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Chris Evans was the corporation's top earner last year on £2.25million, followed by Gary Lineker on £1.79million and Graham Norton on £899,999.
As he left Broadcasting House today Mr Evans was asked if it was right he was paid 15 times more than the Prime Minister and said: 'Is it fair?
The BBC's top paid woman is Claudia Winkleman who earns up to £499,000 for her TV and radio work - around £1.75million less than the top man Chris Evans - and the One Show's Alex Jones earns £450,000 and is joint ninth BBC presenter Andrew Marr has defended his £400,000-a-year salary, claiming he has turned down higher offers from the broadcaster's rivals.
The former political editor was included on a list of the BBC's highest paid on-screen talent published for the first time on Wednesday.
Radio 4's Jane Garvey and Charlotte Smith were among a number of high profile broadcasters using the hashtags #notonthelist in a series of sarcastic tweets about their own pay.
And Newsnight presenter Emily Maitliss - who was named Broadcast Journalist of the Year 2017 - failed to make the list, therefore earning less than £150,000.
In a statement, Marr said: 'In the past I have been offered deals by the BBC's commercial rivals at a higher rate than the corporation would pay.'He added: 'Following the publication of the BBC's annual report, I can confirm that I'm paid £400,475 a year.'It covers the weekly Sunday morning show, my radio work, documentary commissions, television obituaries, and work on big news events such as elections and both the Scottish and UK referenda coverage.'It's less, of course, than the £600,000 I was widely reported to be earning a couple of years ago; or indeed the £3 million a year Daily Telegraph claimed I was paid.'As the BBC moves to deal with highly paid employees, my salary has been coming down.
Her co-presenter Evan Davis, however, earns a figure of between £250,000 and £299,999.
But a pay gap among Strictly has emerged with Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell earning up to £199,000 but Bruno Tonioli gets up to £249,000 along with Len Goodman.
Woman's Hour host Jane Garvey branded Radio 2 - whose male stars dominate the rich list - 'extraordinarily male and entirely pale' as a string of high profile women slammed the gender gulf in pay.
There is a growing discontent over the contrast between the pay of men and women with many comparing BBC Sport's Claire Balding's £199,000-a-year to Alan Shearer's £500,000 pay deal and John Inverdale's £249,000 salary.