David Dimbleby

23 Jan 19
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David Dimbleby won an award at a National Television Awards event broadcast in front of an audience that had been whooping and hollering for soap stars and game show hosts, and used his speech in part to say he admired politicians cos they had a difficult job and were doing their best, but perhaps should […]

23 Jan 19
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Copyright of the image PA Legend of the image Ant and Dec won the best award for the eighteenth time – but were not in the show It was another year of gold for Ant and Dec, which was nominated as the best presenters for the tenth fourth time in the National Television Awards. The […]

23 Jan 19
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image rights PA image Description Ant and Dec won the best moderator prize for the 18th time – but they were not at the fair It was another golden year for Ant and Dec to be named best presenters for the 18th time at the National Television Awards. The award came as a surprise for […]

23 Jan 19
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Image copyright PA Image caption Ant and Dec won the best presenter award for an 18th time – but were not at the show It has been another golden year for Ant and Dec, who were named Best Presenters for the 18th National Television Awards. The award came as a surprise for the pair, who […]

22 Jan 19
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Image copyright PA Image caption Ant and Dec won the best presenter award for an 18th time It has been another golden year for the Ant and Dec, who were named as best presenters at the National Television Awards. The award came as a surprise for the pair. Ant appears emotional, describing the win as […]

22 Jan 19
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22 Jan 19
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Image copyright PA Image caption Ant and Dec won the best presenter award for an 18th time – but were not at the show It has been another golden year for Ant and Dec, who were named as best presenters for the 18th time at the National Television Awards. The award came as a surprise […]

23 Jan 19
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Here are all the winners and nominations from the National Television Awards 2019 last night.

