But no inquiry into It’s A Knockout pervert
‘Predator’ … Stuart Hall
THE BBC is expecting to pay compensation (so the TV Licence Payer) to Stuart Hall’s victims, Lord Patten revealed yesterday.
The BBC Trust chairman said he had been left sickened by the “awful allegations and stories” surrounding the TV star.
However, . . . → Read More: Stuart Hall victims ‘will get compo from the BBC’
When the BBC refurbished its London HQ at a cost of £1billion, its staff looked forward to settling into their new office space.
But a draconian directive from bosses has made sure they don’t make themselves too comfortable.
They have been urged not to bring in plants, kettles, microwaves, fridges or coat-stands.
‘Territorial’: . . . → Read More: BBC bans office pot plants as ‘territorial’: Foliage could be used for ‘desk-grab and form un-collaborative barriers’ with colleagues
Stuart Hall had a room set aside at the BBC where he could entertain ‘lady friends’ while waiting to appear on screen, a former colleague claimed today.
Hall, 83, has admitted indecently assaulting 13 girls, the youngest aged nine.
The sex offences took place between 1967 and 1986.
Linda McDougall, who worked as a . . . → Read More: BBC sex attacker Stuart Hall ‘had special room set aside to entertain lady friends at Corporation’s Manchester studios’
More than a million households do not pay the £145.50 annual fee Corporation fears it could lose out if the figure was known to the public Many people legally watch TV through catch-up services such as iPlayer
The BBC is refusing to disclose how many people say they do not need a television . . . → Read More: BBC refuses to say how many households do not need one because they catch-up online
Ex-R1 DJ fears arrest and says: We all knew about Savile. Top bosses targeted girls and sexism let pervs thrive.
De’Ath, shocking revelation
AN ex-Beeb producer freed without charge by Jimmy Savile cops told The Sun last night how stars preying on young women became rife there.
Wilfred De’Ath said . . . → Read More: Cleared Savile producer: Everyone at the BBC was at it
The BBC spent more than £130,000 of licence-fee payers money on counselling sessions for staff last year as stress-related absences soared, figures have shown.
The cash also went towards giving advice to staff dealing with issues including relationships, ‘life events’, immigration, family issues, debt and consumer rights, the BBC said.
Middle ranking staff who . . . → Read More: BBC wastes £130,000 a year of licence fee money on counselling for its ‘stressed’ staff
A woman has vowed to go to jail rather than pay her TV licence because she claimed she was abused by Jimmy Savile and 35 other men at the BBC’s headquarters.
Magistrates listened in shocked silence as 45-year-old Leisha Brookes explained why she would not pay the £145.50 fee.
She said: ‘No matter what . . . → Read More: I won’t pay my TV licence because I was abused by Jimmy Savile’: Woman claims 35 men attacked her while visiting the BBC headquarters
Taxi fares for top BBC executives have gone up by almost a fifth in the space of a year at a time when the BBC is trying to cut its spending, newly released figures show.
The BBC said that a ‘significant proportion’ of the taxi spend for the quarter was due to a . . . → Read More: BBC executive taxi claims ‘up 19 per cent’
RADIO 5 Live host Victoria Derbyshire might sound as though she’s broadcasting from the BBC’s £1billion MediaCity in Salford but the webcams tell a different tale.
The BBC webcam reveals an empty Salford studio while Victoria Derbyshire was on air
Log on to the station’s website for her morning show and more often . . . → Read More: BBC wastes money as webcams show host Victoria Derbyshire is not in Salford