BBC management report says:
There has been a "resurgence" of TV drama, with Doctor Who, Life on Mars, Jane Eyre, Waterloo Road and Robin Hood all mentioned.
Entertainment shows were also a success, particularly on Saturday night. But Castaway failed to make the expected impact.
On BBC One, peak time repeats declined slightly but increased at all other times. On BBC Two, the situation was reversed.
BBC Two has broadened its appeal, while BBC Radio has strengthened its reputation for creativity and excellence.
Increased competition has challenged children's services. In response, more money is being spent and CBBC will be relaunched this autumn.
BBC News had a strong year marked by outstanding coverage from Iraq and Afghanistan. Much of the web offering will be overhauled under the banner BBC 2.0.
BBC Trust report says:
BBC TV is doing well - viewers still regard BBC One as the highest quality mixed genre service. The concern is whether this has been achieved at the cost of creative and cultural ambition.
The public wants to see more BBC programmes that demonstrate this ambition. A big part of the Trust's job is to find ways to enable the BBC to raise its game - but not at the expense of value for money.
There is a risk of occasional failures - but it is worth it as long as the BBC is not wasting money.
BBC Three has a role in catering for the young audience, but there should be a debate about some of its programme titles. BBC Four faces a challenge to build its appeal without losing its original vision for high quality.
BBC Radio is strong and successful overall. BBC journalism continues to be strong. BBC online services are a great success story but need to be reviewed to ensure they are properly positioned to respond to rapidly changing audience expectations.