21 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
HE has spent the past 40 years as the face of the BBC’s political broadcasting – fronting Question Time and every General Election night since 1979. But David Dimbleby will be swapping fibbing MPs for showbiz luvvies at Tuesday night’s ­National Television Awards. David Dimbleby stood down from Question Time after a quarter of a century at the helm I can reveal the stalwart, who recently stood down from BBC1’s Question Time after 25 years in the hot seat, will be given the NTA’s 2019 Special ­Recognition honour. An awards source said: “David is a giant of British broadcasting. “He has been the people’s champion, putting questions from viewers to politicians and using remarkable skill and often forceful encouragement to get proper answers back. “He has been, and still is, a key part of Britain’s ­cultural landscape. He has been chief commentator for countless state occasions, including royal weddings and the 1997 funeral of Princess Diana. The broadcaster announces that ‘we are out of’ the EU in June 2016 “He not only anchored TV coverage of the first referendum on Europe in 1975, but repeated the role for the EU referendum announcing Leave had won.” This year’s NTA bash is very much a family affair. Nominee Danny Dyer, up for Best Serial Drama Performance for EastEnders, will be there alongside Love Island star daughter Dani, who is hosting stage side. King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp and wife Sandra will be joined in the audience by their ex-footballer son Jamie, who is nominated for A League Of Their Own. The BBC veteran has been ‘a key part of British cultural landscape’, an awards source said Meanwhile, comic Jack Whitehall will be with dad Michael, who are both up for the hilarious Travels With My Father. Previous winners of the Special Recognition gong include Billy Connolly, Sir Bruce Forsyth and Joanna Lumley. And, somewhat bafflingly, Robson Green. Bosses have pulled out all the stops for the glittering ceremony, screened live on ITV, which will see movie star Danny DeVito jet over from across the Pond to hand out a drama gong. Meanwhile, Westlife will be doing their first live TV performance in eight years as they take to the stage to perform their new single Hello My Love penned by Ed Sheeran. I  hope Dimbers has brushed up on his harmonies . . . READ ON FOR MORE OF ANDY HALLS’ BIZARRE TV COLUMN Cold turkey, David? YOUR eyes don’t deceive you – that really is two Cold Feet favourites on drugs at a music festival. But David and Pete, played by ­Robert Bathurst and John ­Thomson, have no idea how trippy things are going to get. David of Cold Feet after eating some ‘special’ cookies at a music festival Pete, played by John ­Thomson, looking wide-eyed at the same festival ­Robert Bathurst feeling trippy as David on the ITV drama The gang go to the festival to support Pete’s son whose band is performing Next Monday’s episode of the ITV drama sees the whole gang take a trip to support Pete’s son, young Adam, whose band is ­performing at the event. After innocently eating some “special” cookies, the boys start hallucinating. Meanwhile Adam, played by James ­Nesbitt, can only watch as son ­Matthew takes over his old man’s role as Lothario-in-chief, while Karen and Jenny – ­Hermione Norris and Fay Ripley – have a major heart-to heart. It’s more dramatic than Glastonbury. [bc_video video_id=”5987110951001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Cold Feet series 8 trailer teases life-changing moments for Adam and the gang”] bizbit I’M A Celeb star John Barrowman has told This Morning he would consider having another stab at Dancing On Ice after appearing in 2006. He joked: “I’ve still got the skates – they’re in my closet. I’m not in it any more but the skates are.” Les of the sex scenes THE BBC’s decidedly steamy version of Les Miserables has left fans of Victor Hugo’s classic novel hot under the collar – in all the wrong ways. After Sunday’s episode – the raciest one yet – devotees took to social media to complain about saucy scenes which were not in the novel, musical or films. Marius (Josh O’Connor) and Eponine (Erin Kellyman) in BBC’s steamy version of Les Miserables Scenes saw Marius at a peephole watching his neighbour strip, then he had a dirty dream featuring two of the leading ladies. He also went to what looked like a brothel, where a topless woman was having sex. Most Les Mis fans blamed TV series writer Andrew Davies. One tweeted: “I am disturbed by the way Davies puts sex into nearly everything he writes.” Others said they were “disgusted”, while one fumed: “I fear Davies is injecting sexuality into a story where it doesn’t belong.” Sounds like sexing things up has been a bit of a flop. Daniel’s Porter on call WE’RE used to seeing him on TV playing ­coppers – but here’s an exclusive image of Daniel Mays in a very ­different ­uniform. He’ll join the cast of Dave’s hospital sitcom, Porters, when the ­second series returns later this year. Daniel Mays is to join the cast of Dave’s hospital sitcom, Porters, on the ­second series Daniel, best known for playing Sgt Danny Waldron in Line Of Duty, candidly describes his new character, Anthony, as a “complete and utter bulls***ter”. His AC-12 colleagues would be appalled. bizbit JACK P Shepherd has moved in with girlfriend Hanni ­Treweek. The ­Corrie star, who plays David Platt, took the step after dating Hanni for 14 months. She works in the publicity team and once had a cameo in the ITV soap. Pack-ing punch at Palace CHRIS Packham might find himself in the Tower of London if he’s not careful. The presenter and