BBC

Pride of a Peacock

22 Sep 2014

The man who made BBC2

Too many cooks?

30 Sep 2010

Dave Hastings listens to Attenborough

Own worst enemy

18 Sep 2010

David Hastings on how the BBC isn’t helping its own defence

Back-door privatization?

8 Apr 2008

Selling off bits of Beeb

Charles Curran Revisited

1 Jul 2007

Better than his bad press deserves

Spaghetti Fool

1 Apr 2007

The spaghetti harvest of 50 years ago

Funding the BBC

1 Apr 2007

The end of the BBC as we know it?

Half-forgotten great

1 Mar 2007

Sir Ian Trethowan, BBC DG, profiled

What goes around comes around

19 Oct 2006

David Brockman looks back at the seventies and the then-massive BBC commitment to Network Production Centres outside London

The Director-General’s Chair

1 Jan 2006

This time, Glen Aylett takes on the BBC’s top job

The Controller’s Chair: BBC TV

2 Jul 2005

James Pittman takes on the whole shebang. Good luck.

BBC Under Fire – 80s Style

1 Apr 2005

The events of last year were just the latest, says Glenn Aylett

Nothing Better Than Something

1 Jan 2005

Richard Elen finds the Green Paper less dangerous than the DG

Getting the BBC out of the way

24 Feb 2004

Richard Elen asks if the BBC really needs far reaching change

The Controller’s Chair: BBC One

1 Jan 2004

Ian Beaumont takes over another channel

The Controller’s Chair: BBC Three

1 Jan 2004

Third time wasn’t so lucky for BBC Three. Give Ian Beaumont a go

Third time lucky

1 Jan 2004

David Hastings reviews the first few months of BBC Three

Three’s Company

1 Jan 2004

Will Tudor welcomes the arrival of BBC Three

Force majeure

1 Jan 2004

Russ J Graham wonders if BBC4 is a godsend or a ghetto

Defending Auntie

1 Jan 2004

Ian Beaumont supports the BBC

J’accuse

1 Feb 2003

Russ J Graham on the end of live presentation

The Fools On The Hill Return

1 Jan 2002

Kif Bowden-Smith on the politics behind the return of TV in 1946

This is Britain

1 Jan 2002

Robin Carmody watches post-war Britain frozen in time

Principal Instrument

1 Sep 2001

Russ J Graham says the BBC is the best