There is "no good reason" for performers, presenters and executives to "hide" their pay, the Culture, Media and Sport Committee said.Read the full story ›
Sir Cliff Richard alleges that the BBC and South Yorkshire Police "colluded" prior to a search of his property which was broadcast on TV.Read the full story ›
Scotland Yard told ITV News that an allegation of "non-recent sexual assault" had been made on May 23.Read the full story ›
The 75-year-old faces six charges dating back to the 1960s concerning four boys under the age of 16.Read the full story ›
Labour supporters have been branded "disgraceful" and "bullies" after booing and hissing the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg as she asked a question.Read the full story ›
The BBC has said thousands of its recipes will still be available online in response to a public outcry over the decision to remove them.Read the full story ›
The BBC is to remove more than 11,000 recipes from its website as part of a review of its online content.Read the full story ›
Tabloid reports claimed the actress was written out of the soap early because of her backstage behaviour.Read the full story ›
The blueprint for the future of the BBC was unveiled today by the Culture Secretary John Whittingdale.
Mr Whittingdale said the license fee will be secured for the next 11 years and there will be no interference with popular shows.
But the way the corporation is governed will be changed, people who watch the iPlayer will have to buy a TV license and the salaries of top performers will be made public for the first time.
ITV News' National Editor Allegra Stratton looks at the proposals in detail:
Under-served minorities will have more programmes but iPlayer users without a license will have to pay to see their favourite shows.Read the full story ›