Sir David Attenborough has warned that “the moment of crisis has come” and “life-or-death decisions” must be made to tackle climate change.
The Football Association is in discussions with the BBC and BT Sport about how to broadcast any FA Cup match which falls outside of the Saturday 3pm blackout period.
Having been in Silent Witness since series eight, Emilia Fox could be excused for not having the same passion for the job as she once did.
For many of us, the start of a New Year provides the perfect opportunity to reassess our dreams and goals, to turn the page on a new chapter. And this year will be even more significant as, with the strike of midnight, we said goodbye to 2019 and hello to a new decade.
Have passport, will travel: Scots presenter Jennifer Reoch on packing her bags for TV job of her dreams
Relaxing in a bath of wine is not, in fairness, a routine day at the office for Jennifer Reoch. Not yet, anyway.
Doctor Who newcomer Sacha Dhawan has told of his pride at being the first British Indian actor to portray the Master in the sci-fi series.
If you happened to be first-footing Amy Irons’ granny and grandpa’s ex-council house in Stirling around 20 years ago, you’d likely have found her doing one of two things.
Putting a presenter on a flight to Sweden to meet climate activist Greta Thunberg “felt awkward”, the editor of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme has admitted.
Ainsley Harriott has said he knows how proud his mother would have been at the news he has been recognised in the New Year Honours list.
Boris Johnson sidestepped accusations from European leaders that he is on course to deliver a “harder Brexit” after his thumping General Election win.
The second series of Killing Eve has been the biggest show of the year so far on BBC iPlayer.