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Amy Lamé asks: do we need men?

BBC - Fri Jul 10, 1:19 PM ET

In the week when scientists create sperm in a test tube, broadcaster Amy Lamé asks if we really need men, and Michael Portillo struggles to put up much defence.

  • Madoff's lawyer speaks outBBC - Fri Jul 10, 1:14 PM ET

    Bernard Madoff's lawyer has told the BBC that his client is "deeply sorry" for committing massive fraud.

  • Jaguar Land Rover warns of job cutsBBC - Fri Jul 10, 1:11 PM ET

    Jaguar Land Rover, the car company which is losing an estimated £1m a day, has unveiled a new model.

  • Antwerp diamond sales lose lustreBBC - Fri Jul 10, 1:06 PM ET

    Antwerp is the world centre for trade in diamonds but the recession has hit demand, leading to around 1000 job cuts in the industry.

  • Hanif Kueishi on his new playBBC - Fri Jul 10, 1:02 PM ET

    A new play about the rise of radical Islam is about to open at the National Theatre in London. The novelist Hanif Kureishi has based it on his novel, The Black Album.

  • fast:track Space Special - FlagstaffBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:59 PM ET

    Karen Bowerman reports from Flagstaff, Arizona - a potential key site for space tourism

  • Legendary gig turned into filmBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:57 PM ET

    Thirty-five years after the legendary Rumble In The Jungle boxing match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman, an equally legendary concert held prior to the match has been turned into a new film, Soul Power.

  • fast:track Space Special - StargazingBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:57 PM ET

    Carmen Roberts finds out why Australia's an ideal place to gaze at the stars.

  • What makes cheetahs so fast?BBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:45 PM ET

    Scientists at Whipsnade Zoo are using high-speed cameras and a sensitive track to find out exactly what makes cheetahs the fastest running animals on the planet.

  • 'Uneasy calm' in UrumqiBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:31 PM ET

    The situation in China's riot-torn city of Urumqi is now under control after the deployment of thousands of troops, local Communist officials have said.

  • Will 'Bruno' offend or amuse Austrians?BBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:26 PM ET

    Austrians are apparently not sure whether to laugh or cry at Sacha Baron Cohen's latest film, which is opening in Austria.

  • US criticised for damage to BabylonBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:20 PM ET

    The UN cultural agency, Unesco, has said US troops in Iraq caused considerable damage to the ancient site of Babylon by using it as a military base after the 2003 invasion.

  • China quake destroys 10,000 homesBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:16 PM ET

    An earthquake in south-western China has destroyed 10,000 homes and injured more than 300 people, according to state media.

  • Man gored to death at bull festivalBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:14 PM ET

    A young Spanish man has been gored to death in the traditional running of the bulls in Pamplona, northern Spain, the first to die at the controversial festival for 15 years.

  • General Motors out of bankruptcyBBC - Fri Jul 10, 12:13 PM ET

    The American car-maker, General Motors, has emerged from bankruptcy.

  • Tokyo 'most expensive expat city'BBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:52 PM ET

    An annual survey by the consultants Mercer has branded Tokyo the most expensive city to live as an expat, thanks to the soaring value of the Yen

  • UK businesses more "confident"BBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:51 PM ET

    David Frost, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, has said a survey of 5600 British companies has shown a "marked upturn in confidence" among them.

  • Tentative boost for shipyardBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:50 PM ET

    A Scottish shipyard is to begin building one of two giant new aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy, after 11 years of planning.

  • How well do DAB car radios work?BBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:43 PM ET

    Zoe Kleinman tests an installed DAB car radio and one that plays digital stations on an FM car radio.

  • Abba's Benny back in spotlightBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:42 PM ET

    Benny Andersson, the man behind some of pop music's most enduring songs, is back with a new track which is reminiscent of his work with Swedish supergroup Abba.

  • Japan's Aeon sees 62% earnings diveBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:42 PM ET

    Japan's second-largest retailer Aeon has reported a massive 62% drop in earnings. Operating profit dropped to $91m in its first quarter.

  • Former US defence secretary diesBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:32 PM ET

    The former US Defence Secretary, Robert McNamara has died at the age of 93.

  • Obama in Russia for nuclear talksBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:29 PM ET

    US President Barack Obama is attending a US-Russia summit in Moscow expected to focus on arms control issues.

