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BBC Radio 1 denies banning Madonna from playlist
BBC Radio 1 denies banning Madonna from playlist

BBC Radio 1 has denied the rumors that claim that they banned Madonna from their playlist due to her age.

Darcey Bussell to present BBC Young Dancer 2015 final

Darcey Bussell is to join the presenting team on the BBC Young Dancer competition.

Cliff Richard to sue BBC, police over house raid
Cliff Richard to sue BBC, police over house raid

 Singer Cliff Richard is considering taking legal action over the televised raid on his home.

Sir Cliff Richard to sue BBC for filming police raid on his home
Sir Cliff Richard to sue BBC for filming police raid on his home

 Sir Cliff Richard will reportedly sue the BBC for filming police raid on his home.

Barcelona looking to '"MNS" to eclipse Real's "'BBC"
Barcelona looking to '"MNS" to eclipse Real's "'BBC"

While Real Madrid`s fearsome attacking trio of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema has become known collectively as "BBC" in Spain, Barcelona are confident "MNS" can be at least as lethal.

BBC tried to steal from 'archives': Iran state TV

Iranian state television has accused the BBC of trying to steal "artistic, historic and cultural documents" from government archives in the Islamic Republic.

Britain falls out of love with chicken tikka masala

After topping the chart for Britain's favourite dish for over a decade it seems the popularity of chicken tikka masala has finally taken a hit.

BBC reporters 'badly beaten' in Russia

A team of BBC journalists was assaulted in southern Russia while researching a story about soldiers "being killed at the Ukraine border," the company said today after lodging a protest with Russian authorities.

Google removes 12 BBC news stories in wake of `right to be forgotten`

A total of 12 BBC News stories have been removed from some search results following a landmark privacy ruling in Europe on the right to be forgotten.

Radio presenter Mike Smith dies

Former BBC Radio 1 presenter Mike Smith has passed away due to complications following a major heart surgery. He was 59.

Barca agrees to meet Liverpool`s release clause in Suarez`s contract

Spanish giants Barcelona have informed Liverpool that they would meet the release clause in striker Luis Suarez`s contract.

Former team mate says `aloof` Vincent easy target for match fixers

Former team-mate Iain O`Brien has said banned former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent was an easy target for match fixers because of his aloof behaviour and feeling of self-doubt.

Daft Punk for new Worldwide documentary

Grammy-award winning music duo Daft Punk are to be the subject of a new TV documentary. French pay channel Canal Plus has commissioned a 60-minute special, reportedly.

British MP slams BBC`s Narendra Modi coverage

Britain`s senior Indian-origin Minister, Priti Patel, has made an official complaint to the BBC over its seemingly one-sided coverage of India`s new Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.

British Indian MP flays BBC over Modi coverage

A British Indian MP has come down heavily on the BBC for a programme on India`s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi that she stated was not objective.

BBC Radio Devon DJ David Lowe loses job over racist word

A veteran BBC local radio DJ has lost his job after playing a song on his golden oldies show containing a racist word.

Ex-BBC man Hall got teens drunk and raped them, court hears

British former broadcaster Stuart Hall repeatedly plied two young teenage girls with drink and raped them in his BBC dressing room, a court heard today.

Ukrainian pilot killed in eastern town operations

Ukraine`s Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said Friday that gunmen shot down at least two army helicopters in the eastern town of Sloviansk, killing one pilot and capturing the other.

BBC``s Top Gear apologises for racist remark

British television series Top Gear`s producer has apologised for broadcasting a "light-hearted" joke by its host Jeremy Clarkson that sparked a complaint of racism by an India-origin actress, media reported Wednesday.

McDowell says fearless rookies will be a Masters threat

Former U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell believes a rookie could burst from the pack and win this week`s Masters for the first time since Fuzzy Zoeller`s shock victory on his Augusta debut in 1979.