The Sunday papers have arrived (online) and here is a digest of some of the BBC stories found therein.
The Sunday Telegraph has a piece by Simon Heffer on BBC bias. He defends the BBC over their Corbyn coverage (perhaps unsurprisingly) but goes on to tell a very short anecdote:
A very senior BBC man told me that on the morning of June 24, as reality sank in, some in the studios were in tears.
Well, there's a surprise! (not).
Talking of whom, it turns out that Nick Robinson isn't the only one to feel miffed.
As Sue noted, Nick wasn't happy to get left off the BBC's election roster but, as the Sunday Times is reporting today, two of his fellow Today presenters are miffed at him for being 'sharp-elbowed':
The article also reveals a very 'BBC' fact about the programme:
Also from The Sunday Times, it turns out that the BBC is making a new two-part documentary starring the famous Nadiya from The Great British Bake Off. It's about the hajj to Saudi Arabia:
Mecca has this almost-as-famous-as-Nadiya sign, of course:
And, yet more from The Sunday Times....
Andrew Marr says he's "scared" what the art critics will say about his new post-stroke art exhibition. His stroke made his painting style change from "quietly representational" to "brightly coloured":
The ones in the background to this lovely photo (by Francesco Guidicini) look rather Matisse-like to my eyes - which is no bad thing. For what it's worth, I like them.