  • Fans to attend Jackson ceremonyBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:24 PM ET

    Thousands of Michael Jackson fans are descending on Los Angeles to attend the singer's memorial service which is to be held on Tuesday.

  • Puppets take on politics in KenyaBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:22 PM ET

    A satirical puppet show is giving a group of scriptwriters and puppeteers a chance to delve into the murky world of Kenyan politics.

  • Obama urges Russia partnershipBBC - Tue Jul 7, 12:16 PM ET

    On the second day of his trip to Russia, President Obama has called for a strong, peaceful and prosperous Russia, working in partnership with the United States.

  • Questions over what the papers sayBBC - Mon Jul 6, 6:15 AM ET

    Are UK national newspapers beacons of truth and honesty or gutter press peddling sensationalist stories and celebrity gossip? Ross Hawkins reports.

  • Comorons denounce Yemenia AirlinesBBC - Mon Jul 6, 3:02 AM ET

    There has been anger on the streets of Paris. French Comorons marched in protest of Yemenia Airlines' poor safety record.

  • Iran's defiant alcohol smugglersBBC - Mon Jul 6, 3:01 AM ET

    Illegal alcohol smugglers in Iran face jail or even death if caught, but men regularly load their mules with cases of vodka in the hope of earning some money.

  • Museum for most famous BelgianBBC - Mon Jul 6, 2:49 AM ET

    A new museum has opened in Belgium to celebrate the work of illustrator Herge, and in particular his most famous creation.

  • Zelaya's jet blocked in HondurasBBC - Mon Jul 6, 12:38 AM ET

    Honduras's ousted President Zelaya has been forced to divert his homecoming jet to Nicaragua after it was barred from landing in Tegucigalpa.

  • Bulgaria's socialists face defeatBBC - Sun Jul 5, 7:01 PM ET

    Exit polls in Bulgaria indicate the centre-right party led by ex-Mayor of Sofia Boiko Borisov is heading for a significant victory over the ruling Socialist Party. Nick Thorpe reports.

  • US community in fear of serial killerBBC - Sun Jul 5, 6:01 PM ET

    Police and residents in the US state of South Carolina are on high alert after a string of shootings that they believe may be the work of a serial killer.

  • 'Stay away' warning on Jackson serviceBBC - Sun Jul 5, 3:58 PM ET

    Los Angeles Police Department Assistant Chief Jim McDonnell has warned people without tickets to the Michael Jackson memorial to stay away from the sealed-off area, telling they they would better off watching the event at home with friends.

  • SFO to launch Phoenix-Rover inquiryBBC - Sun Jul 5, 2:06 PM ET

    The Serious Fraud Office is to launch an investigation into the circumstances of the collapse of MG Rover.

  • Afghan residents 'flee' homesBBC - Sun Jul 5, 1:05 PM ET

    Local residents in Afghanistan have started to flee areas where a US-led mission are taking back Taliban controlled territory.

  • Bomb hits Philippine church-goersBBC - Sun Jul 5, 8:00 AM ET

    A bomb blast outside a Roman Catholic cathedral in the southern Philippines has killed five people and injured at least 26 others, officials say.

  • Floods hit China and VietnamBBC - Sun Jul 5, 7:10 AM ET

    Torrential rain and flash floods have caused chaos in China and Vietnam, with over 30 fatalities and thousands of people displaced.

  • Americas group suspends HondurasBBC - Sun Jul 5, 4:58 AM ET

    The Organization of American States has suspended Honduras in protest at the ousting of President Manuel Zelaya. The rare decision was made at an emergency meeting of the 35-member group in Washington. Stephen Gibbs reports

  • Zelaya vows to return to HondurasBBC - Sun Jul 5, 2:28 AM ET

    Ousted President Manuel Zelaya has vowed to return to Honduras on Sunday, despite being threatened with arrest.

 

  • Burma junta leader snubs UN chiefBBC - Sat Jul 4, 6:42 PM ET

    Burma's junta has refused to allow visiting UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to meet jailed opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

  • Venetian wi-fi open to internet surfersBBC - Sat Jul 4, 5:59 PM ET

    The Italian city of Venice has launched what is believed to be the most extensive, wireless internet system anywhere in Europe.

