Andrew Ridgeley has promised to play songs by Wham! when he reveals his favourite tunes from the 1980s, as he makes his radio presenting debut next month.
The first series of Trust Me had the chilling premise of deadly secrets in a Scots hospital and Ashley Jensen got the chills for real making the second.
Reporting Scotland stalwart Jackie Bird presented her final bulletin last night after thirty years as the main face of the news programme.
Tourism bosses in Cornwall are calling on the BBC to warn the public their TV weather broadcasts are predictions, rather than accurate forecasts.
The BBC has to “rebuild trust” following the “misery” caused to TV and radio presenters over its use of personal service companies, MPs have said.
Westminster has been used to a bit of turbulence over the past few weeks as Brexit negotiations go down to the wire.
BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen has revealed he is suffering from bowel cancer but is staying positive.
BBC political show Question Time has been criticised for airing a debate over whether it is “morally right” to teach children about LGBTQ+ “issues”.
Strictly Come Dancing is becoming a year-round phenomenon.
The BBC has agreed to pay “substantial” damages to the president of Ukraine over false allegations that he procured or authorised a corrupt payment to arrange talks with Donald Trump.
The impact of Blue Planet II has been astonishing.