Prince Philip’s funeral was broadcast to the nation yesterday as people watched Queen Elizabeth II say goodbye to her husband. During its broadcast, Gogglebox stars Jenny Newby and Lee Riley posted a poignant message to their followers reminding them the Royal Family
Prince Philip passed away last Friday two days before his 100th birthday. The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral will take place today at 3pm at Windsor Castle and only 30 people are allowed to attend due to coronavirus restrictions. All attendees will wear face coverings
TOM BRADBY will be taking the reigns during this afternoon’s ITV coverage of Prince Philip’s funeral, despite a recent falling out with Prince William. Who is ITV journalist Tom Bradby?
Prince Philip passed away last Friday two days before his 100th birthday. The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral will take place today at 3pm at Windsor Castle and only 30 people are allowed to attend due to coronavirus restrictions. The BBC is set to
Samira Ahmed also criticised Conservative ministers saying they “won’t resign over obvious issues that you might have expected them to”. Her remarks were made during a live recording of her podcast “How I Found My Voice”, which she records outside of her
This Morning: Eamonn corrects guest after Huw Edwards jibe Mr Edwards, a journalist from south Wales, was previously in charge of leading BBC coverage for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal wedding in 2011, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding in
Tory MP Sir Bernard Jenkins schooled BBC Question Time audience members who criticised the BBC’s coverage of Prince Philip. The chair of the Commons Liaison Committee and leading Conservative MP said that the BBC’s coverage of the Duke’s death last weekend was
The comments were made on Thursday night’s addition of BBC Question Time with host Fiona Bruce. The BBC audience member argued that, during the pandemic, over 100,000 people had died, yet their deaths received comparatively very little attention. He said: “He is,
THE BBC has released a statement regarding the complaints it received following the wall-to-wall coverage of Prince Philip’s death last Friday.
Andrew Pierce both defended and attacked the BBC for its coverage of Prince Philip’s death after the broadcasting channel set up a direct page for complaints. The BBC threw out the majority of its programming schedule on nearly all of its channels