bbc radio 1xtra

“In my country, we play a game where you are a white nationalist and kill all the N–s and gays,” the caller said.
The former Radio 1Xtra star quit the broadcaster in August over its use of a racist slur in a news report.
"We are asking everyone in the UK and around the world to not access any BBC content,” the InfluencHers open letter states.
She became the show’s first solo female presenter when she took over in 2016.
The BBC's News At 10 was forced to apologise after using footage of LeBron James in a report on Kobe's death.
Thousands of attendees were forced to leave the sold-out event early.
Eliminated ‘X Factor’ contestant Honey G was pulled off-air mid-way through a live radio interview, after she was posed a
In the run up to Christmas we will see more questions asked of the BBC and there will be plenty more speculation about the future broadcasting landscape of the UK. However, one thing is certain this year - radio remains vital in people's lives. Radio showed everyone that it is still the place in the media that is busy with innovation, has famous names people want to talk about and stations that millions of listeners are passionate about.
I hope young minds take the time to register before 20 April, so that on 7 May as many of us as possible have a choice. Registering is so important. It gives us the power to have our say. We are the judging panel and they are the X Factor hopeful, staring wide eyed down the camera lens mouthing 'vote for me' whilst miming a phone with their hand...