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New Muppets trailer hinting at Kermit girlfriend prompts outrage and sympathy for the frog
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Producers claim new adaptation of DH Lawrence novel 'almost porn', but there's no swearing or nudity
US version of video-streaming site loses Hunger Games and other films, as rival Hulu fills gap
Maths whizz 'covered in burns and doctor's dressings' after tripping on running machine
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'Creeping imperial ambition' of politicians is doing global harm to our stock, says Thick of It creator
'Flat, stale show' has no business using a rape storyline to drive its worn-out plots, says critic
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Was BBC Christian programme filmed in migrant camp 'overtly political' or just Christian?
Critics give their thoughts on the first episode of the final series, as fans demand to know: 'where's Tom?'
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 highlights show before Match of the Day has been savaged by the critics after a shaky debut
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