The Doctor Who lead writer praises the corporation's "insane variety". Moffat defends BBC from critics Jay Hunt weighs in on the inevitable Strictly versus X Factor Saturday night showdown. C4 boss backs X Factor in ratings wars Get ready for more crime from Scandinavia. The Bridge returns to BBC Four this autumn The SNP leader made the comments during this year's Edinburgh International TV Festival. Sturgeon wants TV to portray more women Iannucci noted that the "experts" making decisions are "executives, media owners, industry gurus" - not creatives. Should Steven Moffat help decide BBC's future? ITV will publish the start time for every episode of The X Factor. ITV asks BBC to avoid Strictly, X Factor clash BBC says it is legally required to provide the best value for money to licence fee payers. Met Office loses BBC weather contract "It would be completely all-consuming," says the Classic Car Show presenter. Jodie Kidd won't join new Top Gear All aboard the Strictly Express! When does Strictly Come Dancing launch? iPlayer's most popular trio are gone, but the Beeb doesn't think this is an issue. BBC unconcerned by Top Gear iPlayer drop off Sorry smartphone and tablet users, your wait for BBC iPlayer Live Restart continues. iPlayer Live Restart comes to mobile next year BBC iPlayer just became a whole lot more attuned to your individual viewing needs. iPlayer update brings Live Restart to TVs Nearly 200 documentaries were privately funded, breaching impartiality and sponsorship rules. BBC documentaries broke Ofcom funding rules Radio presenter defends himself: "Fat chavvy mums with their boobs out on buses isn't a good look." BBC DJ suspended for breastfeeding jibes BBC Three would air as a "temporary transitional channel" from January 2016. BBC Three could move online by Feb 2016 On-demand service hits the milestone within the space of a month. BBC iPlayer Radio downloads top 1 million His BBC sitcom The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin ran between 1976 and 1979. Reginald Perrin writer David Nobbs dies Doctor Who and Sherlock showrunner says the government "must have something more important to do". Moffat: BBC funding cuts would be vandalism Undercover and Thirteen will be co-produced by the BBC and AMC. BBC America orders two new series What to do when the camera pans away after your piece to camera? Pretend to use an iPad of course! Watch a BBC presenter tap invisible iPad The Kaiser Chiefs frontman thinks his show will be the victim of the government's crackdown on the BBC. Ricky Wilson: Government will end The Voice The trio start filming for their "really liberating" Amazon Prime show in the New Year. Clarkson, May, Hammond didn't consider ITV He commentated on 50 Grand Nationals and a massive 14,000 races in his career. 'Voice of Racing' Peter O'Sullevan dies 10,000 hours of paid-for programming planned for ambitious anti-subscription service. BBC Store to sell 'digital DVDs' of top shows Doctor Who and Sherlock showrunner makes an impassioned defence of the corporation. Moffat: We can't let Tories switch off BBC A whole host of celebrities have backed the BBC after criticisms from the UK government. Wolf Hall's Mark Rylance praises the BBC The comedian was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, which is affecting his left hand. Parkinson's forces Billy Connolly to give up banjo YoVivo, ArtStation and a revamped version of BBC News headline our round-up. 9 awesome new apps for your mobile Conservatives say the BBC could make it hard for competitors to "monetise emerging technologies". BBC iPlayer threat from government The broadcaster will celebrate work of Andy Warhol and other pioneers in August. BBC to celebrate pop art in special week A whole host of celebrities have joined forces to protect "a very precious institution". Stars sign open letter to PM over BBC plans Listeners won't need a live internet connection if the programme has been downloaded. BBC iPlayer launches radio downloads The journalist is staying with the broadcaster - joining BBC Radio 4's Today programme. Nick Robinson leaves BBC political role The third series launched on Amazon Prime Instant Video at the end of 2014. Ripper Street returns on BBC1 this month The around-the-clock news channel is thought to cost the broadcaster £66.2m a year. Could BBC News channel be moving online? New micro-computer is 18 times faster than the original BBC Micro. BBC giving Micro Bit computers to 1m kids The site features behind-the-scenes footage, mini-films, reviews and news from the show. Top Gear has launched a new website Rona Fairhead responds to George Osborne's plan for the BBC to cover cost of free TV licences for over-75s. BBC Trust "cannot endorse" licence fee change 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