The BBC has announced plans to scale back some of its news services as it focuses on “core” output amid the coronavirus outbreak.
BBC presenter George Alagiah has said he is “absolutely gutted” but has decided to “stay away from the newsroom” amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
George Alagiah said he has made the “difficult decision” to withdraw from the BBC’s newsroom amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jeremy Vine has said his studio audience was not present for his live show to help people minimise contact with each other.
Filming in the north-east for a hit BBC series has been postponed.
The end of the free TV licence for all over-75s has been delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The universal free TV licence for over-75s will end on August 1 instead of June 1 because of the coronavirus outbreak, the BBC has announced.
Veteran actress Miriam Margolyes has criticised the “cruel” and “heartless” end of the free TV licence for over-75s, and accused Boris Johnson of a “dereliction of duty” on the issue.
The BBC's long-running quiz show Mastermind is on the hunt for Aberdeen residents to participate in a new series of the show.
Part of a popular TV series is set to be filmed in a north-east town.
The Jeremy Vine Show will be filmed without a live studio audience from next week as “a precautionary measure”.
Dame Judi Dench said she has not yet watched Cats, and has ignored the withering critical response to the film.
BBC boss Lord Hall has admitted it is “conceivable” that 90-year-olds could end-up in court for non-payment of the licence fee but we “absolutely don’t want” that.
Baroness Floella Benjamin spoke of “overwhelming joy” and her admiration for the Prince of Wales as she collected her damehood at Buckingham Palace.
The celebrity version of BBC series Race Across The World has been postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak.
BBC boss Lord Hall said the broadcaster’s priority is to keep “our services going” if it is hit by coronavirus.
Baroness Floella Benjamin is to collect her damehood at Buckingham Palace on Thursday.
BBC chief Lord Hall will be quizzed by MPs hours after the deadline to apply for the role of his successor closed.
TV star Robert Rinder has said he cried for the first time in “probably a decade” while taking part in the Sport Relief challenge in the Namib Desert.
Protesters gathered at New Broadcasting House to “push back” against the possible end of the BBC licence fee.
The winners of The Greatest Dancer have revealed they were back in the studio rehearsing the morning after their victory.
Miriam Margolyes and Tony Robinson were among a group of actors who handed a letter in to Downing Street calling for “support for the creative industries”.
Kevin Clifton has announced he is leaving Strictly Come Dancing, saying “the time has come to move on and focus on other areas of my life and career”.
BBC boss Lord Hall has said he believes the licence fee is here to stay – even if the broadcaster is no longer the nation’s “Auntie”.
The BBC needs to avoid providing a “narrow urban outlook” and make sure it has “genuine diversity of thought and experience”, ministers are expected to say.
The BBC enjoyed a successful night at the Audio & Radio Industry Awards (Arias), with 17 out of 23 gongs going to the broadcaster’s programmes and presenters.
Jeremy Vine has said the BBC is currently facing its “hardest time” of the 33 years he has worked for the corporation.
Senior BBC executives have been called to Parliament to answer questions about proposed cuts at the corporation, as well as planned changes to the licence fee.
Fiona Bruce has said she was briefed about actor Laurence Fox ahead of his controversial appearance on Question Time.
Fearsome enemy the Daleks will return in a Doctor Who festive special, BBC bosses have announced.