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The new SuperTed TV show will be more politically correct than the Eighties’ version

Cartoon to make comeback on BBC in 2016

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Rio Ferdinand, Alan Shearer, Alan Hansen and Gary Lineker during Hansen's final broadcast

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Star Andrew Buchan insists the next run will be "vastly different" to other murder mystery television series
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David Tennant and Benedict Cumberbatch
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Fans can snap up tickets for a special screening on 7 August
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The Academy have stripped the TV presenter of the accolade following his conviction for indecent assault
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Nick and Margaret: Immigration Gain or Drain proves illuminating
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Common and The Honourable Woman are clangingly depressing
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German record set as 32.6m tune in to watch World Cup semi-final
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Review The hit show remains 'one of the best things'
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Review Yentob and Roth enjoy a literary love-in
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