BBC

One cannot imagine how profound Ms Winslet’s pain must be to now regret working with Woody Allen and Roman Polanski

Sir David Hare’s new BBC drama feels small-scale when we are surrounded by far more impressive real-life spectacles

The BBC has been wholly partisan in its coverage of Donald Trump ever since he was elected

Robin Aitken’s analysis is idiosyncratic but rings true

The BBC thought Malcolm Arnold’s opera was not serious enough and a bit bawdy

Laurence Fox’s woke intervention, Glasgow football honour US liberal and Essex spray a Muslim with champagne

Tories reject unconscious bias training, BBC show critical race lecture, and Colston falls (again)

Why have the arts not strained at the bonds laid upon them in the way earthier pursuits and pleasures have?

Why should we expect BBC lifer Tim Davie to end BBC bias or high pay?

Adam LeBor commends the BBC’s latest documentary on the Iraq war