Nikki Fox has muscular distrophy but was able to walk using a motorised device strapped to her limbs.
You can prepare for everything. Except when someone assaults you with a sex toy live on air.
The BBC is proposing to take the youth-focused channel BBC Three online-only next year, with a radical new approach to TV programming and commissioning. But it might not be good news for Don’t Tell the Bride fans.
The BBC’s Royal Charter is due for renewal in 2016 and its opponents are adamant the corporation’s £3.6 billion budget should be slashed. But Auntie isn’t taking it lying down.
Benji is the friendliest, most loyal goat in all of England.
Gandalf met Harry Styles.
BBC Five Live’s film critic Mark Kermode is famous for his Kermodian rants at the worst cinema has to offer – so we added them to film posters.
On last night’s I’m A Celebrity the former BBC newsreader said that his biggest regret was not pushing Savile off a cruise ship into the sea.
UPDATE: That bad photoshopping situation has been remedied and all is right with the world.
Why does this keep happening?
“My name is Felipe and I am a Fat Daddy.”
It’s a big ball of wibbly wobbly, timey wimey stuff…and just plain awesome!
She gave it the royal treatment at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge.
“Sorry, sorry, now I’ll try and be a professional scientist…”
Ahhh, well this is awkward.
Think of all the possibilities.
FACT: Benedict Cumberbatch cannot lose.
Prepare to be traumatised. WARNING: Some readers may find the following images disturbing.
Her best moment was trying to sell a bog brush to London Zoo.
This quiz is a lot harder than you think it is.
Or almost any other day since the BBC started in 1922, in fact.
“There is no ‘i’ in team, but there is five in individual brilliance.”
Can we fix it? NO! IT’S NOT BROKEN!
Will your result get a “SEEEEEEVVVVVEEEENNNNNNNNNNNNN” from Len?
This is to stop you going “who is that?” every time you see it.
Don’t blink, you might miss Elton John covered in butterflies or Lorde wearing angel wings.
Auntie is saying goodbye to its famed Television Centre in Shepherd’s Bush after 54 years, and you can bid on a whole heap of memorabilia – and a forklift truck – in an online auction.
As well as being gruesome, it’s the first time this has been documented. Sluuuuuurp.