Tom Donkin of BBC World News was caught in an awkward moment when he wasn’t at his designated spot as the show went on air. A clip of him dashing across the newsroom, unaware that he had been caught on camera, has now gone viral.
Jonathan Head, the BBC’s Southeast Asia correspondent, faces up to five years in jail at the private prosecution on the popular tourist island of Phuket.
The BBC is the biggest player in television, radio and online news in Britain, with its extensive services funded by a guaranteed income of 3.7 billion pounds ($4.8 billion) from a licence fee levied from all TV-watching households.
Britain’s Intelligence Agency MI5 will hold an inquiry into how it dealt with public warnings that the Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi posed a potential threat.
The white paper was released as the BBC’s charter comes up for renewal in December 2016, a process which has proved controversial with some fearful that the government would attempt to influence the running of the BBC.
Rupert Wingfield-Hayes was detained at Pyongyang airport and interrogated for an inappropriate description of leader Kim Jong Un
An investigation report into the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal cleared the BBC of wrongdoing, even after it missed chances to stop sexual predator Savile, also a BBC television presenter who died in October 2011.
Users received an error message and the broadcaster said on Twitter the outage was due to technical problems.
The Sherlock special called the ‘The Abominable Bride’ will be aired on BBC One on January 1, 2016.
Prime Minister Indira Gandhi said there was no plan to impose single-party rule in India.
BBC report claimed Pak party received funds from India; ‘Report was planted by Pak army to defame us’
Both the Prasar Bharati and the Information & Broadcasting Ministry are now banking on the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to step in and facilitate the project.
Buzzfeed has discovered Indian media and finds it better than Fox.
The High Court declined interim relief on the request made by three law students to lift the ban on airing of the documentary.
Sky News also said that Clarkson had been sacked, while The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that he was expected to be let go today.