It's ok... IMO it used to be better. The Jobs page is the best bit, and perhaps "your comments" other than that its like any other mag, just with BBCish focus.
The jobs page is actually quite small these days - it's mainly the job title, location, and grade, with a reference number to use at www.bbc.co.uk/jobs.
(Many of them are for internal applicants only, so will only be available on the jobs site if you're on the BBC network or are logged in with a BBC address).
The news in Ariel is fairly interesting, but there's rarely anything in it you couldn't glean from reading MediaGuardian and BBC press releases. And the classifieds page always has quite a few ads for divorce lawyers - make of that what you will.