Last week, the BBC cuts made all the headlines: it is closing two radio stations, capping spending on sports events, and slashing other costs. All to generate extra revenue for programming.

David McCandles has covered this in an Infogrpah reviewing the BBC budgets.

As ever, it’s a little hard to understand all the abstract figures from the BBC budget.

Does the BBC give good value for money? What does it spend on Mad Men and other shows? How does its budget compare to other broadcasters?

Hopefully the BBC-O-Gram will help put the figures in context.

For more detail and extra figures, explore the data:

Source: Information Is Beautiful