naturalist plans to use the day he receives his CBE to confront the Royal Family over their views on hunting. Springwatch presenter Chris Packham will use the day he receives his CBE to confront the Royal Family over their views on hunting He said: “There will be lots of cheeky little words, I assure you. Nobody ever gets off the hook around me. “You don’t get many opportunities in life but if I meet someone of influence I will use it. I don’t care if it can be deemed inappropriate, it’s important to say something.” Chris added he “took some advice” before accepting the honour. He told the Radio Times: “If it had been for broadcasting, I don’t know what I would have done. But it’s for services to nature conservation, and that’s what I’m all about.” Surely turning down a CBE instead of accepting a free day out at Buckingham Palace sends a bigger message. [boxout headline=”must watch”]WHAT? Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, Netflix. WHY? A stunning insight into how a cocky entrepreneur promised to deliver a luxury music festival on an island in the Bahamas, but presided over a disaster. [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”most read in bizarre” posts_category=”12″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”soapbox”]IN EMMERDALE, Moira faces a difficult decision while a disturbance leaves Vanessa feeling uneasy. Meanwhile, pressure grows on Alfie in EASTENDERS as Ian withdraws his investment and Kat berates him for not fulfilling his promises. Desperate to pull in some quick cash, he seeks out Phil and makes him an offer. Kush is surprised to see Denise back from her mini-break, Mick asks Mitch to give the football team another go, and Keanu is suspicious when Phil asks him to work discreetly on a car. In NEIGHBOURS, Terese agrees to resume her ­relationship with Leo, despite Piper’s doubts. [/boxout]
21 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
HE has spent the past 40 years as the face of the BBC’s political broadcasting – fronting Question Time and every General Election night since 1979. But David Dimbleby will be swapping fibbing MPs for showbiz luvvies at Tuesday night’s ­National Television Awards. David Dimbleby stood down from Question Time after a quarter of a century at the helm I can reveal the stalwart, who recently stood down from BBC1’s Question Time after 25 years in the hot seat, will be given the NTA’s 2019 Special ­Recognition honour. An awards source said: “David is a giant of British broadcasting. “He has been the people’s champion, putting questions from viewers to politicians and using remarkable skill and often forceful encouragement to get proper answers back. “He has been, and still is, a key part of Britain’s ­cultural landscape. He has been chief commentator for countless state occasions, including royal weddings and the 1997 funeral of Princess Diana. The broadcaster announces that ‘we are out of’ the EU in June 2016 “He not only anchored TV coverage of the first referendum on Europe in 1975, but repeated the role for the EU referendum announcing Leave had won.” This year’s NTA bash is very much a family affair. Nominee Danny Dyer, up for Best Serial Drama Performance for EastEnders, will be there alongside Love Island star daughter Dani, who is hosting stage side. King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp and wife Sandra will be joined in the audience by their ex-footballer son Jamie, who is nominated for A League Of Their Own. The BBC veteran has been ‘a key part of British cultural landscape’, an awards source said Meanwhile, comic Jack Whitehall will be with dad Michael, who are both up for the hilarious Travels With My Father. Previous winners of the Special Recognition gong include Billy Connolly, Sir Bruce Forsyth and Joanna Lumley. And, somewhat bafflingly, Robson Green. Bosses have pulled out all the stops for the glittering ceremony, screened live on ITV, which will see movie star Danny DeVito jet over from across the Pond to hand out a drama gong. Meanwhile, Westlife will be doing their first live TV performance in eight years as they take to the stage to perform their new single Hello My Love penned by Ed Sheeran. I  hope Dimbers has brushed up on his harmonies . . . READ ON FOR MORE OF ANDY HALLS’ BIZARRE TV COLUMN Cold turkey, David? YOUR eyes don’t deceive you – that really is two Cold Feet favourites on drugs at a music festival. But David and Pete, played by ­Robert Bathurst and John ­Thomson, have no idea how trippy things are going to get. David of Cold Feet after eating some ‘special’ cookies at a music festival Pete, played by John ­Thomson, looking wide-eyed at the same festival ­Robert Bathurst feeling trippy as David on the ITV drama The gang go to the festival to support Pete’s son whose band is performing Next Monday’s episode of the ITV drama sees the whole gang take a trip to support Pete’s son, young Adam, whose band is ­performing at the event. After innocently eating some “special” cookies, the boys start hallucinating. Meanwhile Adam, played by James ­Nesbitt, can only watch as son ­Matthew takes over his old man’s role as Lothario-in-chief, while Karen and Jenny – ­Hermione Norris and Fay Ripley – have a major heart-to heart. It’s more dramatic than Glastonbury. [bc_video video_id=”5987110951001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Cold Feet series 8 trailer teases life-changing moments for Adam and the gang”] bizbit I’M A Celeb star John Barrowman has told This Morning he would consider having another stab at Dancing On Ice after appearing in 2006. He joked: “I’ve still got the skates – they’re in my closet. I’m