Director Tony Hall confirms plans for a "simpler, leaner" corporation. BBC cuts 1,000 jobs in bid to save £50m The broadcaster faces £150m-a-year shortfall due to drop in number of licence fee payers. BBC reported to slash 'hundreds' of jobs The corporation may be able to sub-license the rights back, as Eurosport signs £920m Europe-wide deal. BBC loses control of Olympics rights An empty studio with Hammond and May introducing two pre-recorded segments was our farewell. Top Gear: Twitter reacts to last show Bob, Stuart and Kevin conduct the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and visit Blue Peter. Watch Minions steal the TARDIS from the BBC Newsbeat gets its own smartphone application for iOS and Android devices. BBC launches news app for young adults The BBC are putting together a wide range of programmes to celebrate India. Goodness Gracious Me cast for one-off special BBC director general Tony Hall openly discusses the future of the licence fee. BBC licence fee has 10 years of life in it A new documentary series and rock-themed radio shows will air this summer across the channel. BBC announces Rock n Roll America season New technology lets the viewer change programmes just by thinking about it. Mind-controlled TV developed by BBC The 60 new episodes of the show will air on Nick Jr next year. Teletubbies picked up by Nickelodeon in US Director of Television says they have to make bold moves to ensure the future of the BBC. Danny Cohen defends BBC Three axe A man is detained by police after apparently threatening to set himself on fire. Man arrested outside BBC Broadcasting House The hard-hitting documentaries will air on BBC Two and BBC Four. BBC orders George Best, Dunblane docs The move is part of plans to "drastically reduce the size and cost of BBC buildings". BBC selling Media Village site in west London The final two episodes of the lavish war drama will air Saturday from 9pm. Watch exclusive clip from BBC Four's 1864 No more interrogations at Arrivals for our favourite giant lizard. Godzilla is now a citizen of Japan "The welfare of those taking part is of paramount importance." BBC defends Britain's Hardest Grafter 'Poverty porn' accused of exploiting low-paid contestants. 22,000 sign petition to axe new BBC show The series will show some of Dickens' famous characters as their lives interweave in London. BBC One's Dickensian adds Caroline Quentin Instant EE 4G goalmouth action straight to your phone. BBC trials phone replays at FA Cup final Jessie joined up with Tom Bleasby using the karaoke app Smule. Watch Jessie J get outsung by a superfan The commentator discusses the importance of the competition and how the BBC has pushed it. Guy Mowbray: 'FA Cup is still the best' Rivals including Netflix and Sky are pulling audiences to alternative services. BBC iPlayer figures drop for third month Wii U users can watch BBC programming through the GamePad. BBC iPlayer finally arrives on Wii U Unresolved trademark issues are threatening to derail the Daniel Radcliffe project. Rockstar is suing the BBC over GTA drama Former producer Andy Wilman says the BBC "had a wobble" after the show's 2002 return. Hammond was almost axed from Top Gear Take a look at this year's extensive festival schedule from around the world. Ultimate festival guide for summer 2015 Sarah Cawood expects Eurovision to be monumentally anticlimactic. Ex-Eurovision host slams the BBC Canine comedy is dropped by the broadcaster to make way for new shows. BBC Four axes Puppy Love after one series The Liverpudlian is bringing his variety show to our screens from the Hackney Empire. The John Bishop Show heading to BBC One Broadcast channel gets a stay of execution as BBC Trust decides whether to approve closure plans. BBC Three axe delayed until 2016 UKIP party leader says BBC can operate on one-third of the licence fee charge. Nigel Farage: 'Reduce BBC licence fee' Revel Horwood said that the changes to the X Factor are exciting. Craig Revel Horwood wants Dermot for Strictly The fire on Great Portland Street was seen by BBC radio DJs from inside their studios. BBC radio DJs alarmed by fire scare The event will feature live events and performances across the UK. BBC Music Day announced for June Staff member who worked on the first GTA admits he has doubts about the BBC project. GTA writer sceptical about BBC Two drama Broadcaster says internet content delivery is paving the way for new projects. BBC hints at VR and Ultra HD initiatives "I am a supporter of the BBC and I think it should be renewed," says the Labour leader. Ed Miliband: 'We should protect the BBC' Peter Kay's Car Share will be available for a week online before it is shown on TV. Peter Kay sitcom for iPlayer before TV