  • China floods displaces 300,000BBC - Sat Jul 4, 5:19 PM ET

    Authorities have moved more than 300,000 people from their homes in southern China after severe flooding.

  • North Korea missile tests defy UNBBC - Sat Jul 4, 1:51 PM ET

    North Korea has test-fired a series of missiles in an apparent act of defiance on 4 July, American Independence Day.

  • French village expects Tour boostBBC - Sat Jul 4, 6:06 AM ET

    The French village of Vatan is hoping to capitalise on its new status as part of the Tour de France cycle race.

  • Sarah Palin to quit as governorBBC - Fri Jul 3, 7:46 PM ET

    The former US Republican vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, has announced she is resigning as Alaska's governor.

  • Ticket details for Jackson memorialBBC - Fri Jul 3, 6:21 PM ET

    Details of the ticketing arrangements for the Michael Jackson memorial in Los Angeles next Tuesday have been announced.

  • Film 24 - the week's film releasesBBC - Fri Jul 3, 5:26 PM ET

    Mark Kermode reviews the UK's new movie releases including Public Enemies, Red Mist and Ice Age 3-D.

  • Tim Lovejoy on hysteriaBBC - Fri Jul 3, 9:01 AM ET

    Reaction to Michael Jackson's death might have recalled the outpouring after the death of Princess Diana or Jade Goody, so we spoke to broadcaster Tim Lovejoy and put hysteria in the spotlight.

  • fast:track: widgets of the weekBBC - Fri Jul 3, 8:33 AM ET

    Keith Wallace with two more widgets for busy business travellers.

  • UN chief meets Burma junta headBBC - Fri Jul 3, 7:32 AM ET

    UN chief Ban Ki-moon has been holding talks with Burma's military leader, General Than Shwe, at the start of a two-day visit to the country.

  • Will Hutton on the return on bonsuesBBC - Fri Jul 3, 6:03 AM ET

    Bankers are enjoying the return of bonuses - so are they too stupid to learn from their mistakes, or too greedy to care? Top economist Will Hutton gives his take of the week.

  • Student games' opening spectacularBBC - Fri Jul 3, 3:30 AM ET

    Around 10,000 athletes from 140 countries have converged on the Serbian capital, Belgrade, for the Universiade, or international student games.

  • Mixed fortunes for US car makersBBC - Thu Jul 2, 12:06 PM ET

    Sales figures for June show mixed fortunes for US car makers, with Ford beating estimates and GM and Chrysler disappointing.

  • Banning credit card chequesBBC - Thu Jul 2, 8:32 AM ET

    The Government is looking at banning credit card companies encouraging individuals to spend money they don't have by sending out blank credit card cheques. Labour John McFall explains more and journalist Will Self joins in the debate.

  • Tough choices for India's budgetBBC - Thu Jul 2, 6:18 AM ET

    India's new government is finalising its budget, due to be published on Monday, with both the country's poor and businesses hoping for more assistance.

  • Pupils discuss filming HardyBBC - Thu Jul 2, 5:21 AM ET

    Pupils from The Gryphon School in Dorset talk about their experiences making a feature film of Thomas Hardy's novel Far From the Madding Crowd.

  • East Coast rail line taken overBBC - Wed Jul 1, 6:34 PM ET

    The government says it intends to take the East Coast rail service, run by National Express, into state ownership.

  • Plans to sell Royal Mail shelvedBBC - Wed Jul 1, 6:08 PM ET

    The government's controversial proposal to part privatise Royal Mail has been shelved.

  • Actress Mollie Sugden dies at 86BBC - Wed Jul 1, 5:59 PM ET

    Mollie Sugden has died at the Royal Surrey Hospital after a long illness.

  • Jackson fans' tribute at ApolloBBC - Wed Jul 1, 5:34 PM ET

    Thousands of Michael Jackson fans spent Tuesday at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York, to celebrate his music.

  • Tigers hosed down in heatwaveBBC - Wed Jul 1, 5:29 PM ET

    Tigers at the Isle of Wight zoo have been hosed down to help them keep cool as the south of the UK swelters.

  • Grid 'can cope with variable winds'BBC - Wed Jul 1, 9:51 AM ET

    The National Grid can cope with the changing quantities of power generated by wind power without suffering power cuts or a meltdown, a study says.

