"Must never shy away from the controversial": BBC launches search for next Newsnight editor in wake of Savile scandal (with some good…

'Must never shy away from the controversial': BBC launches search for next Newsnight editor in wake of Savile scandal (with some good advice)Job advert posted on BBC website for successor to Peter RipponFormer head stood down following decision to drop Jimmy Savile probeCorporation also recruiting a Head of News Programmes By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 14:01 GMT, 12 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:05 GMT, 12 January 2013 The BBC has posted a job advert to find the next editor of Newsnight after the controversial decision to drop a probe into claims of sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile cost the previous boss his job. Peter Rippon, who took over at Newsnight in 2008, stood aside when his explanation in a blog about why the investigation was pulled was criticised for inaccuracies and had to be corrected.

Why women really are seen as the fairer sex: We subconsciously associate female names with lighter colours

Why women really are seen as the fairer sex: We subconsciously associate female names with lighter colours Dutch researchers show volunteers names printed on grey backgroundThey picked out male names in black much quicker than those in whiteReverse true for female names By Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 01:56 GMT, 1 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:56 GMT, 1 January 2013 They are often called the fairer sex and it seems the stereotype is hard to escape. Scientists have shown that we automatically link lighter or fairer colours with female names and qualities and darker shades with more masculine attributes.