The exchanges between BBC journalists and South Yorkshire police which led to coverage of the raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s home could be revealed by news chief James Harding today.
BBC Music director Bob Shennan has defended the inaugural BBC Music Awards, claiming that the show will “not compete” with the Brit Awards.
The BBC initiative to teach the nation how to write computer code has booted up with an ambitious partnership between its Children’s and Learning divisions.
The Weinstein Company has picked up the US rights to Roald Dahl adaptation Esio Trot as it continues to pepper its TV slate with UK shows.
ITV’s share price hit a 13-year high on Monday as speculation about a Liberty Global takeover persisted.
DCD Media has confirmed that it has agreed terms for a management buyout of Glasgow-based production company Matchlight, as revealed by Broadcast on Friday.
Israeli gameshow Are You For Real? is set to be remade in the UK after Red Arrow International optioned the format.
Top Gear is to be remade in France by terrestrial broadcaster RMC Découverte.
BBC News faces a renewed strike threat after Bectu and the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) voted in favour of taking industrial action over 415 planned job cuts.
Rona Fairhead was the surprise choice to replace Lord Patten as the BBC Trust chair this weekend. A largely unknown quantity to the broadcasting industry, Broadcast runs the rule over the government’s preferred candidate.
Broadcast examines the seismic issues Rona Fairhead will face when she replaces Lord Patten as the BBC Trust chair - from the role of BBC Productions to the future of BBC3.
Peter Horrocks, the director of the BBC World Service group, is to leave the corporation next year.
Channel 4 has ordered a one-off documentary series about sex education in schools and is to bring back The Island for two series featuring both male and female contestants as it refreshes its factual entertainment slate.
Channel 4 is to take another leap into the cold after commissioning a second series of celebrity skiing format The Jump.
Neil Mortensen has been reappointed by ITV as director of planning and research to provide insight and analytics to divisions across the broadcaster.
MONDAY: ITV’s Long Lost Family concluded with a series average over 1m viewers down on last year’s run - as 1m tuned in to Sky Sports News HQ to watch the Premier League transfer deadline unfold.
“Jamie’s Comfort Food feels like lingering in the comfort zone for this usually innovative chef.”
A special edition of Talking TV heads to the Edinburgh International Television Festival to sort through all the major themes of this year’s conference.
Comedy writer Colin Edmonds remembers the super-agent who unleashed The Beatles onto US TV