I’m not massively proud of how I’ve been a father John Humphrys The management thing is where the BBC goes wrong. It has been hideously under-managed by women John Humphrys “Aren’t I supposed to be cross
My stint on Question Time last night exposed just how out of touch the political elite are with the people they were elected
Question Time is like a box of chocolates, to quote Forrest Gump. You never quite know what you’re going to get. Although you’re given advance warning of who else will be on the panel, often the person
Do you like jeopardy, excitement, explosions, sexual frissons, car chases, drama and gunfire? Well, hmm, OK – we might run into a problem here. Because Celebrity 5 Go Barging (Fri, 8pm, Channel 5) contains
Heather Cianciolo can tell within minutes if she’s going to like a doctor. “Ten minutes into a doctor’s appointment and I know if it’s going to be a waste of my time,” she said. “It’s a warning sign if
Welcome to this week’s blogpost. Here’s our roundup ofyour comments and photos from last week. Over the past year or so, I’ve been reading on and off an Oxford paperback collection of Mallarmé’s poems.
Live coverage of a momentous occasion at London’s Royal Albert Hall, where American maestro Karina Canellakis becomes the first woman to preside over the opening Prom. She guides the BBC Symphony Orchestra
15 Minutes of Power: The Uncertain Life of British Ministers Peter Riddell ‘Annual reshuffles are crazy,’ remarked one of the prime minister’s most trusted advisers in July 1999 as I hovered outside the