Jo Brand’s joke about throwing battery acid at politicians had “potential to offend listeners” but was unlikely to incite crime, broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has said.
The Royal Ballet is set to work with a group of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) to choreograph their own routine.
Irish novelist Anne Enright has said that her Booker Prize victory made some of the men who missed out on the award “unhappy”.
Love Island is set for more drama as two new boys who are “prepared to step on a few toes” head into the villa.
The Victoria Derbyshire Show is coming off air as a result of BBC cuts, the broadcaster’s media editor has said.
Sabrina The Teenage Witch fans were thrilled as Melissa Joan Hart reunited with some of her castmates from the hit show.
Monty Python’s Terry Jones made his mark behind as well as in front of the camera, directing some of the comedy troupe’s most-loved works.
Bafta trophies have been repaired after award recipients damaged them in incidents including using them as a doorstop, according to a craftsman for the manufacturing firm.
Hugh Laurie has said that he and Stephen Fry have discussed resurrecting their comedy double act for the stage.
Lord Hall joked that it had been a “really quiet day” as he unveiled the new series of Top Gear, hours after announcing he is standing down as the BBC’s director-general.