'Creeping imperial ambition' of politicians is doing global harm to our stock, says Thick of It creator
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'Flat, stale show' has no business using a rape storyline to drive its worn-out plots, says critic
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As the cast and crew begin shooting the new series, viewers can expect more toil and trauma from the shores of 18th-century Cornwall
The new Fire TV Stick dongle offers Prime Instant Video alongside Netflix, BBC iPlayer and Sky
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Reports suggest Eurosport owner will sell on free-to-air rights from 2022
BBC journalist mistakenly 'killed off' the Queen with tweet. Here's what plans are in place for when the day comes
Jokes, songs, celebration and protest greet BBC decision, as 350,000 people sign petition to 'bring back Clarkson'
Balls forgets name of ‘Labour-friendly business leader’. But what’s Newsnight up to, asks Polly Toynbee
Ex-Arsenal striker will be paid £4m a year as analyst and ambassador, but can also appear on BBC
Farage and Brand have each angered large swathes of society. Now the two masters of mayhem go head to head
Radio report starts fevered speculation that Miliband might be about to stand down as Labour leader
Famous spread of musicians help launch BBC Music but what does this mean for BBC audiences?
Cameron promises he 'won't be here forever' but warns that leaving the UK will be a 'painful divorce'
The answer to the question 'Is meat bad for you?' remains the same – Yes and No
Drama of a young man's refusal to join a British deserter's firing squad makes memorable TV
Top Gear presenter breached broadcasting standards with 'slope' comment, but won't be punished by BBC
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