The BBC's Annual Report 2015/16 will be laid before Parliament this Tuesday - but attention at the media launch may well focus on new Deputy Director General Anne Bulford. She will have a separate document, reporting on post-Savile policies and procedures - aimed at "creating a more open BBC where everyone has the confidence to raise issues and believe that something will be done about them."
Meanwhile nerds like me will be looking for answers to Freedom of Information questions which Auntie has handed off in the past six months, saying answers will come in the Report. Really ? Details of senior managers' gardening leave ? Compromise exits above £150k ? Full numbers of staff paid more than the published salary bands ? I'm not holding my breath.