Alan Yentob

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Alan Yentob may have had to fall on his sword last week and resign from his senior management job at the BBC, but it seems
Alan Yentob, the BBC's creative director and former chairman of trustees for the scandal-hit Kids Company, has resigned, citing
Alan Yentob has been lambasted for using the death of a teenager to make a political point about Kids Company. The BBC boss
Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh has delivered a much-mocked performance at her grilling by MPs today. She was
The young people being helped by Kids Company could "descend into savagery" and riot or loot if the charity closed, the charity
I'm not an expert on running a charity. But I am a businessperson and an entrepreneur. Every day I learn new things from other businesspeople - and I go out looking for new stuff to learn about running a successful business. I absolutely know there are millions of things I still don't even know that I don't know. But what I do know is that if you look at Kids Company from a business point of view, it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
Plans to empower Ofcom to vet and censor broadcasts for extremist content have been labelled "bonkers" by one of the BBC's
Alan Yentob, the BBC's creative director and one of its most famous faces, is suing the publishers of the Sunday Mirror over
In between the next eliminations - from the jungle and kitchen on 'I'm A Celebrity' and 'MasterChef' respectively - there
Salman Rushdie's ad for his new book, sorry I mean Alan Yentob's insightful investigation of years spent living a secret