not in it any more but the skates are.” Les of the sex scenes THE BBC’s decidedly steamy version of Les Miserables has left fans of Victor Hugo’s classic novel hot under the collar – in all the wrong ways. After Sunday’s episode – the raciest one yet – devotees took to social media to complain about saucy scenes which were not in the novel, musical or films. Marius (Josh O’Connor) and Eponine (Erin Kellyman) in BBC’s steamy version of Les Miserables Scenes saw Marius at a peephole watching his neighbour strip, then he had a dirty dream featuring two of the leading ladies. He also went to what looked like a brothel, where a topless woman was having sex. Most Les Mis fans blamed TV series writer Andrew Davies. One tweeted: “I am disturbed by the way Davies puts sex into nearly everything he writes.” Others said they were “disgusted”, while one fumed: “I fear Davies is injecting sexuality into a story where it doesn’t belong.” Sounds like sexing things up has been a bit of a flop. Daniel’s Porter on call WE’RE used to seeing him on TV playing ­coppers – but here’s an exclusive image of Daniel Mays in a very ­different ­uniform. He’ll join the cast of Dave’s hospital sitcom, Porters, when the ­second series returns later this year. Daniel Mays is to join the cast of Dave’s hospital sitcom, Porters, on the ­second series Daniel, best known for playing Sgt Danny Waldron in Line Of Duty, candidly describes his new character, Anthony, as a “complete and utter bulls***ter”. His AC-12 colleagues would be appalled. bizbit JACK P Shepherd has moved in with girlfriend Hanni ­Treweek. The ­Corrie star, who plays David Platt, took the step after dating Hanni for 14 months. She works in the publicity team and once had a cameo in the ITV soap. Pack-ing punch at Palace CHRIS Packham might find himself in the Tower of London if he’s not careful. The presenter and naturalist plans to use the day he receives his CBE to confront the Royal Family over their views on hunting. Springwatch presenter Chris Packham will use the day he receives his CBE to confront the Royal Family over their views on hunting He said: “There will be lots of cheeky little words, I assure you. Nobody ever gets off the hook around me. “You don’t get many opportunities in life but if I meet someone of influence I will use it. I don’t care if it can be deemed inappropriate, it’s important to say something.” Chris added he “took some advice” before accepting the honour. He told the Radio Times: “If it had been for broadcasting, I don’t know what I would have done. But it’s for services to nature conservation, and that’s what I’m all about.” Surely turning down a CBE instead of accepting a free day out at Buckingham Palace sends a bigger message. [boxout headline=”must watch”]WHAT? Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, Netflix. WHY? A stunning insight into how a cocky entrepreneur promised to deliver a luxury music festival on an island in the Bahamas, but presided over a disaster. [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”most read in bizarre” posts_category=”9″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”soapbox”]IN EMMERDALE, Moira faces a difficult decision while a disturbance leaves Vanessa feeling uneasy. Meanwhile, pressure grows on Alfie in EASTENDERS as Ian withdraws his investment and Kat berates him for not fulfilling his promises. Desperate to pull in some quick cash, he seeks out Phil and makes him an offer. Kush is surprised to see Denise back from her mini-break, Mick asks Mitch to give the football team another go, and Keanu is suspicious when Phil asks him to work discreetly on a car. In NEIGHBOURS, Terese agrees to resume her ­relationship with Leo, despite Piper’s doubts. [/boxout]
21 Jan 19
The Sun
HE has spent the past 40 years as the face of the BBC’s political broadcasting – fronting Question Time and every General Election night since 1979. But David Dimbleby will be swapping fibbing MPs for showbiz luvvies at Tuesday night’s ­National Television Awards. David Dimbleby stood down from Question Time after a quarter of a century at the helm I can reveal the stalwart, who recently stood down from BBC1’s Question Time after 25 years in the hot seat, will be given the NTA’s 2019 Special ­Recognition honour. An awards source said: “David is a giant of British broadcasting. “He has been the people’s champion, putting questions from viewers to politicians and using remarkable skill and often forceful encouragement to get proper answers back. “He has been, and still is, a key part of Britain’s ­cultural landscape. He has been chief commentator for countless state occasions, including royal weddings and the 1997 funeral of Princess Diana. The broadcaster announces that ‘we are out of’ the EU in June 2016 “He not only anchored TV coverage of the first referendum on Europe in 1975, but repeated the role for the EU referendum announcing Leave had won.” This year’s NTA bash is very much a family affair. Nominee Danny Dyer, up for Best Serial Drama Performance for EastEnders, will be there alongside Love Island star daughter Dani, who is hosting stage side. King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp and wife Sandra will be joined in the audience by their ex-footballer son Jamie, who is nominated for A League Of Their Own. The BBC veteran has been ‘a key part of British cultural landscape’, an awards source said Meanwhile, comic Jack Whitehall will be with dad Michael, who are both up for the hilarious Travels With My Father. Previous winners of the Special Recognition gong include Billy Connolly, Sir Bruce Forsyth and Joanna Lumley. And, somewhat