The Beechgrove Garden’s Jim McColl is bowing out after more than four decades with the popular show.
Rylan Clark-Neal has said it is “a dream” to be joining Zoe Ball as a co-host on Strictly Come Dancing’s It Takes Two when it returns later this year.
BBC children’s TV star Mya-Lecia Naylor has died aged 16.
Game Of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel and I’m A Celebrity’s Emily Atack are among those to have paid tribute following the death of BBC child actress Mya-Lecia Naylor.
Jason Manford will star in upcoming BBC comedy series Scarborough.
A north-east charity has been awarded a five-figure sum thanks to Children in Need.
All Together Now’s winner has said it would be “amazing” if host Geri Horner could give her away – as she plans to spend the £50,000 prize money on getting married.
Jake Wood has recalled how his wife narrowly escaped being eaten by an alligator during a family holiday to Florida in 2014.
Jackie Bird, one of Scotland’s best-known broadcasters, has presented her final news bulletin for the BBC.
A venture to develop a British Comedy Foundation – to endorse the genre and find the next Fleabag or Monty Python – is being launched by the BBC’s comedy controller Shane Allen.
Drake is to co-host his first show on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra.
Tourism bosses in Cornwall are calling on the BBC to warn the public their TV weather broadcasts are predictions, rather than accurate forecasts.
Fawlty Towers has been named as the greatest British sitcom of all time, with credit going to a “six–foot-five comic genius”.
Hit drama Killing Eve has been renewed for a third series.
The BBC has acquired rights to a Nick Hornby short-form comedy series starring Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd.
Race Across The World winners Tony and Elaine Teasdale have said the British could take lessons from the people they met on their travels – who all felt a deep pride for their country.
A lack of infrastructure for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles is a major barrier for those considering a swap from petrol or diesel, according to new research.
Fiona Bruce has said that a BBC boss once suggested that she did not need a pay rise because she could rely on her boyfriend.
BBC weather presenter Matt Taylor swerved injury when he stopped a piece of heavy equipment falling on him during a live broadcast.
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.
BBC News staff have been reminded not to share their personal views on social media, and told those who breach the rules will face “appropriate action”.
The BBC is looking to enhance its coverage of film with two new cinematic commissions.
The BBC has the smallest gender pay gap among the UK’s main broadcasters, figures show.
A former EastEnders producer who commissioned hit BBC shows including Shameless, Life On Mars and The Street will head up a revived academy for up-and-coming scriptwriters.
The BBC is launching an experimental podcast and radio play starring Pearl Mackie in an all-female cast.
The BBC has announced a feature-length film exploring the life of Nobel Prize-winning poet Seamus Heaney.
Keeley Hawes has said there is no escape from hit series Bodyguard, even when filming overseas.
The BBC is looking to “change the world” with a £300 million deal to form a “natural history Netflix”.
The BBC has announced a £173 million takeover of UKTV channels from Discovery as part of the “largest ever” deal in the broadcaster’s history.
Line Of Duty has become the biggest TV show of 2019 with more than 7 million people tuning in to watch the police drama, according to the BBC.