The troubled current affairs show has suspended all investigations and a senior executive has been order to examine its botched report into allegations of child abuse at a Welsh care home.
The sacking of star presenters is nothing new, writes Antonia Quirke.
The World Service is being purged. How can it survive?
The writer and former England rugby international Brian Moore says he isn’t at all surprised the DJ’s victims didn’t speak up earlier. As long as victims live in fear of not being listened to, they won’t talk.
A culture of unreason prevails at the corporation.
The director general of the BBC failed to convince MPs that he was not guilty of wilful blindness.
The question director general George Entwistle must answer is why he still ran the Savile eulogy.
The BBC has serious questions to answer, but there were other institutions that allowed Jimmy Savile to commit his atrocities, too.
The BBC's political editor tackles questions of impartiality and bias.
First Award open to entries from overseas won by Bulgarian-American writer.