Britain’s first black TV journalist, 79, who paved the way for Trevor McDonald and Moira Stuart tells how station bosses axed her in 1968 after racist viewers demanded: ‘get that n-word off our screens’

Editor in chief Dominic Ponsford said: ‘I’m ashamed to say I was not aware of Barbara’s story. But having spoken to her and read up about her history I can’t think of a better role model for the next generation of BAME journalists who are breaking through barriers in the way that she did.”

Corrie spoiler: Sally takes action over Geoff as she rumbles truth about Yasmeen

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Andy Whyment sparks complete chaos with cryptic snap as Corrie resumes filming

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The Apprentice 2020 axed because ‘it would not have been worth the licence fee’

“While this is understandably disappointing news, viewers will still be able to get their weekly fix of memorable tasks, favourite candidates and boardroom bust ups alongside brand new insights from Karren, Claude, Lord Sugar and many more from the past 15 years in a special highlights series airing on BBC1.”

Congress spokesperson seeks civility in TV debates, writes to I&B minister

A day after Congress leader Rajiv Tyagi died of a heart attack after participating in a heated TV debate, his party colleague Jaiveer Shergill on Thursday asked the information and broadcasting ministry to restore “civility” in talk shows and issue an advisory to enforce a code of conduct for news channels.

Tipping Point’s Ben Shephard shuts down ‘smug’ contestant who used ‘unfair tactic’

With barely any cash in her kitty after the quickfire round, Jean was soon knocked out of the competition leaving viewers at home to reach for social media to share their anger at what they had just watched.

Apprentice star Linda Plant sparks fury on GMB as she demands people return to offices

“We have to get our people back to work, and I believe as long as an employer has taken everything into consideration, made the workplace as safe as possible, flex the hours- not every city and town in this country has busy tubes.

Piers Morgan ‘praying for no quarantine’ after France trip ahead of GMB return

But he will be unable to return to the studio with co host Susanna Reid if he is forced to quarantine, and so Adil Ray’s stint may last longer than expected.

‘NCIS’ & ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Set Tentative Start Dates; 2 More CBS TV Studios Dramas Get Go-Ahead To Resume Filming As CBS’ Fall Lineup Begins To Take Shape

I hear the CBS comedy series from Warner Bros. TV, Young Sheldon, Mom, Bob Hearts Abishola and newcomer B Positive — all produced by Chuck Lorre — are currently looking at a possible mid-September start, while FBI and FBI: Most Wanted, along with other Dick Wolf/Universal TV New York-based drama series, have been exploring late-September-early […]

War against Banditry: Beware of cyber-bandits, fake news merchants, CAFA warns

The Citizens Against Fake Activists (CAFA) has urged Nigerians to be cautious of cyber-bandits, fake news merchants and their accomplices trying to undermine the war against banditry in the North-West. According to CAFA, these individuals and groups aid and abet terrorist activities and instigate the locals against the government because of their personal benefit.