The BBC have revealed the salaries of some of its highest paid stars, and on top of that list is Chris Evans.
The radio presenter has been listed as the highest paid star of the BBC, earning between £2.2m-£2.25m in 2016-2017.
Gary Lineker is second on the list with between £1.75m-£1.8m, Graham Norton is third with between £850,000 – £899,999, although this doesn’t include his earnings from The Graham Norton Show, as this is produced by another company.
In honour of the hit BBC show Doctor Who starting on its 10th season, the Oxford English Dictionary have added one of The Doctor’s most famous gadgets to its famed pages; the trusty sonic screwdriver, which was first introduced during Patrick Troughton’s tenure as the time travelling hero, back in 1968.
The Laurence Olivier Award nominated actor will be returning as The Doctor’s famed nemisis, The Master. Despite The Mistress – played by Michelle Gomez – taking over the role of The Master; albeit a female version, John Simm’s incarnation will return via “the power of time travel” to face off against Peter Capaldi’s incarnation of The Doctor.
The last time John Simm’s Master was seen was alongside David Tennant, in “The End Of Time” which saw David Tennant’s Doctor regenerate, and The Master being subsequently trapped in a “Time-Lock” with the rest of Gallifrey., and that’s the last time we saw this version of the famed character, as when The Master returned, she was now “The Mistress”, or “Missy.”
The letter informing the EU that Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty would be triggered was delivered on Wednesday at 12:20 BST to the European Council president – Donald Tusk – by the British ambassador to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow.
The British Broadcasting Corporation, ever since demands that there be a ‘Scottish Six’ – an hour which would intergrate news from the UK and Scotland – have been under pressure to do something about it.