The statistics show the corporation has 82 men in the top management grade with an average salary of £165,000, compared with 42 women on £148,000.
The difference in salary is not apparent in the grade below, with both genders being paid an average just over £99,000. But there are still more than double the number of male employees: 223 men compared with 111 women.
Across all levels, women are paid an average £5,000 less than men, earning £37,100 a year compared with £41,800.
Men tend not to take 2-10 years out to raise the kiddies. More women than men do. Men thus dominate the top end of professions and careers where time served leads to promotion.