  • Soap star Jones on the homelessBBC - Wed Jul 1, 6:11 AM ET

    Actor Bruce Jones, better known as Coronation Street's Les Battersby-Brown, slept rough for ten days and nights last winter.

  • Will Facebook ever make money?BBC - Wed Jul 1, 2:50 AM ET

    Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg on about revenue, privacy, and the future.

  • Wheelchair 'reads minds' to moveBBC - Tue Jun 30, 10:50 AM ET

    Researchers at Japanese car maker Toyota claim to have come up with a wheelchair that moves by reading people's minds.

  • French cuisine gets cheaperBBC - Tue Jun 30, 3:13 AM ET

    The French government has agreed to lower the tax charged at cafes and restaurants, with the aim of making eating out cheaper in the midst of a recession.

  • Johnny Depp's 'best ever' roleBBC - Mon Jun 29, 9:48 PM ET

    Johnny Depp has greeted screaming fans in London's Leicester Square at the UK premiere of his latest movie Public Enemies.

  • Jackson's mother 'granted custody'BBC - Mon Jun 29, 6:33 PM ET

    A court in Los Angeles has given the mother of Michael Jackson temporary custody of the star's three children.

  • Jackson father on grandchildrenBBC - Mon Jun 29, 6:32 PM ET

    A court in Los Angeles has awarded temporary custody of Michael Jackson's three children to his mother, Katherine.

  • Investors react to Madoff sentenceBBC - Mon Jun 29, 2:09 PM ET

    Bernard Madoff has been sentenced to 150 years in prison for massive fraud.

  • Massive hydro-electric scheme opensBBC - Mon Jun 29, 12:09 PM ET

    A £140m scheme to produce enough electricity to power every home in Glasgow, using nothing but the power of water, is being opened by the Queen.

  • Bruce Springsteen interview in fullBBC - Sat Jun 27, 1:19 PM ET

    The BBC's Steve Lamacq interviews rock veteran Bruce Springsteen ahead of his first Glastonbury.

  • Glastonbury 'excites' SpringsteenBBC - Sat Jun 27, 12:43 PM ET

    Bruce Springsteen has said that he is excited about playing his first Glastonbury festival.

  • Summer jobs shortage for studentsBBC - Sat Jun 27, 11:32 AM ET

    Student leaders have warned that young people's chances of getting summer work this year could be the worst in living memory.

  • Round-the-world solar plane unveiledBBC - Fri Jun 26, 3:00 PM ET

    Swiss adventurer Bertrand Piccard has unveiled a prototype of the solar-powered plane he hopes eventually to fly around the world.

  • Thriller Live performance to go aheadBBC - Fri Jun 26, 1:18 PM ET

    The musical based on Michael Jackson's life, Thriller Live, is to go on with performances following the death of the pop star.

  • Miquita Oliver on dressing for successBBC - Fri Jun 26, 7:31 AM ET

    Should what someone wears be important? With clothing hitting the headlines this week for the right and wrong reasons, presenter Miquita Oliver puts what we wear in the spotlight.

  • Uri Geller: Jackson was 'genius'BBC - Fri Jun 26, 3:19 AM ET

    Uri Geller has paid tribute to his close friend Michael Jackson, saying he will remember the musician for his "genius".

  • Jackson fans flock to hospitalBBC - Fri Jun 26, 12:33 AM ET

    Crowds of Michael Jackson fans began to gather at UCLA medical centre in Los Angeles, after it was announced that the singer was rushed there in critical condition.

 

  • Geller: Jackson 'went through hell'BBC - Thu Jun 25, 9:48 PM ET

    Michael Jackson's friend Uri Geller has said that Jackson had 'gone through hell' at various points in his career, with court cases, money problems and loneliness.

  • Ambulance at Jackson's houseBBC - Thu Jun 25, 9:48 PM ET

    Footage is released of an ambulance at Michael Jackson's Bel Air mansion in Los Angeles, responding to a medical emergency call.

  • BBC bosses' expenses revealedBBC - Thu Jun 25, 6:21 PM ET

    The BBC has revealed the expenses of its top managers, including more than #3,000 for two holidays cut short by boss Mark Thompson.

  • Maximo Park on opening GlastonburyBBC - Thu Jun 25, 5:40 PM ET

    Thousands of fans watched rock band Maximo Park kick off this year's Glastonbury Festival.

