John Humphrys has said the BBC failed to understand the UK public and the vote for Brexit.
Sir Paul McCartney has said the Brexit referendum was “probably a mistake” and admitted he did not vote in the poll.
Match Of The Day presenter Gary Lineker has confirmed he is in “negotiations” with the BBC amid reports he has volunteered to take a pay cut.
An 81-year-old woman who fought off a pregnant mugger has said her attacker “picked the wrong one”.
The BBC plans to stage a nationwide roll-out of a new scheme promoting the UK’s up-and-coming storytellers, poets and writers.
The BBC has apologised for failing to warn the Duke of Sussex that it would be broadcasting and publishing online an image of him in which he was branded “a race traitor”, which was shared on a neo-Nazi social media group.
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2019: State-of-the-art venue and Aberdeen’s sporting heritage crucial in decision to bring awards to P&J Live
BBC chiefs say the facilities at the new P&J Live and Aberdeen’s sporting heritage convinced them to bring Sports Personality of the Year to the city.
BBC presenter Eilidh Barbour believes it has been a great year for British sport.
Gary Lineker has ruled out a career in politics, describing it as “such a boring job”.
The BBC has announced that its highly anticipated adaption of author Sir Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials will air on BBC One on November 3.
Top Gear host Andrew Flintoff said he is “absolutely fine” after being involved in an incident on the same track where Richard Hammond had a near-fatal accident.
BBC Parliament has drawn a record audience of 2.6 million adults over the last week.
Strictly Come Dancing’s series launch is fast approaching.
The BBC has been accused of putting a “gun to the head” of independent production companies, by implementing a new rule for its BritBox service.
Sir Cliff Richard has agreed a final settlement with the BBC and will receive around £2 million towards his legal costs.
The BBC has sparked criticism over its decision to switch off its iPlayer Radio app and replace it with BBC Sounds.
The BBC’s iPlayer Radio app will be switched off within weeks, the broadcaster has announced as it focuses on “growing” BBC Sounds.
Chris O’Dowd revealed he and Rosamund Pike rehearsed their upcoming BBC comedy in the pub over a glass of wine.
Strictly Come Dancing’s class of 2019 have posed for their first official pictures.
A new archive of BBC interviews and documents has revealed the corporation’s role in secret activities during the Second World War, including sending coded messages to help European resistance fighters.
Boris Johnson has been urged to take action on TV licences for over-75s after the Prime Minister called on the BBC to “cough up” and fund the axed, universal entitlement.
EastEnders boss Kate Oates has said she is looking forward to the day a same-sex kiss on a soap does not receive a single complaint from viewers.
A controversial joke about throwing battery acid at politicians “went beyond what was appropriate” for a Radio 4 comedy show but did not incite violence, the BBC has ruled.
Andrew Neil is to front a new political programme on BBC Two after stepping down from hosting his long-running politics show This Week earlier this year.
Television presenter and military veteran JJ Chalmers can today be revealed as the host of Aberdeen’s Sports Awards.
Martin Compston and Sophie Rundle will star in new BBC drama The Nest.
The BBC is developing its own Alexa-style digital voice assistant for next year, capable of understanding regional accents.
Ron Perlman has told of his surprise at the prominence of CCTV cameras in London after working on a new BBC surveillance conspiracy thriller.
The BBC should “cough up” and fund free TV licences for all over-75s, Boris Johnson said.
Sharon Osbourne uncovered a string of family tragedies while researching her ancestry on Who Do You Think You Are?