The corporation will work together with other media and cultural institutions as part of a drive to create a more "open BBC", director general Lord Hall says.
John Whittingdale says that his BBC green paper will consider a subscription model for the corporation in the long term as it is revealed the future of Radio 1 and 2 are under review.
BBC Trust Chairman Rona Fairhead says any perception that there is "political interference" in the way the corporation is run risks "having a chilling effect" on it.
BBC Trust Chair and HSBC Director Rona Fairhead tells Cathy Newman the corporation is her priority "and that has been clear from the beginning".
Jeremy Clarkson's suspension from Top Gear following a "fracas" with a producer is not his first brush with controversy. Here are nine of his most infamous moments.
The Wanless review of the Home Office's handling of child sex abuse allegations is one of many such inquiries. Here are the others, from Savile and Cyril Smith to Rochdale and Rotherham.