed keys to nurses' accommodation, claims fellow porter at Leeds General Infirmary
Second columnist in a week questions suitability of former BBC DG to become New York Times CEO
Former chairman of the BBC charity says he refused to have anything to do with Savile
Questions raised over how much former BBC boss knew, but his new employer the New York Times has already cleared him
'Bombastic' betting analyst, a face of TV racing for 30 years, is dropped from C4’s new coverage
Tom Watson MP demands police investigate claims. Do they refer to Mrs Thatcher's one-time PPS?
Sir Roger Gale, an ex-BBC man, questions Patten's wisdom in picking fight with Culture Secretary
New York Times ombudsman asks: 'Is he the right person for the job given this turn of events?'
Voters may not be crazy about Ed, but swing would give Labour an outright majority in a general election