“Didn’t anyone look at someone else in the room and say ‘they’re going to laugh at us?’”
It's A Sin creator weighs into BBC row following culture secretary's comments.
"I'll jump in, as I really don't understand what you're saying."
Fiona Irving took to Twitter to say: "It's not funny. It's misogynistic."
The show's producer said he hopes to "explore how Savile’s offending went unchecked for so long".
“We’re a G7 country, how can that be right?”
"This is me, I am George. I can’t wait to be your friend.”
Ros Atkins dismantled the growing fears around empty supermarket shelves.
The former Take Me Out host took over presenting duties from Sue Barker last week.
The host also cracked jokes at the expense of Laurence Fox and Late Night Mash's new home on Dave.
The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) is a British public service broadcasting organisation. It was founded in 1922, and in 1936 launched the world's first regular high definition television service. It operates under Royal Charter in a licence agreement with the UK government, and receives money from the licence fee which is supplemented by the commercial activities of BBC Worldwide. The BBC operates several television channels, including the flagship BBC One and Two channels, as well as radio stations serving the whole of the UK and its different regions.