Russia’s media regulator this week said it would consider blocking access to the BBC’s Russian website over an interview with a dissident activist.
The BBC News Channel ticker got a bit excited when it updated us on a story about the Queen’s horse.
At a press conference in Brussels, a reporter decided to congratulate the German chancellor on her 60th birthday. It was a very cringe moment.
“Upstaged by a dog – it’s the story of my life!” “Yeah, something like that.”
Did you know that cows have besties too?
“We will never, never change, we will keep our union together in the name of Jesus!”
“Push sucks! Pull blows!” What?
Was it a blip? Is it a freak occurrence? Just a camera trick? Here’s how the The X Factor UK host was caught on camera…
Is it time to wake up yet?
We’re only using stills since the show was rebooted in 2005, as otherwise this quiz would be frankly impossible for most of us to solve.
They can’t even look her in the eyes.
Former Sony boss Howard Stringer has some home truths for the BBC as it re-positions itself to compete in a digital economy and double its global weekly reach to 500 million.
BBC News channel boss Jasmine Lawrence urged people not to vote UKIP on Twitter yesterday, in breach of the BBC’s impartiality rules.
Did the UK win? Of course we didn’t don’t be silly.
The chairman of the BBC Trust has left his role with immediate effect, citing health reasons.
Robert Kilroy-Silk used to ask questions at the start of his daytime chat show. If you put these questions all side-by-side it really is quite something.
What rhymes with “finger guns”?
He is a real doctor, right?
Including a show where people have to drive long distances in a lorry.
In honor of Charlotte Brontë’s 198th birthday.
When does a paying £58 a night for a hotel become a £279-a-night hotel? When you need a good headline to attack the BBC, of course.
The world just doesn’t understand your brand of fabulousness, sweetie darling!
The corporation is again taking flak for its huge resources – but sport remains one of the most popular things people like to watch.
These are all just from the first three episodes of the new series on BBC One.
Trust me, you’re not watching it to be educated about Cornish 19th Century industrial practices.
“Totally. Yeah. Okay so the thing with this is. Okay. The thing is. Totally.”
The BBC needs to make the case for its existence in the face of political opposition.