The BBC today angrily denied reports that "creative director" Alan Yentob is leaving his post under new belt tightening reforms.
Yentob, a man who once falsely passed off acclaimed American film maker Stephen Kijak's work as his own, who earns around £500,000 a year on three different BBC salaries, who said he couldn't do his job unless he flied first class, and published a report that claimed he was the most popular of all BBC presenters with viewers, is going nowhere.
To cement this fact, Yentob today announced his first new project: an Imagine special looking at the artistic and cultural heritage left by Raoul Moat.
"I'd like to meet this fascinating, controversial man", he said. "Book me a first class ticket to Rothbury".