Experts advocate use of radio to promote unity in diversity
Last week, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) celebrated the ninth edition of the World Radio Day themed “Radio and Diversity”
Newcastle Fan Celebrates Club's Goal By Flashing Penis On Camera
On Tuesday night, Allan Saint-Maximin's shot scored a dramatic 3-2 extra-time victory over the League and this made the supporters go crazy with happiness. However, one of the supporters took this far when he brought out his penis on the live show with BBC cameras catching the incident in question. The unnamed supporter was seen…
BBC to axe 450 newsroom jobs
The BBC will axe 450 newsroom jobs as part of plans to adapt "to changing audience needs" and meet its savings target, the broadcaster announced on Wednesday.
BBC boss Tony Hall to step down in six months
Embattled BBC boss Tony Hall will step down in six months' time, he told staff on Monday, as the British broadcaster grapples with a damaging equal-pay ruling and scrutiny over funding.
UK's Prince Andrew denies having sex with Epstein accuser
Britain's Prince Andrew has "categorically" denied having sex with an alleged teen victim of disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein, who claims she was forced to sleep with the royal
Cameraman Killed While Shooting BBC's "Black Earth Rising"
Mark Milsome, an experienced cameraman who previously worked on Game of Thrones and Saving Private Ryan - died after being hit by a Land Rover Defender while performing a stunt in Ghana for the series Black Earth Rising. The veteran camera operator, 54, was filming the car at night, driving up a ramp, but it…
Varsities should introduce sexual harassment code to tackle abuse, says don
President and Chief Executive Officer, Postgraduate School of Credit and Financial Management, Prof Chris Onalo has called on the nation’s tertiary institutions to introduce sexual harassment code in schools to check abuse from lecturers and students.
That BBC’s sting operation in UNILAG
The sex-for-admission offer by Dr. Boniface Igbenegbu as caught on video in a sting operation (this does not qualify as investigative journalism) by the BBC African Eye programme...
BBC, randy lecturers and Nigerian media
We should not get it twisted in the media, the British Broadcasting Corporation’s(BBC’s) still trending scoop on two randy lecturers at the University of Lagos and a University in Ghana may be rightly interpreted as a consistency..