Prayers before dawn on Radio 2: Backlash as broadcaster moves hymns show to a 6am slotSunday Half Hour moves from 8:30pm to earlier hour-long slotTwitter users branded the new time 'ridiculous' Presenter Diane Louise Jordan told regular listeners that they can catch up on iPlayer By Paul Revoir PUBLISHED: 01:06 GMT, 9 January 2013 | UPDATED: 04:05 GMT, 9 January 2013 Listeners have reacted with anger after Radio 2 moved church hymns show Sunday Half Hour from 8.30pm to a 6am slot. Presenter Diane Louise Jordan announced the new time at the weekend.
Clariches! The money-soaked secrets of Britain's swankiest hotel BBC2 programme Inside Claridge's offers viewers a peak behind the sumptuous world of the hotel | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 10 December 2012 One of the managers of Claridge’s has a story he likes to tell about the world-famous hotel. ‘People used to ring up the telephone operators here,’ says Timothy Lock, ‘and they would ask: “Could I speak to the king” and the operator would reply: “Which one”’ Although the story is probably apocryphal, it contains a nugget of truth
BBC 'reinvents' red button TV service so viewers can access iPlayer from their sofa Service aims to bring internet content to TV viewersInitially available to Virgin Media customers with Tivo boxes, and rolling out to other with internet connected TVs within months | UPDATED: 16:45 GMT, 4 December 2012 The BBC has revealed a radical new version of its red button interactive service.