bafflingly, Robson Green. Bosses have pulled out all the stops for the glittering ceremony, screened live on ITV, which will see movie star Danny DeVito jet over from across the Pond to hand out a drama gong. Meanwhile, Westlife will be doing their first live TV performance in eight years as they take to the stage to perform their new single Hello My Love penned by Ed Sheeran. I  hope Dimbers has brushed up on his harmonies . . . READ ON FOR MORE OF ANDY HALLS’ BIZARRE TV COLUMN Cold turkey, David? YOUR eyes don’t deceive you – that really is two Cold Feet favourites on drugs at a music festival. But David and Pete, played by ­Robert Bathurst and John ­Thomson, have no idea how trippy things are going to get. David of Cold Feet after eating some ‘special’ cookies at a music festival Pete, played by John ­Thomson, looking wide-eyed at the same festival ­Robert Bathurst feeling trippy as David on the ITV drama The gang go to the festival to support Pete’s son whose band is performing Next Monday’s episode of the ITV drama sees the whole gang take a trip to support Pete’s son, young Adam, whose band is ­performing at the event. After innocently eating some “special” cookies, the boys start hallucinating. Meanwhile Adam, played by James ­Nesbitt, can only watch as son ­Matthew takes over his old man’s role as Lothario-in-chief, while Karen and Jenny – ­Hermione Norris and Fay Ripley – have a major heart-to heart. It’s more dramatic than Glastonbury. [bc_video video_id=”5987110951001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Cold Feet series 8 trailer teases life-changing moments for Adam and the gang”] bizbit I’M A Celeb star John Barrowman has told This Morning he would consider having another stab at Dancing On Ice after appearing in 2006. He joked: “I’ve still got the skates – they’re in my closet. I’m not in it any more but the skates are.” Les of the sex scenes THE BBC’s decidedly steamy version of Les Miserables has left fans of Victor Hugo’s classic novel hot under the collar – in all the wrong ways. After Sunday’s episode – the raciest one yet – devotees took to social media to complain about saucy scenes which were not in the novel, musical or films. Marius (Josh O’Connor) and Eponine (Erin Kellyman) in BBC’s steamy version of Les Miserables Scenes saw Marius at a peephole watching his neighbour strip, then he had a dirty dream featuring two of the leading ladies. He also went to what looked like a brothel, where a topless woman was having sex. Most Les Mis fans blamed TV series writer Andrew Davies. One tweeted: “I am disturbed by the way Davies puts sex into nearly everything he writes.” Others said they were “disgusted”, while one fumed: “I fear Davies is injecting sexuality into a story where it doesn’t belong.” Sounds like sexing things up has been a bit of a flop. Daniel’s Porter on call WE’RE used to seeing him on TV playing ­coppers – but here’s an exclusive image of Daniel Mays in a very ­different ­uniform. He’ll join the cast of Dave’s hospital sitcom, Porters, when the ­second series returns later this year. Daniel Mays is to join the cast of Dave’s hospital sitcom, Porters, on the ­second series Daniel, best known for playing Sgt Danny Waldron in Line Of Duty, candidly describes his new character, Anthony, as a “complete and utter bulls***ter”. His AC-12 colleagues would be appalled. bizbit JACK P Shepherd has moved in with girlfriend Hanni ­Treweek. The ­Corrie star, who plays David Platt, took the step after dating Hanni for 14 months. She works in the publicity team and once had a cameo in the ITV soap. Pack-ing punch at Palace CHRIS Packham might find himself in the Tower of London if he’s not careful. The presenter and naturalist plans to use the day he receives his CBE to confront the Royal Family over their views on hunting. Springwatch presenter Chris Packham will use the day he receives his CBE to confront the Royal Family over their views on hunting He said: “There will be lots of cheeky little words, I assure you. Nobody ever gets off the hook around me. “You don’t get many opportunities in life but if I meet someone of influence I will use it. I don’t care if it can be deemed inappropriate, it’s important to say something.” Chris added he “took some advice” before accepting the honour. He told the Radio Times: “If it had been for broadcasting, I don’t know what I would have done. But it’s for services to nature conservation, and that’s what I’m all about.” Surely turning down a CBE instead of accepting a free day out at Buckingham Palace sends a bigger message. [boxout headline=”must watch”]WHAT? Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, Netflix. WHY? A stunning insight into how a cocky entrepreneur promised to deliver a luxury music festival on an island in the Bahamas, but presided over a disaster. [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”most read in bizarre” posts_category=”330″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] [boxout headline=”soapbox”]IN EMMERDALE, Moira faces a difficult decision while a disturbance leaves Vanessa feeling uneasy. Meanwhile, pressure grows on Alfie in EASTENDERS as Ian withdraws his investment and Kat berates him for not fulfilling his promises. Desperate to pull in some quick cash, he seeks out Phil and makes him an offer. Kush is surprised to see Denise back from her mini-break, Mick asks Mitch to give the football team another go, and Keanu is suspicious when Phil asks him to work discreetly on a car. In NEIGHBOURS, Terese agrees to resume her ­relationship with Leo, despite Piper’s doubts. [/boxout]
21 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

