Statements & Responses
Televised leaders’ election debates - joint statement from the BBC and ITV regarding Northern Ireland parties
The BBC and ITV have responded to the Democratic Unionist Party's request to be included in the network leaders' election debates.
BBC statement regarding editorial guidance mentioned on BBC Question Time on Thursday 8 January.
Letter to Daily Mail following report ‘How the BBC colluded with police to spin their way out of trouble over raid on Cliff’
Here is the full version of a BBC letter sent to the Daily Mail following its report: ‘How the BBC colluded with police to spin their way out of trouble over raid on Cliff', as published on Monday 24 November.
Here is the full version of a BBC letter sent to the Daily Telegraph following its report: ‘Exposed: police and BBC deals over raid on Sir Cliff', as published on Monday 24 November.
Here is the full version of a BBC letter that the Daily Telegraph published today. It is in response to an editorial in the newspaper on November 11.
In response to stories about the representation of women in News and Current affairs the BBC has issued the following statement.
In response to a statement issued this afternoon from Claudia Winkleman and Kris Thykier about their daughter, the BBC has said: “Zoe Ball will co-host Strictly Come Dancing this week. All our thoughts and very best wishes are with Claudia and her family at this time.”
The BBC and Films of Record have today responded to the findings of the PricewaterhouseCoopers report into the governance of Tower Hamlets Council, prompted in part by the BBC Panorama programme The Mayor and Our Money, broadcast earlier this year.
The BBC has today responded to a letter from the Green Party, which expressed disappointment at the proposals unveiled by the UK’s four leading broadcasters for election debates next year.
BBC Radio 1 has issued the following response to the BBC Trust’s approval of BBC Radio 1’s iPlayer section.
Ben Cooper, BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra Controller, says: “This is an exciting moment for Radio 1 and our young audience, and we can’t wait to get started on 10 November.”
The BBC has written a letter to the Daily Mail in response to an editorial on October 23 which suggested that “the BBC is abusing the surveillance rights granted to public sector bodies under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act”.
Statement from Director of the BBC World Service Group Peter Horrocks regarding China's current block on the BBC News website.
Following publication of the article “BBC in Ebola panic" in The Sun on 15 October 2014, the BBC has issued the following statement in response.
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.
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