  • Viewer reaction to BBC expensesBBC - Thu Jun 25, 5:35 PM ET

    Licence fee payers have been giving their reaction to the release of BBC executives' expenses claims.

  • Corus cuts 2,000 steel jobsBBC - Thu Jun 25, 2:45 PM ET

    The steelmaker Corus is planning to cut 2,000 jobs at UK plants including Teesside, Scunthorpe and Rotherham.

  • BBC 'comfortable' over expensesBBC - Thu Jun 25, 2:26 PM ET

    The BBC's chief operating officer Caroline Thomson says the broadcaster is leading the sector in terms of transparency. Ms Thompson said she was "comfortable" with the expenses claims made by BBC executives.

  • Emily Eavis on Glastonbury 2009BBC - Thu Jun 25, 2:16 PM ET

    Emily Eavis on what the highlights of 2009's Glastonbury Festival will be.

  • Bell calls BBC expenses 'unreasonable'BBC - Thu Jun 25, 2:09 PM ET

    Former MP and BBC correspondent Martin Bell has welcomed the publication of BBC executive expenses claims.

  • BBC DG on expenses and salariesBBC - Thu Jun 25, 12:08 PM ET

    Mark Thompon discusses why the expenses and salaries of the BBC's top decision makers will be published.

  • Theatre play beamed around globeBBC - Thu Jun 25, 12:04 PM ET

    Dominic Cooper talks about his latest role starring alongside Helen Mirren in Phedre at the National Theatre.

  • Cameron Diaz "emotionally drained" in filmBBC - Thu Jun 25, 11:33 AM ET

    Cameron Diaz talks about her emotionally demanding role in the film 'my Sister's Keeper'.

  • Energy companies 'overcharging'BBC - Thu Jun 25, 11:27 AM ET

    The independent watchdog Consumer Focus has accused the big six energy suppliers of failing to fully pass on recent wholesale price cuts to the British public.

  • Brown: "we must not be victims"BBC - Thu Jun 25, 8:39 AM ET

    Gordon Brown has announced a new strategy to tackle internet-based crime and terrorism, with a new operations centre dedicated to countering cyber crime.

  • Energy suppliers 'overcharging'BBC - Thu Jun 25, 4:55 AM ET

    The independent watchdog Consumer Focus has accused energy suppliers of overcharging customers by nearly £1.7 billion.

  • Bank chief calls for borrowing cutBBC - Wed Jun 24, 7:40 PM ET

    The governor of the bank of England has taken the unusual step of going public about his unease over how the government is handling the country's massive debt.

  • Fans arrive early for GlastonburyBBC - Wed Jun 24, 6:54 PM ET

    Thousands of music fans have been pitching their tents two days before the festival actually starts.

  • King calls for borrowing cutBBC - Wed Jun 24, 3:58 PM ET

    The governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, has called for the government to show "greater ambition" in reducing public borrowing.

  • New HTC Hero smart phone revealedBBC - Wed Jun 24, 1:48 PM ET

    The Taiwanese firm HTC has launched a new touchscreen phone based on Google's Android operating system.

  • HARDtalk with Sir Richard Eyre 1BBC - Wed Jun 24, 9:46 AM ET

    Stephen Sackur talks to the theatre and film director Sir Richard Eyre.

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    Stephen Sackur talks to the theatre and film director Sir Richard Eyre.

  • Spain turns to 'tech tourism'BBC - Wed Jun 24, 7:35 AM ET

    Spain's Ministry for Tourism has turned to new ideas to support what is a crucial sector of the economy. It is offering new attractions to tourists and one of the proposals is 'Technology Tourism.'

  • Vocational courses on the riseBBC - Wed Jun 24, 3:00 AM ET

    New figures suggest a rise of 11% in vocational qualifications awarded in 2008.

  • Digital kills off Kodachrome eraBBC - Tue Jun 23, 7:10 PM ET

    Kodachrome, Kodak's brand of camera film that has dominated the mass market since its first appearance in the 1930s, is coming to an end.

  • Coldstream Guards get record dealBBC - Tue Jun 23, 10:52 AM ET

    The country's longest-serving military band, the Regimental Band of the Coldstream Guards have signed a record deal.

