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Published: July 2014

Greg Dyke criticises political intervention in BBC Trust appointment It is not surprising that ministers are struggling to appoint a new BBC Trust chairman, two former leaders at the broadcaster said, because of political intervention and a lack of clarity about the...

30 July 2014 20:29

ITV pre-tax profits rise 40% to £250m ITV has reported a 40% rise in pre-tax profits to £250m in the first half, fuelled by the World Cup in Brazil that resulted in a TV ad revenue surge of 13% in the second quarter.

30 July 2014 07:49

Australian Communications and Media Authority criticised inaccuracy and misleading promotion

30 July 2014 07:40

Melvyn Bragg and John Humphrys in tense standoff on Radio 4 The playful linguistic feud between the broadcasters John Humphrys and Melvyn Bragg peaked on Monday afternoon as the pair attempted to settle a simmering question: should the present tense be used...

28 July 2014 17:29

Top Gears Jeremy Clarkson deliberately used offensive racial term Jeremy Clarkson deliberately used a pejorative racial term to refer to an Asian man on BBC2s Top Gear, causing offense without justification and breaching broadcasting rules.

28 July 2014 11:04

Every fortnight we publish a Broadcast Bulletin which includes our complaints adjudications.

28 July 2014 11:04

BBC Worldwide: smoke and mirrors The BBCs commercial arm Worldwide formerly BBC Enterprises used to be a simple affair.

27 July 2014 19:00

There’a lot wrong with Russia Today (RT), the tv news service. Freedom of expression is not one of them.

16 July 2014 04:21

Viewers and listeners often complain to us about programmes they've seen or heard on TV and radio.

14 July 2014 10:10

Blast 106 has won a High Court battle with UK radio regulator Ofcom to continue broadcasting after it decided not to renew its licence.

10 July 2014 19:11

Blast 106 has won a High Court battle with Ofcom to continue broadcasting after the regulator decided not to renew its licence.

10 July 2014 19:06

Sometimes it’s worth examining the propaganda tools, the war of words, and then comparing it against the facts.

10 July 2014 00:05
09 July 2014 19:34

Viewers and listeners in the UK have long enjoyed a rich heritage of broadcasting and quality programming.

09 July 2014 08:00

Broadcaster says he left the station voluntarily rather than getting axed.

08 July 2014 17:46

The watershed, which continues to be a vital tool in protecting young TV viewers, is 50 years old this month.The watershed, which continues to be a vital tool in protecting young TV viewers, is 50...

03 July 2014 08:01

The watershed, which continues to be a vital tool in protecting young TV viewers, is 50 years old this month.

03 July 2014 07:58

If you read other books about the BBC or interviews by ex-staff this atmosphere seems to have been prevalent way before offshore radio existed of the British coast.

01 July 2014 11:33

If you read other books about the BBC or interviews by ex-staff this atmosphere seems to have been prevalent way before offshore radio existed of the British coast.

01 July 2014 11:33
Published: June 2014

All complaints to: www.independent.co.uk d-in-pirate-radio-9570462. html Jimmy Savile 's crimes are rooted in pirate radio John Peel was allowed to run a 'schoolgirl of the year' competition on his...

30 June 2014 17:19

Between 1979 and 1989 (ceased because of saw and rap) I taped every "Pick of the Pops" broadcast on Radio 1, carefully editing out Blackburn, Vance etc.

08 June 2014 17:22
Published: May 2014

was thargside Gerry Sinclair or am I barking up the wrong tower block. I remember it well - 'On 90 to 94 MHz this is Thargside' Later on in the same broadcast they took the mickey out of Radio...

19 May 2014 20:17
Published: April 2014

Here is the line-up for Our broadcast this weekend on MAR Saturday 26 April 2014 16:00 Kelley Collins 18:00 Paul Jay (replay 2012) 20:00 Dave Rogers (replay 2012) 22:00 Rodger Dee Sunday 27 April...

