How's this for a plan?
BBC news 24 + BBC parliament: merge thes two
Radio 1: effectively commerial broadcasting without ads during - already done by commercial raio, so bin it.
Radio 2: bit better than radio1, but 'on report' - get more originality or bin this too
Radio 4: grand, if very establishment
Radio 6: doing what it is meant to
CBBC and CBeebies - fine so long as they keep a clear age differenetial
Website: news and BBC programing: additional elements only as supports these two, so bin the magazines, non-program-related educational areas, quizes, games etc
Soap operas: Well served by commerical broadcasters: stop or sell them (save radio soap(s) perhaps as commecial channels don't do them)
Celeb-lead programming: commerical channel activity. Stop these and save a fair bit.
News: time is limited, so actual news please. No "somebody is expected to say this in a speach later" and such the reporting of future-if as-if news: wait till it happens, then report it if newsworthy. Tiger woods has press conference wherein he says nothing of note? Don't report it. And end the inane "here's me saying intro - cut to somebody else pointlessly standing somewhere else, says same thing again - back to studio".
BBC 1: flagship. No repeats. New programming.
BBC 2: best bits of BBC3 and 4 - as a result, remove.
And blitz the middle management gravy train.