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Jeremy Clarkson revealed in his Sun column that the BBC told him he would be sacked if he made 'one more offensive remark'. Photograph: Ian West/PA BBC director general Tony Hall saved Jeremy Clarkson from disciplinary action over his use of the N-
Philip Toscano/PA One of the leading figures behind Lenny Henry's campaign to boost the number of black, Asian and minority workers in television has condemned Jeremy Clarkson's "wholly inappropriate use of the N-word". Simone Pennant, the founder of
Kim Shillinglaw, BBC2 controller, will have to replace the channel's biggest show, The Great British Bake-Off, which is moving to BBC1. Photograph: Sam Burnett/BBC BBC2 's new controller, Kim Shillinglaw, will hope her first day in the job goes
20 March 2014 0 View comments With a hefty £1bn price tag, the BBC's new hi-tech headquarters certainly haven't compromised on comfort or style. But just 18 months after opening, Corporation bosses have now demanded a costly EastEnders-themed
Danny Cohen wants BBC staff 'incentives' for hit shows The Strictly Come Dancing format is a major BBC export Extra rewards should be given to BBC staff behind hit shows to "incentivise" them, the BBC's head of TV has said. Danny Cohen's comments
Everyone loves a comedy quiz, especially television commissioners, who cannot get enough of them. You may have heard the questions a few times before, but here goes (1) Are women as funny as men? And (2) not unrelated, should there be more women on
4 December 2013 2 View comments Well -paid BBC stars should stop criticising the corporation in public and get on with their jobs, one of its top directors said last night...Speaking at a press launch of the BBC's Christmas Drama schedule, he said: I'
Megamind" The public broadcaster's TV channels look to draw big audiences with Hollywood movies, "Doctor Who," the return of "Sherlock" and festive specials of hit shows "Strictly Come Dancing" and "Call the Midwife." our editor recommends The U.K.
Speaking to the Independent , Mr Cohen said he wanted his highly paid managers to have a 'closer understanding' of how things actually work in production. He said: 'I think we senior managers should have a closer understanding of what it's like on
Sing out for a new controller will The Voice commissioner Mark Linsey succeed Danny Cohen at BBC1? Photograph: David Venni Some strong contenders have apparently dropped out of the race to succeed saturnine Danny Cohen as BBC1 controller, but Monkey