Channel 4 bosses to explain Big Brother row
Channel 4 bosses will be asked to explain their handling of the row over alleged racism and bullying on "Celebrity Big Brother" at a meeting of the company's board on Monday.
Channel 4 Chief Executive Andy Duncan has been criticised for his failure to intervene, while the chairman of the Commission for Equality and Human Rights chairman Trevor Phillips has called for chairman Luke Johnson to be censured.
But the board is not expected to make a decision over the show's future before media watchdog Ofcom concludes its own investigation into the racism row.
"The meeting is not exclusively about 'Celebrity Big Brother, but it will be discussed," said a Channel 4 spokesman.