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Leisha Brookes claims Jimmy Savile and other men attacked at the BBC TV 's White City HQ A woman has vowed to go to jail rather than pay her TV licence because she claimed she was abused by Jimmy Savile and 35 other men at the BBC's headquarters.
Suggested Topics In a television career spent entirely with the BBC, Barrie Edgar demonstrated a parallel loyalty to his home area of Birmingham. Specialising in outside broadcasts and bearing the title TV Producer, Midland Region, he established his
Audrey Russell, pictured in 1953, became the first and only British woman to be accredited as a war correspondent in 1944. Photograph: BBC The vitriol fired at Mary Beard after her recent Question Time appearance was directed not only at how she
has been commissioned for a second series. Photograph: Des Willie/BBC BBC1 's daytime TV revamp after it ditched afternoon children's programmes has as expected led to increased viewing of the channel, with BBC2 and Channel 4 the main ratings losers
It has one of the most famous opening lines in literature, it turned Colin Firth into a heart-throb, and it spawned a zombie spin-off. Now Pride and Prejudice has reached the venerable age of 200...Monday's anniversary is being marked by a "readathon"
It's just a coincidence, of course, that the outgoing head of the ROH is the incoming director general of the BBC , Lord (Tony) Hall. Williams was at pains to point out that the partnership was signed before Hall was appointed DG. "It was six or
Holland, who has hosted the BBC One daytime show Cowboy Trap for four series, met the woman while filming the latest series. After finishing filming the feature on her negative experience with a builder, they exchanged several emails. According to an
I'd arrived in a job as a sub-editor in the BBC TV newsroom at Television Centre, from a regional newsroom where the air was thick with cigarette smoke and the sound of clattering typewriters...Middle-aged men (news was still mostly male), puffing
The 30-page report, Giving Victims a Voice, will describe how the celebrity abused up to 500 children and young people, and may have raped more than 30. Of the allegations made so far, police have gathered sufficient evidence to record 200 sexually
The BBC can get from funk to funky with one simple measure logos Rebranding, and a large crayon, is the only way the drunken Auntie can haul itself out of the mess it has made The BBC need to design a new logo that looks like it was drawn by a