Chris Evans’ Radio 2 breakfast show loses more than 400,000 listeners in the three months after he quit Top Gear, as Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw also sheds listeners
Chris Evans Radio 2 breakfast show loses more than 400000 listeners in

Chris Evans’ breakfast show loses 400,000 listeners after Top Gear exit

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Paul McStay
Rod Johnston
Mel Skellon McLaurin
Comments made by Christopher Biggins about bisexual people during Celebrity Big Brother did not breach broadcasting standards, it has been ruled
Comments made by Christopher Biggins about bisexual people during Celebrity Big Brother

Big Brother: Biggins' comments about bisexual people 'did not breach rules'

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Shaun Watson
Jan Ennis-Clark
Karíka Imre
Jennifer Farquharson
The BBC is a rotten place for a director, according to Ken Loach
The BBC is a rotten place for a director according to Ken Loach

Ken Loach: BBC news manipulative and deeply political

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Isobel Whittaker
Jan Ennis-Clark
Lee Walker
ITV have no Cold Feet about recommissioning another series of the popular drama
ITV have no Cold Feet about recommissioning another series of the popular drama

Cold Feet set for new series after successful return to ITV

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Clare Lorna White
BBC presenters have apologised after the broadcaster’s breakfast programme showed footage of a gorilla instead of Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon
BBC presenters have apologised after the broadcasters breakfast programme showed

BBC sorry for showing footage of gorilla instead of Nicola Sturgeon

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Shakey Scozzese
Maria Lobbie Habal
Aidan Lunn
Gary Lineker has said competition between broadcasters for sports rights is so intense that the BBC cannot take holding on to Match of the Day for granted.
Gary Lineker has said competition between broadcasters for sports rights is so

Gary Lineker: BBC can't take Match of the Day for granted

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Daniel Turner
Steve Miller
Richard Pope
The BBC has hit back against a renewed attack on what the Daily Mail has called its “Brexit bias” by pointing out that its EU coverage has been criticised by both sides of the debate
The BBC has hit back against a renewed attack on what the

BBC hits back at Daily Mail accusation of 'Brexit bias'

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Christopher Oxley
John Hastings
Ceri Mears
Pravda, one of the most famous and most controversial newspapers in the world, is planning to set up a branch in Edinburgh.
Pravda one of the most famous and most controversial newspapers in the

Pravda comes to Scotland 'to extend Russian influence in the UK'

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James Hare
Tom Os
What a Carrey-on! Strictly hits series high as Ed Balls goes green
What a Carreyon Strictly hits series high as Ed Balls goes green

Strictly Come Dancing hits series high as Ed Balls goes green

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Sebastian Ampofo
BBC Radio 4 has axed a show hosted by David Baddiel after outrage over jokes about the Queen’s sex life on her 90th birthday
BBC Radio 4 has axed a show hosted by David Baddiel after

BBC axes David Baddiel show after jokes about Queen's sex life

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Stephen France
John Hastings
Rob Kenyon
A rightwing Tory MP’s complaint about a Russell Howard comedy show in which he was described as a “windbag” and “toad-faced hypocrite” in Commons debates has been rejected
A rightwing Tory MPs complaint about a Russell Howard comedy show in

Tory MP’s ​complaint about Russell Howard jibes rejected by BBC Trust

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Jan Kennedy
Dave Wright
Steve El-Sharawy
Shelly Burgess
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Najama Khan
The president-elect was furious after BuzzFeed published a report claiming to show connections between Trump and Russia, using CNN’s earlier story
The presidentelect was furious after BuzzFeed published a report claiming to show

'You are fake news': Trump attacks CNN and BuzzFeed at press conference

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Andrew Milner
Roshan Muhammed Salih
Phyllis McKendrick Anderson
Reporters, editors, bloggers, columnists and TV anchors look back on a unique election that saw them both blacklisted and accused of providing free publicity. By Guardian US with Columbia Journalism Review.
Reporters editors bloggers columnists and TV anchors look back on a unique

How the media handled the Trump phenomenon

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Paul Bonbrest
Verg Matthews
Stevie Macdonald
From a bonanza of free airtime to an overt media campaign against him, Donald Trump was a candidate covered like no other. But were journalists unwitting accomplices in his election? And where does the industry go from here?
From a bonanza of free airtime to an overt media campaign against

Trump v the media: did his tactics mortally wound the fourth estate?

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Mal Williams
Carole Concha Bell
Neill Garfield
In the fragmented world of new media it is all to easy to experience only opinions we agree with. This list of rightwing titles can help liberals readers change that.
In the fragmented world of new media it is all to easy

So you want to get out of your bubble: try reading these conservative websites

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S W Dunlevy
Lyndsey Maiden
Jan Ennis-Clark