The commentator is steeped in more controversy.
The Sunderland boss was caught threatening a reporter after she asked him a difficult question.
Sherlock Holmes outwits the Doctor and John Luther in popularity poll.
Jatupat Boonpattararaksa is accused of lese-majeste, or insulting the monarchy.
Mourinho watched another frustrating United performance.
Umenyiora won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants.
Spoiler alert: Sherlock faces some uncomfortable home truths in 'The Final Problem.'
The unpopular move will mean two million car radios will become redundant in the country.
Farah finished fourth in BBC Sports Personality of the Year based on number of votes.
"She knows what she's doing." Loach tells Newsweek what he thinks about May's attitude to austerity.
"The Grand Tour" star tells Newsweek it's "just not British" to discuss money.
Jens Stoltenberg spoke as 4,000 troops prepare to shore up defenses around the Baltic Sea.
The Russian president also seemed to take a swipe at the BBC, CNN and other Western broadcasters.
"It's the opposite of what a good broadcaster should do, which is stimulate and invigorate," says Palme d'Or winner.
Government-backed plan will "dismantle" the Beeb, says the Time Lord actor.
There was outrage over the introduction of a girlfriend for the popular hand puppet.
The actor will now be the BBC car show's lead host, replacing Chris Evans.
The Great British Bake Off's move to Channel 4 is simply indicative of the state of British TV.
Rowling's pseudonymous Robert Galbraith novels are being adapted for television.
Audience figures for Top Gear have plummeted since the controversial presenter left the show.
Stefan Henze was involved in an accident on August 12.
The 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' author quit his role as a producer for the BBC in 1943—now he's back.
The BBC has come under fire with MPs calling for top stars to have their wages revealed publicly.
The move could affect some of the corporation's biggest names.