Statements & Responses
The BBC today released the following statement in response to the findings of the Perry Review into TV licence fee enforcement.
The BBC has today released the following statement in response to the Government Green Paper on the future of the BBC.
Statement from Tony Hall, BBC Director-General, regarding the BBC's Annual Report and Accounts 2014/15.
BBC Director-General Tony Hall has released the following statement regarding today’s agreement with the Government.
The BBC today issued the following statement in response to the BBC Trust's provisional conclusion regarding BBC Three.
We've issued a statement regarding an interview between Andrew Marr and David Cameron on The Andrew Marr Show on Sunday 19 April 2015.
Tony Hall, the BBC Director-General, has today released the following statement regarding Jeremy Clarkson.
The BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4 are jointly announcing a set of leaders' election programmes, including one live election debate featuring all seven party leaders on 2nd April. The announcement follows conversations with all the parties.
The following letter was sent by the BBC Director of Television, Danny Cohen, to Sh. Rakesh Singh, Joint Secretary of the Government of India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, in response to a letter raising concerns about the BBC’s broadcast of the Storyville documentary India’s Daughter. Mr Cohen’s response was sent on Wednesday, 4 March, before the broadcast of the documentary on BBC Four in the UK.
In response to inquiries about a forthcoming documentary, Storyville – India’s Daughter, which will be shown on BBC Four, the BBC has issued the following statement.
The DUP requested a meeting with the Director-General of the BBC to raise its concerns about not being included in the leaders’ TV debates to be broadcast across the UK and about wider coverage ahead of the General Election.
The BBC today released the following statement in response to the Culture, Media and Sport select committee's report on 'The Future of the BBC'.
BBC Northern Ireland statement in relation to BBC Radio Ulster programme Farm Gate
Today the Sun attacked the 'scandal' of the BBC paying 'greedy' MPs to appear on some of our shows (when they’re not appearing just in their party political capacity). It described these payments as a splurge of public money and 'Beeb’s bungs'.
The BBC announced today that the English language radio broadcasts to the Eastern Mediterranean - including Israel, much of Lebanon, Cyprus and southern Turkey - will end on 25 April 2015.
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