THE BBC was accused of a whitewash by MPs and female staff yesterday after a report it commissioned ruled there is no gender pay bias at the corporation.
Despite months of criticism over huge gaps between male and female pay the report found “no evidence” of gender bias.
Please retune your sets. There is nothing to see here.
Nothing to see at all on the BBC about gender pay inequality. It is all fine.
After all, didn’t the Corporation’s boss Tony Hall just pay a firm of accountants to tell us so?
I’M A Celeb star Christine Hamilton says radio presenter John Humphrys should lose his job for joking about women’s pay.
The jungle veteran, also a BBC regular, blasted the host of Radio 4’s Today and quiz show Mastermind as “arrogant”.
Humphrys, 74, made off-air jokes after colleague Carrie Gracie quit
Top Gear flop Chris Evans aims to get back on track by recycling an old telly title.
The Radio 2 DJ is pitching a game show called Don’t Forget Your Suitcase to TV bosses.
Not to be confused with his 90s hit series Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush.
The new show would
BBC star John Humphrys has offered to take a third wage cut amid the gender pay gap row at the corporation.
The Radio 4 Today and Mastermind host — who caused uproar with “jokey” off-air comments on the issue this month — is proposing dropping his salary to £250,000-£300,000.
The BBC's John Humphrys has offered to take a voluntary pay cut amid the gender pay gap row.
It would reportedly be the Radio 4 and BBC 2's Mastermind presenter's third wage cut if agreed by bosses, and could mean his salary drops to £250,000-£300,000.
The cut would
JOHN Humphrys, 74, is a well-respected journalist and television host who was last year named as the highest-paid news presenter at the BBC.
The Welsh broadcaster is best known for heading up BBC Radio 4's Today show and Mastermind, but read on to discover how he rose up the
BBC listeners have slammed Today presenter John Humphrys as a "hypocrite" after he failed to address his own leaked jokes about the gender pay gap during this morning's three hour programme.
The veteran presenter was expected to address his unaired chat with co-presenter Jon Sopel after it emerged they'd
BBC presenters John Humphrys and Jon Sopel have been slammed by bosses for joking about the gender pay gap.
In an unaired chat before Monday’s Radio 4 Today programme, they discuss Carrie Gracie who quit as China editor last week over pay.
Host Humphrys, 74, says to Sopel: “Slight change
BBC Radio 4 will be free to ditch programmes on religion and science, according to new plans revealed last night.
Ofcom, the broadcasting regulator, has agreed to cut down the number of rules the BBC must follow on the contents of its programming, The Daily Telegraph reported.
The station will