THE BBC "put its reputation at risk" by handing over huge pay-offs to senior staff, according to a committee of senior MPs.
TV star Graham Norton has hit out at the BBC over giant pay-offs given to his former bosses.
Less than half of all Scots believe the BBC is good at representing their life in its coverage of news and current affairs.
BBC pay-offs to senior staff have breached the corporation's own guidelines by being over-generous and have "put public trust at risk", the National Audit Office said today.
Sexual allegations about 81 BBC staff have been reported since the Jimmy Savile scandal came to light - with almost half still working for the corporation.