'Stupid, sensationalist, irresponsible' – but does documentary about cyclists have a point?
'Harry Potter' author's first adult book failed to impress critics, but that hasn't stopped the Beeb
Tabloid tales: R-Patz disses One Direction, Vampire on the loose in Serbia, Pippa Middleton is a 'sinner of the year'
New D-G Tony Hall will collect a pension on top of his salary: it’s a perk enjoyed by others at the BBC
Former DG George Entwistle received £45,000 to cover legal and PR costs on top of £450,000 pay-off
But new boss might be controversial for some older BBC staff, as he was close to the unpopular John Birt
Presenter will return to crisis-hit show this week; Lord McAlpine’s lawyers set to hit ITV hard
‘Best off in society have to contribute more – and that includes companies,’ says Business Secretary
A cap on salaries would save the clubs and make for better matches across the Premier League
Paper accuses 'liberal Establishment' of putting freedom of speech under threat
Those who defamed the Tory peer on social media should confess and settle, says McAlpine's solicitor
Despite clamour for inquiry into £450,000 package, BBC Trust would have to refer itself to Audit Office
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