Gazza had to leave the Sky Sports programme early after sleeping tablets left him slurring his speech and feeling unwell
'I seem to have picked up one of those 48 hour bugs. Atishoo,' veteran presents writes in email to colleagues
'As a woman of colour on the internet, I have faced torrents of online hate,' says writer
John Humphrys and the gender pay gap have been suggested as reasons why some listeners turned off, during a year in which editor Sarah Sands also faced criticism for 'focusing too much on fashion'
Jack and Dani have been no more than a soft string note beneath Love Island's cacophonic symphony of lies and manipulation, but the last lonely crescendo for double violin was worth waiting around all summer for
Now we move into Love Island’s pantomime phase, where the islanders court not each other but the general public, with all the determined energy of a bird of paradise building its shiny love nest from discarded crisp packets.
'It was such a relief when he opened his eyes'
Presenter revealed last week he had been hospitalised after being taken ill on flight
'It’s now a matter for the Sky shareholders to decide whether to accept 21 Century Fox’s bid'
Offer comes after journalist resigned over higher salaries of male colleagues
Broadcaster distances itself from fictionalised report on Russian nuclear attack after video widely shared on WhatsApp
Programmes including show hosted by George Galloway under investigation over impartiality
Lawyers coverage of sexual assault claims inflicted 'profound and long-lasting damage' on singer
The BBC breached broadcasting regulation by failing to challenge comments made by the former chancellor and prominent climate change sceptic Lord Nigel Lawson during an interview on the Today programme, Ofcom has ruled.
2011 documentary series showed remote Indonesian tribe building home 30 metres high among trees
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