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Don’t mention the ‘A’ word, says BBC chief keen to shed arts shows’ stuffy image

Calling programmes ‘arts’ can be off-putting for audiences, says Suzy Klein as corporation targets younger crowd → Read More

Dame Hilary Mantel dies aged 70 leaving behind unfinished novel

The Wolf Hall author revealed last year she had another historical book ‘on the go’ set in the 18th century → Read More

Queen’s funeral guest list: who is invited and who is not?

Joe Biden and Jacinda Ardern have already arrived in the UK ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral on Monday → Read More

BBC’s live stream of Queen Elizabeth’s lying in state is a communal event like no other

People-watching as we have never known it as thousands tune in to watch the public file past the coffin in Westminster Hall → Read More

Roger Bolton accuses BBC of neglecting older listeners and viewers

Former Feedback presenter believes broadcaster is focusing too much on attracting younger audience → Read More

University Challenge at 60, review: how a humble student quiz stole our hearts

This amiable retrospective took in six decades of starters for 10, student japes and grumpy quizmasters → Read More

Netflix sues performers over unofficial Bridgerton musical

Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear have gone too far by turning TikTok posts into sell-out live shows, streaming giant says → Read More

Mock the Week will come to an end after 17 years

BBC Two show has been criticised for its Left-wing humour, while the corporation's comedy director is said to think panel shows are outdated → Read More

Neighbours: the Finale, review: Guy Pearce stole the show in a perfect farewell to Ramsay Street

Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Margot Robbie, Natalie Imbruglia... all the stars were back for this seriously tear-jerking end → Read More

Almost two million people tell BBC: we no longer need a licence fee

Corporation predicts more viewers will desert it this year as the cost of living crisis impacts household finances → Read More

Adele’s Desert Island Discs proved she’s still the down-to-earth girl from Tottenham

Though Lauren Laverne could have asked more probing questions, the singer painted a vivid picture of her journey to stardom → Read More

Dominic Raab accused of elitism over Angela Rayner opera jibe

Soraya Mafi, a soprano at Glyndebourne, says she is frustrated at the Justice Secretary’s suggestion that opera is not for the working class → Read More

Who Do You Think You Are? review: a lesson in how not to repeat the mistakes of our parents

Line of Duty star Anna Maxwell Martin discovered how her grandfather overcame adversity to live a positive life → Read More

Andrew Lloyd Webber booed during Cinderella West End closing night

He said in a letter read out on stage that opening the show during the pandemic had been a 'costly mistake' → Read More

Lenny Henry says making CBBC online-only means children miss out on ‘seeing themselves’

'If you can’t see it, you can’t be it' the comedian tells Hay Festival as he criticises the broadcaster's cost-cutting measures → Read More

Frank Skinner: I was a racist, sexist, homophobic child of the ‘70s ... but I’m ok with it now

The comedian has ‘owned up’ to using discriminatory language in his youth and says he has ‘evolved’ since childhood → Read More

The Essex Serpent, review: Tom Hiddleston’s Hot Vicar warms up this dreary drama

Apple TV’s adaptation of Sarah Perry’s bestselling novel, about faith, science and palaeontology, is unconvincing and a little too modern → Read More

Charlatan, psychopath, saint: who was the real Mother Teresa?

This Sky documentary series explores the complexities and apparent contradictions of the modern world’s most famous missionary → Read More

BBC’s ‘lurch to youth’ is over as it aims to win back older viewers from Netflix

Broadcaster eases off on relentless pursuit of younger viewers and tries to woo back alienated over-55s tempted by streaming services → Read More

Biff, Chip and Kipper book pulped by Oxford publishers in racism row

Following complaints of Islamophobic content, the children’s book that has been used in primary schools for 30 years has been withdrawn → Read More