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17th July 2024
What's behind the BBC's investigation into Strictly Come Dancing?
Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Triple murder suspect remains in hospital after being found in north London cemetery amid manhunt
This month
July 2024
Poll: Should RTÉ show live performances from Electric Picnic?
Last month
June 2024
BBC to broadcast final interview from Michael Mosley after death in Greece
Michael Mosley’s wife ‘devastated’ as she confirms death of TV doctor on Greek island
BBC apologises for 'inappropriate comment' aired during D-Day programme
This year
'I saw people across the aisle going completely horizontal': Passengers on turbulent Singapore flight
It's occurring: Gavin and Stacey to return for one last episode on Christmas Day
BBC to contact tribunal over claims journalist was spied on by police
The Young Offenders announces May air date, but it will appear on BBC before RTÉ
Huw Edwards has resigned from the BBC on medical advice
After 38 years, Charlie Fairhead leaves Casualty (but he wasn't killed off)
Tributes paid to BBC journalist and Co Wexford native Nick Sheridan, who has died aged 32
Question to Andrew Scott about Barry Keoghan naked scene in Saltburn was 'misjudged', says BBC
BBC reporter criticised for asking Andrew Scott about Barry Keoghan's naked dance scene in Saltburn
'Trailblazer' Annie Nightingale, the first female presenter on BBC Radio 1, has died aged 83
Poll: Will you watch the Gladiators reboot?
Last year
Judge orders BBC to release emails related to Martin Bashir’s controversial Diana interview
Fermoy welcomes Graham Norton ‘setting the record straight’ after guest called town ‘horrible’
Debunked: YouTube ads feature Elon Musk in deepfake videos pushing cryptocurrency scams
BBC reaches reported €10.3 million settlement with Andrew Flintoff over Top Gear crash
BBC sets new rules for flagship presenters after Gary Lineker tweet prompted impartiality row
BBC sets new rules for flagship presenters after Gary Lineker tweet prompted impartiality row
Russell Brand thanks supporters following week of rape and sexual abuse allegations
BBC investigating claim Brand exposed himself to woman and laughed about it on radio
Debunked: The Canadian government hasn't banned the British outlet GB News
Stephen Nolan says he's 'deeply sorry' after report he sent sexually explicit images to staff
Hozier 'absolutely' prepared for Hollywood-style strike over AI threat to the music industry
Peak audience of 0.8 million tuned in for BBC's first national broadcast of an All-Ireland final
Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's live sport
BBC apologises to Nigel Farage for suggesting he lacked wealth for exclusive bank account
BBC newsreader George Alagiah dies aged 67 after long battle with cancer
McDonald’s apologises after over 100 UK staff allege sexual harassment, racism and bullying
UK Parliament to grill BBC bosses about governance following Huw Edwards furore
BBC bosses to face questions in Parliament following Huw Edwards scandal
Broadcaster Huw Edwards named by his wife as BBC presenter at centre of scandal
BBC facing increased pressure after fresh allegations about unnamed presenter
BBC faces fresh allegation against unnamed presenter from young person – report
Gary Lineker tops list of highest-paid BBC presenters sixth year in a row
Young person at centre of BBC presenter controversy says 'allegations in The Sun are rubbish'