After hesitation, Noa Kirel said to agree to represent Israel at Eurovision 2023
Singer was selected by Kan broadcaster committee but said she would only perform if given complete artistic license
Opinion: This is why it’s so difficult to get an NHS dentist
The human cost of the decline in NHS dental services can be harrowing. Some patients have had to resort to pulling out their own teeth without anaesthesia
Classified football results: BBC scrap Radio 5 tradition without warning
The BBC is facing a backlash over its decision to scrap the classified football results being read on the radio at 5pm on Saturdays
Meta's chatbot says the company 'exploits people'
The new prototype doesn't think much of the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, either.
Emily Maitlis to deliver the Edinburgh TV Festival 2022 MacTaggart Lecture
The MacTaggart Lecture - which has a history of making waves in the media world and setting our TV viewing agenda for the year ahead - will be exclusively streamed on Sky News, the official broadcast partner of the Edinburgh TV Festival 2022.
NHS England reduces two-year waits for treatment but 12-month delays soar
While 24-month waits for things like scans, checks and surgical procedures have been dramatically cut, the number of people waiting more than a year, in May, was more than 330,000.
Emily Maitlis and old ally make rival dramas on Prince Andrew
They were the formidable team who persuaded the Duke of York to give a no-holds-barred interview, but now Emily Maitlis and her former guest booker are working
Don’t listen to the climate doomists
Jonathan Franzen’s “end times” narrative only benefits fossil fuel interests.
Ex-BBC DJ Alex Belfield found guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine and three others
Vine told court ‘the Jimmy Savile of trolling’ had waged a campaign of abuse against him on social media
Sky Sports commentator apologises over Hillsborough remarks
Martin Tyler says he did not intend to link the Hillsborough disaster to hooliganism in a BBC interview.
BBC ‘may have missed chances to explore concerns’ about Tim Westwood
Internal review finds corporation received several reports in 2012 about alleged misconduct of former Radio 1 DJ
Dara Ó Briain gives scathing response to Andrew Neil’s comments on Mock the Week axe
Fans praised the host for ‘absolutely obliterating’ the broadcaster with his reply
Boom Radio is a hit with listeners
A baby boomer radio station featuring veteran DJs broadcasting from their bedrooms claims that it is rivalling BBC Radio 2 after posting record audience figur
Beyoncé to re-record offensive Renaissance lyric
The star will remove lyrics from her new song Heated after criticism from disability campaigners.
England’s victory over Germany sets record for UK’s most-watched women’s match
England’s Euro 2022 final victory was watched by an average of 11million people on the BBC.
Can ‘social tariffs’ solve the UK’s looming fuel poverty cataclysm?
MPs and charities are supporting a new billing structure featuring subsidised lower-cost energy for people in need
‘Reality is scary’: climate culture war heats up for UK meteorologists
TV forecasters have been targeted by climate deniers during the recent extreme temperatures
Eurovision 2023: Cardiff out of race for song contest
Officials say other events would have had to be cancelled if Cardiff had landed the song contest.
Diana’s Panorama interview to feature in documentary next month
BBC boss Tim Davie had previously said the broadcaster would stop showing and licencing the interview.
Vanessa Feltz announces she is to leave BBC radio shows
Host says she is leaving Radio 2 and BBC Radio London shows to catch up on a ‘decade’s deficit of beauty sleep’
BBC's Nicky Campbell says he was victim of abuse at private school
"I was badly beaten up at school by a teacher who was a leading light in the scripture union," the 61-year-old broadcaster explains. He said witnessing both sexual and physical abuse at the Edinburgh Academy had a "profound effect on my life".
Sunak and Truss are wrong, Tory members want climate action
The leadership candidates have let their voters down by failing to take global warming seriously.
Scottish cities compete to host Eurovision Song Contest
Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh are among the UK cities that could host the song contest next year.
Tim Westwood faced bullying allegation inside BBC while Radio 1 DJ
Exclusive: former BBC employee raised concerns with executives but felt they were warned against further action
UK will host Eurovision 2023 on behalf of Ukraine
The UK will host next year’s Eurovision song contest on behalf of Ukraine, it has been announced.Although the Ukrainian act Kalush Orchestra won this year’s con