Sutcliffe says that after 10 years he felt it was time to move onto other projects.
But Judd performance fails to hit last year's ratings high.
The media regulator received more than 800 complaints over Top Gear presenter's remarks on public se
Local TV will represent "a fundamental change in broadcasting", Hunt predicts.
Natural history programmes have reconstructed things for years.
Al Jazeera is an enigma – although owned by an absolute monarch, it’s hailed as an independent voice
Clarkson's call for strikers to be "shot" was an unfunny joke that required no comment from anyone.
In-built sexist thinking -- or not-thinking -- needs to be highlighted whenever it happens.
The retired teacher was arrested and then released by police last year.
The medium’s ability to improve its own minority representation is strictly limited.
BBC defends decision to give world TV channels the option of dropping the final episode of David Att
Satellite broadcaster reports strong growth in first quarter profits.
Channel 4 appointed to manage advertising for American broadcaster's British début
Radio 4's long-wave transmission will soon be history.
BBC to axe 2000 jobs by 2014.
The American current affairs network is going to compete with the BBC for the public service market.
Unsung heroes get more attention than film and music awards.
ITV's Exposure uses wrong IRA video
The director general of the BBC speaks out in defence of the current system of press regulation.
Journalist present at EDL march backs up accounts of violence.
Four dull, suited men take to the stage; eyes now turn to Leveson.
Washington correspondent Matt Frei ends his two decade career with the BBC.
Government considers proposals to allow filming of court rooms.
But Channel 4's problems aren't down to just one man.
War correspondent Miles Amoore survived a bullet to the head in Tripoli.
Endemol’s debt could be restructured by the joint venture, which would ease ITV’s struggle for overs
Labour expresses worry that News Corp may renew its bid.
The news isn't sticking to the timetable, and it's ruining everyone's fun.
The UK Press has one of the highest levels of public funding in Europe.
This is an edited version of an interview Alex Crawford gave to Press Gazette in April.