BBC bosses are said to be "deeply unimpressed" after two of its top presenters were recorded joking about the gender pay gap.
Today broadcaster had come under fire for leaked comments to colleague Jon Sopel sparked by Carrie Gracie’s BBC campaign
Presenters John Humphrys and Jon Sopel were reportedly recorded joking about the gender pay gap.
The BBC has said John Humphrys will continue to present segments on Equal Pay - because the broadcaster does not feel his comments, in which he was accused of "mocking" his colleague Carrie Gracie, showed a lack of impartiality. The…
RADIO broadcaster John Humphrys has said comments made in an off-air chat about equal pay were "nothing to do" with the campaign by Carrie Gracie after he was criticised for making light of the situation.
Corporation says Today presenter’s leaked off-air comments did not contravene its editorial code as newsroom anger grows
BBC presenters John Humphrys and Jon Sopel are facing a backlash after mocking the gender pay gap that has divided the broadcaster.
Women’s Hour presenter Jane Garvey said comments made by Humphrys revealed what women are "up against" at the BBC