The corporation is sacrificing accuracy by being impartial between facts and fictions.
The cruellest thing about the benefits cap is not that it could make thousands of people homeless or force more families to depend on food banks (three of these open every week). It’s that it’s not really about people on benefits at all.
The Culture Secretary's decision to challenge the BBC to take "further action" against tennis commentator John Inverdale is an abuse of power.
After tonight, the UKIP leader will have appeared 14 times on the programme since 2009 - more than any other politician.
Nick Bryant's memoir recalls the dangers and delights of life as a foreign correspondent.
The worst of all possible worlds: Radio 1 announces that it will broadcast "a short clip" during "a news item explaining why the song is in the charts".
I have five thoughts on the row about the BBC playing an anti-Thatcher song.
Welsh and Scottish Gaelic have their own language broadcasts as well as the English output, but communities like British Somalis receive nothing, despite paying the same license fee.
The myth that Savile "groomed the nation" is pure denialism - pretending that the problem isn’t about us but some other group.
The presenter is "responding to treatment" after being taken ill on Tuesday, says the BBC.