The Duchess of Cambridge has described a new BBC resource aimed at developing children’s communication and language skills as “gold dust” for parents.
Comedians Romesh Ranganathan and Richard Ayoade are among the celebrity presenters who will be taking part virtually in this year’s digital only ceremony for the British Academy Television Craft Awards.
Actors could film kissing scenes once again following the publication of new safety rules.
Dame Esther Rantzen has said the BBC’s timing in ending the universal free TV licence for over-75s is “insensitive”.
More than 100 MPs and peers have united to demand the BBC protect its Politics Live programme from the axe as it looks to make savings following the Covid-19 shutdown.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has said he feels “let down” by the BBC over its decision to end the free TV licence for over-75s.
The universal, free TV licence for pensioners is coming to an end.
The end of the free TV licence for over-75s will feel like a “kick in the teeth” to pensioners, campaigners have said.
The BBC is pressing ahead with plans to axe the universal entitlement to a free TV licence for the over-75s.
The free TV licence for over-75s will be means-tested from August 1, the BBC has said.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has pressed the BBC to keep free TV licences for all over-75s, urging: “Auntie, come on, let’s be nice.”
Ministers have faced calls to fully reopen the UK’s television and film production companies amid moans about the number of repeats on the BBC.
The BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 have joined forces for the first time to broadcast a short film simultaneously across their major channels.
BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 have joined forces for the first time to broadcast a short film simultaneously across their major channels.
Owenna Griffiths has been appointed as the new editor of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
The BBC has been urged to rethink its plans to axe the investigative journalism programme Inside Out as part of wider cuts to its English TV and radio output.
Antiques Roadshow will return this summer but will be filmed on a closed set with a small invited audience, the BBC has said.
Test cricket coverage is returning to prime-time BBC schedules for the first time in more than 20 years and presenter Isa Guha is thrilled to be leading the charge.
The NHS could have to deliver its “biggest ever” flu immunisation programme this winter as it prepares for a second wave of coronavirus, its chief executive warned.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he would “run through a brick wall” for his players.
Three series of the raunchy period drama Harlots will air on BBC Two, it has been announced.
The BBC has announced a shake-up of regional TV news and local radio in England, leading to 450 job cuts.
The BBC has announced plans to cut around 450 jobs across England.
Pensioners rely on their free TV licence more than ever, a charity has warned, as the BBC prepares to announce when it will axe the universal entitlement.
Actress Shyko Amos has been eliminated from Celebrity MasterChef after failing to impress the judges.
EastEnders stalwart Jake Wood has said viewers will not notice any difference in the soap since it resumed filming with new measures in place.
BBC iPlayer set a new record for monthly viewing figures in May, the broadcaster has said.
May saw a record-breaking number of people use BBC iPlayer after 570 million viewers requested to watch programmes, the BBC has said.
New photos have shown the cast and crew of EastEnders returning to work with social distancing measures in place.
The BBC faces a “difficult decision” on whether there should be a further delay to the introduction of new TV licencing rules for the over-75s, according to the corporation’s outgoing director-general.