Statements & Responses
The BBC has today lodged a formal protest with the Russian authorities after a news team from our Moscow bureau was attacked in southern Russia whilst investigating reports of Russian servicemen being killed near the border with Ukraine.
Following publication of the article “BBC bans all talk of Scottish vote from the Proms" in The Telegraph on 12 September 2014, the Acting Director of the BBC Proms, Edward Blakeman, wrote the following letter in response.
Following articles in The Times and The Telegraph on 26 August 2014 regarding BBC Countryfile, the show's executive editor wrote the letter below in response, which both papers declined to publish.
BBC Director-General Tony Hall has written in today’s Daily Mirror about the value of the licence fee. The full article is republished below.
BBC Russian has been asked by Russian state media watchdog, Roskomnadzor, to remove an interview with Artem Loskutov, a Russian artist and activist, from bbcrussian.com.
The BBC has issued the following statement regarding the sentencing of Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt.
The BBC today issued the following statement regarding disruption to BBC SW services to West and Central Africa.
The BBC Executive today issued the following statement regarding the BBC Trust's review of YouView.
BBC’s response to Telegraph article of 21 May 2014, which The Telegraph didn't print in full.
Liliane Landor, Acting Director of BBC World Service Group, today issued the following statement.
BBC Trust Chairman Lord Patten has today announced that he will be standing down with immediate effect on health grounds following major heart surgery.
This statement was issued at the BBC’s Safety of Journalists Symposium on Monday 7 April 2014, hosted by BBC Global News and CFOM, the Centre for Freedom of the Media at the University of Sheffield, in cooperation with the BBC College of Journalism.
The BBC Executive today issued the following statement regarding the BBC Trust's approval of the 30-day catch-up window for BBC iPlayer.
The BBC has issued the following response to the Foreign Affairs Committee report on the future of the BBC World Service.
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