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Educating the East End returns to Channel 4 this autumn

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Fans can look forward to an action-packed and “emotional” two-part finale - before series 8 even begins
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Robin Williams sings, 'Why don't they get a rope and hang me?' in scene aired during reporting of his suicide
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The Great British Bake Off has a history of amazing, mouthwatering cakes
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Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and James May in the first episode of Top Gear's 21st series
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Brian Blessed has called for greater diversity in Doctor Who
The actor also called for an Asian female Time Lord
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Vince Vaughn is reportedly in talks for a role in 'True Detective'
The casting for the second season is yet to be announced
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The cast of The Big Bang Theory in a still from the show
Some stars are reportedly seeking up to $1m an episode
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Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman will star in Doctor Who series 8 in August
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<p><strong>Laura
Carmichael- Lady Edith Crawley</strong></p>
<p>Carmichael currently stars as Sonya in the West End production of
Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya at the Vaudeville Theatre. She made headlines this autumn
when Royal Shakespeare Company founder Sir Peter Hall shouted at her in a
half-sleepy state during her performance. </p>
<p>Carmichael made another appearance on the stage in 2011, playing
two characters in David Hare’s <em>Plent</em>y
at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. </p>
<p>Away from the stage she starred as receptionist Sal in the 2011
film <em>Tinker Tailor Solider Spy</em>. </p>
Fans hoping for a happy ending will be disappointed
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The Great British Bake Off 2014 contestants

Great British Bake Off 2014 contestants revealed

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Up my street: The residents of the elegant Moray Place in Edinburgh's Georgian New Town

Documentary reveals a fascinating window into Britain's past

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Pedro Pascal gives a weird look at the camera in the blooper reel

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Peter Griffin holds forth in The Simpsons Family Guy crossover episode

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Paul Hollywood, Mel Giedroyc, Sue Perkins and Mary Berry are back

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Carrie Mathison returns to the field in the fourth season of Showtime's Homeland

Watch the trailer for Homeland series 4

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Radio 4's Today programme host Evan Davis has been announced as the new face of Newsnight
The Radio 4 Today programme host will start this autumn
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Meyne Wyatt and Caren Pistorus arrive for the AACTA Aawrds in Sydney, Australia
The popular Australian soap opera has come under fire in the past for being too 'whitebread'
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Review: The story of women in the First World War is also the story of female liberation
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From fear to maternity: 'In the Club'
Review: A warm new drama that could grow into something special
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Review A touch of Tarantino means it's worth sticking with this gritty gangster tale
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Calling the shots: Kids and Guns featured nine-year-old Gia from Texas

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Back to the wall: Lyse Doucet with Jalal in 'Children of Syria'

Review Children of Syria, BBC2

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Family tragedy: a woman holding a picture of her missing relative after the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh last year

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Nick & Margaret: Too Many Immigrants?
Nick and Margaret: Immigration Gain or Drain proves illuminating
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Leading light: Rose Leslie in 'Utopia'

Review: Utopia, Channel 4

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The byte stuff: 'Silicon Valley'

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David Luiz pictured during the 7-1 defeat to Germany
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Review Compelling enough and realistic when it counted
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Close to home: Lorraine Pascale with Marion and John Bird, her first foster parents
Review A model guide to the country's foster-care crisis
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Jeremy Paxman signs off for the final time
Review He was box office and BBC's news will be duller without him
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The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins
Review So much more than a bit of human-dolphin lovin'
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On the attack: Jay featured in ‘Football Hooligan & Proud’
Review An uninspiring look at the ugly side of the beautiful game

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Alan Davies, Kevin Eldon and Jo Brand in 'Playhouse Presents: Damned'

Review Yes, it's formulaic - but it's my kind of formula

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