Long-time EastEnders character Dr Harold Legg has died in a topical and “beautiful” scene which has moved fans.
A short animated virtual reality film of Doctor Who is being produced by the BBC to allow fans of the long-running sci-fi series to experience life on the Tardis from a different perspective.
The BBC has refused to offer abortion advice because the issue is too “contentious” and treated it as a political matter, a health charity has claimed.
BBC journalists have written to the broadcaster’s director-general to oppose the decision to shorten News At Ten.
Theresa May has pressed the BBC to fund free TV licences for over-75s, amid calls for the Government to retake control of the scheme.
A Very English Scandal co-stars Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw will compete for the prize of best actor at this year’s Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.
A BBC boss has called on the White House to review its security arrangements after a BBC cameraman was attacked during a speech by Donald Trump.
Presenter Chris Harris has said that Top Gear is welcome escapism from Brexit and a relief from dour media.
The BBC’s late evening national and local news and weather will be shortened from 45 minutes to 35 minutes, the corporation has announced.
Hit TV series Blue Planet is getting a new spin-off, focusing on the seas around Britain.
A raft of new natural history shows have been revealed by the BBC, including a programme capturing the animal “dating scene”.
More than 1,300 people signed up to the organ donor register following an episode of BBC Two documentary Hospital.
More than two million over-75s would have to go without television or cut back on essentials such as heating or eating if free TV licences are scrapped, a charity has warned.
Chris Evans grew his audience at BBC Radio 2 by nearly 250,000 listeners just before his departure from the station, new research shows.
The writer behind acclaimed BBC drama Keeping Faith has said that with each of his projects he tries to “break the taboo around mental health”.
John Humphrys’ name has become synonymous with the BBC over a 50-year career at the broadcaster.
John Humphrys quipped that leaving the Today programme “will make other people happier” as he hosted the flagship show following news that he plans to leave.
John Humphrys plans to quit the Today programme this year after 32 years fronting the early-morning broadcast.
The pay packets of top BBC stars will be published in more detail this summer.
Scrapping free TV licences for the over 75s would increase pensioner poverty, former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned.
Keeping Faith star Eve Myles has been honoured by the BBC for her work on a radio drama exploring the emotional and physical challenges of late-pregnancy termination.
Fans of The Greatest Dancer were left shivering outside in the cold after the live show was overbooked.
The Voice provided a triumph for ITV over the BBC as it won the ratings battle with The Greatest Dancer.
Cheryl takes the lead in a group dance as the acts of The Greatest Dancer prepare for the competition’s first live show.
The cost of the BBC licence fee is set to rise by £4 to £154.50.
Bodyguard edged out Killing Eve to become iPlayer’s biggest show of 2018 and the streaming service’s most-watched programme ever.
Alastair Campbell will speak about his lifelong battle with debilitating depression and his hope for a “happier life” in a new BBC documentary.
The BBC’s award-winning drama A Very English Scandal is to spawn a series of spin-off anthologies with the initial focusing on the first woman to be publicly “slut shamed”.
A “simple human error” by BBC producers made it appear as if Theresa May was travelling to Brussels in a fleet of Second World War bombers to reopen negotiations with the EU.
An MP has suggested the BBC could have flown a plane into Albert Square to save money on an EastEnders set rebuild estimated to cost around £86 million.