Paloma Faith, James Acaster and Zoe Ball feature across the BBC’s Christmas slate of radio and podcasts.
EastEnders is set to resume filming by the end of June, a BBC boss has said.
BBC entertainment boss Kate Phillips has said the broadcaster was “looking very carefully” at airing Strictly Come Dancing in the autumn.
BBC bosses have promised a total transformation of the iPlayer to compete with streaming giants.
BBC executive Charlotte Moore has said TV is facing enormous change and traditional broadcasters must try to keep up with subscription streaming services.
A venture to develop a British Comedy Foundation – to endorse the genre and find the next Fleabag or Monty Python – is being launched by the BBC’s comedy controller Shane Allen.
The BBC is launching a year of religious programming examining how faith is shaping and dividing modern Britain.
Dance will be at the heart of the BBC arts programme in 2019, as the broadcaster seeks to showcase the depth of UK talent.
Bodyguard is the biggest show of the year so far on BBC iPlayer.
Andrew Davies’s classics from Pride And Prejudice to the original House Of Cards are returning for Christmas as the BBC announces its iPlayer box sets.
A BBC executive claims the media world has finally woken up to redressing its failure of females in an impassioned pledge.
BBC executive Charlotte Moore has said losing The Great British Bake Off created opportunities for other shows and producers as she quipped: “Because we’ve got money again.”
Drama series Peaky Blinders is making the move from BBC Two to BBC One.
The BBC was aware of the gender pay gap discrepancy and working to close it before the salaries of the top earners were disclosed, the broadcaster’s director of content has said.
Letting The Great British Bake Off leave the BBC for Channel 4 was a “difficult moment” but had to be done to pay for other shows, the director of BBC content has said.