Actor Laurence Fox has described criticism of his appearance on Question Time as “water off a duck’s back” after he argued with an audience member over the Duchess of Sussex.
Rio Ferdinand and Kate Wright have allowed cameras into their lives to reveal the dilemmas around becoming a step-family for a new documentary.
Broadcaster Zoe Ball has launched the BBC’s short-story writing competition for children, announcing the final this year will take place at Buckingham Palace.
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 BBC is planning to introduce a host of new programmes exploring the impact of climate change.
A BBC presenter diagnosed with incurable bowel cancer three years ago has said she is free of the disease.
Jenna Coleman looks unrecognisable in first-look pictures from new crime drama The Serpent.
Producers of a television show are looking for north-east families to take part in its new BBC series.
The BBC’s director-general has warned that plans to base two-thirds of the broadcaster’s staff outside London will be “hugely disruptive” but could offer “enormous creative opportunities”.
Foul-mouthed chef Gordon Ramsay will put potential food and drink entrepreneurs “through hell” in a new BBC show.
Broadcaster John Simpson has accused the Government of “limbering up” for a “major attack” on the BBC.
Jason Manford has said he was disappointed that his TV series Scarborough was not renewed as he thought it served an often forgotten demographic.
At least two thirds of BBC staff could eventually be based outside of London, director-general Tony Hall has said.
The employment tribunal judgment made against the BBC is likely to have “wider ramifications” for the industry, an employment lawyer has said.
Broadcaster Samira Ahmed has won her sex discrimination equal pay claim against the BBC, with the corporation facing dozens more cases.
Samira Ahmed has been praised by Carrie Gracie and others at the BBC for having the courage to go up against the corporation in an equal pay dispute.
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.
Lorraine Kelly says she is underestimated, but that this has helped her succeed.
Dracula and Doctor Who helped iPlayer achieve its busiest 24 hours ever, the BBC said.
The BBC’s newly-appointed director of creative diversity has warned that the corporation will only remain “the broadcaster of choice” by “cultivating inclusion”.
New ITV programme The Masked Singer won the ratings battle against BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer, pulling in over two million more viewers on Saturday night.
Rupert Everett has admitted that living with his Brexiteer mother has created “a certain amount of friction” at home.
Oti Mabuse has said she feels no pressure to win The Greatest Dancer again despite being the show’s reigning champion.
Graziano Di Prima has brushed off criticism of his same-sex dance on Strictly Come Dancing, saying his detractors are “silly” and will change their minds.
Not since the days of Only Fools And Horses has a Christmas Day ratings chart-topper pulled in as many viewers as Gavin And Stacey.
The director-general of the BBC has revealed the iPlayer had its most watched Christmas week yet.
The Gavin and Stacey Christmas special has become the biggest scripted programme of the decade as more than a quarter of the UK’s population has now watched it.
Jodie Whittaker reprises her role as the Time Lord for a second series when Doctor Who returns today.
BBC Radio 4 has announced a raft of “solution-finding” programmes for the new year.
The 2010s will be remembered as the decade of the streaming wars, as television and film watching habits were altered forever.