The BBC has been billed as “more diverse than ever” after the release of figures revealing the broadcaster now has the highest proportion of black, Asian and minority ethnic staff in its history.
Copyright campaigning MEP Mary Honeyball has said memes will not be killed off by “divisive” copyright laws.
The couple say they’re in “the fight of our lives” to secure residency for Susan, who has already sold her home in the United States and has given up her job as a hospice worker.
Richard Herring’s humorous charity drive to tackle domestic violence has raised tens of thousands.
The UK overtook China as the second largest market for art sales worldwide “despite Brexit”, according to a new report.
Countryfile will reveal plans to reintroduce golden eagles to Wales after an absence of 200 years.
The BBC has bowed to pressure to provide viewers with information about abortion after being criticised following a row sparked by an episode of Call The Midwife.
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.
Representation in the arts has faltered, with the low numbers of disabled people in creative careers remaining largely unchanged, an annual study indicates.
Arts Council England will “pressure” organisations to reveal data on the sexuality of their staff in a drive for diversity.
British actress and singer Cynthia Erivo has said cold and competitive UK Bafta actors can learn from their US counterparts.
A British-only radio station launched in the wake of the Brexit referendum has the fastest-growing audience in the UK.
Sir Patrick Stewart has condemned the “self-interest” of politicians and said young voters could provide a better future.
Belgian officials are lobbying for a BBC move to Brussels after Brexit, the director-general has revealed.
The Met Office has released its 10-day trend, which looks at the expected weather from now, through the weekend and into next week.
Children are using multiple social media profiles to project a “picture-perfect self” as bullying increases online, a report has found.
A survey is being carried out into which council services in Aberdeen could be affected if staff members from the EU leave the UK after Brexit.
A north-east-MP has written to businesses in his constituency to provide an update on the Government’s plans for a no-deal Brexit.
The Met Office has released their weekend forecast giving a more detailed look at what the weather has in store for us.
Concerns have been raised after banking giant Santander announced plans to close two north-east branches.
The £10,000 Goldsmiths’ Prize for experimental fiction will be open to all nationalities for a “broader and richer” range of literary voices.
The Met Office have released their 10-day forecast, which looks at the expected weather from now, through the weekend and into next week.
The Government will invest £20 million to regenerate towns across the UK through cultural programmes and making “better places to live”.
A novel said to be one of the “most banned books in history” is going under the hammer.
The number of plays of classical music increased by more than 10% in 2018, with the genre growing faster than the UK music industry at large.
China has accused the UK of “deep-rooted pride and prejudice” in response to increased concern about technology firm Huawei’s involvement in upgrading the UK’s mobile network.
As the UK remained gripped by Brexit chaos, American model and author Chrissy Teigen conveyed the thoughts of many Brits as she admitted that, try as she might, she doesn’t understand it all.
Twitter has released a collection of 10 of the most-liked tweets in the UK in 2018 so far.
Winterwatch will return to the BBC this January, broadcasting from a new home in Scotland.
A BBC journalist has given perhaps the most honest review of Brexit by a commentator yet, in a clip which has drawn plaudits on social media.