Duncan Bannatyne told Ruth Davidson he broke even with his Dragons' Den ventures and that the Covid-19 crisis has cost his businesses £30 million.
Director general Tim Davie told MPs new guidelines will mean the BBC 'will be able to take people off Twitter'.
As the satirical news quiz celebrates its 30th birthday, can you get full marks on a quiz based on the much-loved HIGNFY missing words round?
Strictly bosses confirm quarantine rules means dancers who test positive for COVID-19 on the upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing will automatically be eliminated
McCartney said of Lennon: 'I look back on it now like a fan, how lucky was I to meet this strange teddy boy.'
The BBC has confirmed the 2020 series of Strictly Come Dancing will see dancers perform in front of a limited live studio audience
Viewing figures for the youth-oriented channel fell 72% when the BBC made it online-only in 2016.
'Have I Got News For You' executive producer Richard Wilson was responding to accusations that the show has a left-wing bias.
Rees Mogg played a clip of the song on his phone and held it up to the microphone so all could hear.
TIm Davie is understood to have told colleagues he would rigorously enforce the policy.
The stand-up comedian said right-wing comedy was about more than blackface and mocking the disabled.
The stars of the BBC soap have been simulating kisses with a perspex screen in between them which will be digitally edited out before broadcast.
Strictly Come Dancing will go ahead this year with line up announcement coming in the next week, confirms BBC Entertainment Controller Kate Phillips