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Dianne Abbott has accused new Question Time host Fiona Bruce of being ‘off the leash’ and not ‘well briefed’ as she launched a fresh attack on the BBC host today.

As the row between the two women rumbles on, Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary has written about her appearance on the BBC show last week in a paper printed on Monday.

As she blasts Ms Bruce for allegedly making comments about her to stir up the audience before filming began last week, Ms Abbott said the presenter never gave her a fair chance. 

Ms Bruce won widespread praise after her first show when she took over from veteran presenter David Dimbleby who chaired the debate show for 25 years.

Now, she is facing complaints and a barrage of criticism from Labour who are demanding an on air apology after the th

21 Jan 19
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Dianne Abbott has accused new questioner Fiona Bruce of being "off the leash" rather than "well-informed" when she launched a new attack on the BBC host today. As the dispute between the two women continues, Labor's Shadow Home Secretary wrote about her appearance on the BBC show in a Monday newspaper. While accusing Ms. Bruce […]

20 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

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New Question Time host Fiona Bruce has been accused of suggesting that Diane Abbott only got her job as Shadow Home Secretary because she had been Jeremy Corbyn’s lover in the 1970s.

Five members of the studio audience publicly accused the presenter of making an ‘inappropriate’ joke before the programme on Thursday night.

Labour last night submitted an official complaint to the BBC about Ms Abbott’s treatment on the show, where she clashed repeatedly with Ms Bruce.

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20 Jan 19
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Article and photos from hienalouca.com

It was once a male-dominated bastion, and even as recently as last year was lambasted for sexism and unequal pay.

But now women have conquered BBC News to such an extent that hardly a single male reporter features in bulletins throughout an entire day.

An analysis of the three main bulletins on BBC1 last Sunday reveals that men appeared just once in each show. By contrast, 12 different female reporters featured a total of 18 times.

<img id="i-b75a499b522aae59" src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/01/19/23/8742922-6611333-image-a-8_1547941833898.jpg&quot; height="354" width="634" alt="Last Sunday's lunchtime edition was anchored by Carole Wal

20 Jan 19
World's Today's News

The home shadow secretary, Diane Abbott, surprised her treatment on the turn of the BBC question by New Fiona Bruce presenter. Ms Abbott said that this week's program, recorded in Derby, was interrupted more than twice the number of times she had Rory Stewart's representative, and she was not allowed to respond to a "blatantly […]