  • Award for Rwanda justice filmBBC - Tue Jun 23, 4:38 AM ET

    A new film has attempted to document the community-based justice system that was put in place in Rwanda to bring about reconciliation between the killers and the surviving relatives of those they slaughtered in the country's genocide.

  • Thai PM explains stimulus plansBBC - Tue Jun 23, 4:27 AM ET

    Sharanjit Leyl speaks to Thailand's Prime Minister about how he plans to use a $45bn stimulus package to boost his country's economy.

  • Talks aim to crack down on tax havensBBC - Tue Jun 23, 4:27 AM ET

    French and German governments are hosting a meeting of ministers in Berlin on Tuesday to review whether countries on their "grey list" have kept their promise to be more transparent and share information with tax authorities.

  • RBS boss set for #9.6m pay dealBBC - Mon Jun 22, 6:15 PM ET

    Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to approve a pay package worth up to #9.6m for its chief executive Stephen Hester.

  • Tarzan exhibition opens in ParisBBC - Mon Jun 22, 6:04 AM ET

    A new Tarzan exhibition has opened at a museum in Paris, aiming to show how the stories and films about the jungle hero have helped to form western attitudes towards Africa.

  • Hopes for German economic recoveryBBC - Mon Jun 22, 4:55 AM ET

    Germany's economy has suffered more than the UK or the US over the last six months, with overseas exports plunging, but there are signs that the worst could be over.

  • Many holidaymakers 'not protected'BBC - Sat Jun 20, 6:36 AM ET

    Consumer groups are warning that many holidaymakers will not be protected if there are problems with their bookings.

  • Criminals target online gamersBBC - Sat Jun 20, 3:32 AM ET

    Online gamers are being warned about criminals stealing their details and using them to hack into bank and credit card accounts.

  • Telstar tells story of '60s Cowell'BBC - Sat Jun 20, 2:10 AM ET

    Set against the backdrop of London in the early 60s, Telstar tells the story of the UK's first major independent record producer.

  • Iran's economic plightBBC - Fri Jun 19, 6:09 PM ET

    Jeremy Howell speaks to Iranian businessmen in Dubai about the economic outlook for their homeland.

  • Barbican goes green for eco showBBC - Fri Jun 19, 5:11 PM ET

    Nature has been an inspiration artists since the early cave dwellers, but now the Barbican Arts Centre in London has brought nature into the gallery.

  • How technology steers F1 carsBBC - Fri Jun 19, 12:09 PM ET

    A look at the hi-tech workings of a Formula 1 steering wheel, with Andy Stevenson from Force India.

  • Zero-gravity Moon mission trainingBBC - Fri Jun 19, 3:11 AM ET

    As the fortieth anniversary of the first Moon landing approaches the BBC's Richard Westcott got a taste of weightlessness on a zero-gravity training flight.

  • Get a Wiggle onBBC - Fri Jun 19, 2:04 AM ET

    As The Wiggles begin a UK tour, the BBC World Service arts editor, Lawrence Pollard, caught up with the foursome to find out what it takes to be part of the smash hit group.

  • 'Bruno' pushes satire boundariesBBC - Wed Jun 17, 7:11 PM ET

    Controversial comedian Sacha Baron Cohen pushes the boundaries of social satire with his latest film, 'Bruno'.

  • Debate on Scacchi's fishing filmBBC - Wed Jun 17, 9:15 AM ET

    Actor Greta Scacchi debates the ideas in her film with MPs Ben Bradshaw and Michael Gove, who both a background in fishing.

  • Digital Britain: What it meansBBC - Tue Jun 16, 2:37 PM ET

    The government has announced plans to ensure faster broadband in UK homes, and to give some of the BBC licence fee to other broadcasters.

  • BBC 'to share TV licence fee'BBC - Tue Jun 16, 10:00 AM ET

    The BBC could be forced to share the TV licence fee with commercial rivals with a report set to suggest how to help rivals cope with the impact of the internet.

  • Woody Allen back in New YorkBBC - Tue Jun 16, 9:01 AM ET

    Woody Allen's new movie, Whatever Works, is a homecoming for the director and the film's star, Larry David.

  • Virgin's plans to tackle piracyBBC - Mon Jun 15, 4:48 PM ET

    Virgin Media has launched its latest plan to combat music piracy, offering customers unlimited rights to download music from the Universal catalogue, but it will target customers who continue to download illegally.

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