Here is the full text of the Queen’s broadcast:
A group of major UK broadcasters have written to the Culture Secretary calling for television industry freelancers to be made eligible for Government support during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Stig can be seen zooming around the garden on a lawn mower instead of the Top Gear racing track in a new video encouraging people to stay at home.
The BBC has unveiled plans to support the education of “every child in the UK” and provide “rhythm and routine” for their frazzled parents.
Filming on The Apprentice has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A consultation on decriminalising licence fee evasion has closed after receiving more than 100,000 responses.
The series producer behind See Hear, BBC Two’s monthly show for deaf people, has delivered its latest edition despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
The BBC has unveiled a programme of classical music as part of its “virtual festival of the arts” amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Decriminalising licence fee evasion and switching to a civil system would cost the BBC more than £1 billion over the five-year remainder of the Charter period and would lead to significant cuts to programmes and services, the corporation has said.
Sian Webber will make a dramatic return to EastEnders when she reprises the role of lawyer Ritchie Scott next week.
Five radio stations across the BBC network will come together for a live singalong to “lift the nation’s spirits” as people remain at home “in these challenging times”.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted sport across the globe, leaving broadcasters with plenty of empty space to fill in their schedules.
The BBC has committed to donating £700,000 to the Film and TV Charity to assist those affected by the hiatus in filming and production caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.
Media and tech giants have pledged to work together to tackle harmful coronavirus disinformation.
The BBC will use clips from hit shows including The Thick Of It and I’m Alan Partridge to encourage people to stay at home during the coronavirus crisis.
The BBC’s director of news has warned viewers that things will “look and sound a bit different” while the corporation adapts to the coronavirus pandemic.
Mr Motivator and Angela Rippon have signed up for a BBC One show to lift people’s spirits during the coronavirus pandemic.
Public service broadcasters have written to the Chancellor requesting support for freelancers working in the media industry.
BBC Radio One will make daytime shows longer to ensure fewer presenters are required in the studio throughout the course of a day during the coronavirus pandemic.
The BBC has announced a “virtual festival of the arts” that aims to give people access to culture while they isolate themselves in their own homes during the coronavirus lockdown.
The BBC is suspending plans to cut jobs in BBC News because of the demands of covering the coronavirus pandemic.
The BBC has pledged to “keep the country entertained during these testing times” with a raft of programming including replacements for Glastonbury Festival and the Eurovision Song Contest.
BBC Radio 4 will broadcast five episodes of The Archers each week, instead of the usual six, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted sport across the globe, but there has been a limited amount of live action shown on TV today while other channels have provided fans with some solace by broadcasting classics.
Match of the Day’s enforced shift from weekly highlights leaves Manchester City with top billing for the season so far.
Some BBC radio stations are set to join their European counterparts in simultaneously playing the song You’ll Never Walk Alone as a show of unity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
BBC director-general Lord Hall has not ruled out a further delay to the end of the free TV licence for over-75s.
The boss of a leading UK music charity has said he is concerned some up-and-coming artists will not have careers by next year, due to the cancellation of festivals such as Glastonbury.
Filming of EastEnders and top BBC dramas has been halted amid the Coronavirus outbreak – as plans for “virtual Church services” and older-age exercise routines were unveiled by the broadcaster.
The cancellation of Glastonbury 2020 is a “bitter blow”, the acting boss of UK Music has said.