You may think working at an airport is all about glamour and eyeliner, but this documentary knocks that image aside and looks at the workaday folk behind the scenes. There is the motherly woman who does the announcements, the baggage handlers in their luminous vests and the security staff putting the kettle on in the CCTV suite.
The pay bill for some of the BBC's biggest screen and radio stars including Graham Norton and Jeremy Clarkson is to be examined in a review by the BBC Trust which will look at how the costs compare to commercial rivals.
ITV has been rapped for screening an edition of The Jeremy Kyle Show featuring a sobbing 17-year-old accused by her sister of being a "crackhead" and a "slapper", which breached broadcasting guidelines.
In this referendum year the BBC is under close scrutiny. Are they biased in favour of a No vote? Are they pushing too many British-themed programmes at us? Then, of course, there is the perpetual debate about whether they are putting our licence-fee money to good use.
"I really hope I do something else before I die," said media and technology journalist Ben Hammersley to Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann, presenters of Podcasting: The First Ten Years (BBC Radio 4, Friday, 11am).
The Pope is cool these days: he has 17 million followers on Twitter; he won't use the fancy Papal limousine; he loves a game of football and used to hang around in tango bars when he was young. He even has an app.