26 April 2014 16:09

From: Christopher England When you actually look past the usual trolls and multiple IP nutters, and the usual moaners that don't like it because it hasn't got 90 year old dj's broadcasting from the...

06 April 2014 14:10

Well, here we are at day 3 of Groundhog Day, after a day, night, and now day of the same hour long recordings of non-stop music from the Birkenhead Broadcasters claiming they are Radio Caroline...

02 April 2014 09:17
Published: March 2014

Hallo everyone. On www.offshoreradio.de and then scroll a little bit down, you can there now read this:

13 March 2014 22:22

Maybe I don’t realise it but I am potentially sounding like a long haired dinosaur rock enthusiast. Lovers of ‘progressive rock’ will lament the passing of the concept album.

09 March 2014 13:00
Published: February 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Liverpool February 2014 'The Lady is Fifty'

13 February 2014 23:24
Published: October 2013

What a story. So , so very lucky that nobody from Caroline went on the ship with him as any connection with something like that would have been a complete PR disaster for the station - especially...

27 October 2013 10:54
Published: July 2013

My understanding was that they were gradually going to switch the UK terrestrial multiplexes to the T2 MP4 format which allows broadcasters to either get more standard definition channels in, or...

19 July 2013 09:37

Hi All I'm confused. So OFCOM gets money from broadcasters. It then gives some of this money to community stations, but why?

12 July 2013 11:14
Published: May 2013

Happy Monday all Sorry to say our mp3 stream is down, we are trying to to sort the problem out. You can still hear our AAC+ & 32kbs streams, as well as our fantastic 105fm broadcast

06 May 2013 10:35
Published: April 2013

Hello everyone. On www.radioseagull.com you can now read this: 1395 AM - April 2013

30 April 2013 17:00
Published: February 2013

Ofcom has awarded the licence to run the local TV service in London on digital terrestrial TV (DTT).

05 February 2013 15:20
Published: January 2013
20 January 2013 13:11

Christopher Some of these people are genuinely trying to offer a service NOT offered by the current commercial operations.

17 January 2013 16:23

POPTASTIC! Tony Blackburn's Life on Air Join us as we celebrate the career of one of our most loved broadcasters, Tony Blackburn!

16 January 2013 10:25
Published: November 2012

It has been announced that Garrison Radio is to close in March. The announcement was made at the end of last week after the station failed to get enough money to continue after the Ministry of...

19 November 2012 21:33
Published: October 2012

Your poor people having to pay for this! Autumnwatch returns to BBC Two

16 October 2012 12:15
Published: September 2012

(Originally published at christopherengland.com - reproduced here for the entertainment and commentary on the Anorak Nation)

04 September 2012 16:44
Published: August 2012

For me , it's not just the fact it's Dutch - if i was really interested , i would take the troublr to translate it. it's just that it's always about the same old things.

29 August 2012 19:20

I would second what you are saying Eric. At risk of sounding rude , This is an English language forum about UK or worldwide technology and broadcasting subjects.

25 August 2012 09:31

The digital switch-over has quietly commenced at four BBC local radio stations in England, RadioToday.co.uk can reveal.

20 August 2012 13:46

Hi all We here at MAR are celebrating the life of Rick Dane (Radio Jackie North), in November.

08 August 2012 07:06

Your dire predictions could well come true , at least as far as commercial radio is concerned.

03 August 2012 12:59

I have to agree with you on this. I think that once the Youview box catches on (still far too expensive to buy just for fun) then the idea of watching something a) 'live' and b) 'though the air'...

02 August 2012 16:34

Looks like R3 and 5live should be axed to save money as less stake holders would be affected. Eric

02 August 2012 16:20

When I first read this, I thought it was one of the most stupid ideas I had heard for quite a while.

02 August 2012 09:16

Well, yes, why not? It kinda is already for most young people who are already watching TV via their laptops/​iPads/​phones, and not using any old fashioned 'receivers'.

01 August 2012 20:56

I can not really decide if i agree with the overall principal of what the peers are saying or not.

01 August 2012 19:53