Question Time

Comic Relief and Question Time were March's most-tweeted shows

The BBC's Comic Relief coverage gained the top spot with 245,848 tweets and over 84 million impressions, with Question Time coming in second with 131,000 tweets and 31 million impressions.

Comic Relief this year raised a staggering £73,026,234, which will be used to transform lives across the UK and in some of the world’s poorest communities.

The highest tweeting entertainment show was The Voice UK, which performed better than Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

General Election 2015: did TV let the voters down?

Leaders debate 2015

Did the broadcasters’ coverage of the last general election actually determine its outcome? This was one of the key questions asked during what session chair Martha Kearney called an “inquest” into how television handled the run-up to polling day on 7 May.

Former Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg certainly thought so. He argued that there was too much of a focus on the possibility of a Labour/SNP tie-up and this “had two very big consequences. One, it had a determining factor on the outcome.

Profile: Ken MacQuarrie

Ken MacQuarrie

When Tony Hall needed someone to investigate Jeremy Clarkson's attack on his producer, he looked north and summoned Ken MacQuarrie, the calm and reserved Director of BBC Scotland.


As an experienced member of the Editorial Standards Committee, MacQuarrie was an obvious choice. His terse report sealed Clarkson's exit. What the Top Gear presenter made of the enigmatic Scot, his polar opposite, remains the stuff of speculation.