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With only 14 Mad Men episodes left, there's still much to resolve in the drama's final series

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The Purple Wedding: Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell tie the knot
The second episode of the hit HBO featured a surprise
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Made in Wales: Richard Harrington (centre) leads the cast of
'Hinterland'

Gerard Gilbert on the gripping Welsh-language dramas that are making waves internationally

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Billy Bob Thornton in the new adaptation of ‘Fargo’

The classic crime movie has become a 10-part series

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Kylie has helped to boost viewing figures for the talent show

The singer has blamed her departure on tour clashes

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Michael Buerk has hit out at recently-axed channel BBC3 and TV presenters who 'cry ageism'

The long-standing BBC newsreader called the channel's content 'embarrassing' and hit out at sacked presenters

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Patsy Palmer as market stall holder Bianca Butcher in EastEnders

Palmer will leave the BBC soap in the autumn but will not be killed off

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Chris O’Dowd, Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson star in The IT Crowd, which leads the way with four nominations at the 2014 Bafta TV awards

Channel 4 sitcom The IT Crowd and drama Southcliffe lead the race with four nods each

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From Sherlock to Shakespeare: Both Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch will take on the role of Richard III, with Freeman starring on stage and Cumberbatch on TV

Co-star Martin Freeman will tackle the same role on stage

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Adolf Hitler with Eva Braun, whose relationship with him was a state secret
Documentary tested hair samples which are said to have come from a hairbrush used by the fascist dictator's wife
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Steve Coogan (left) and Rob Brydon star in 'The Trip'
The Trip to Italy, TV review
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The cast of The Big Bang Theory in a still from the show

Special Lucasfilm show will mark Star Wars day in May

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Waterloo Road has been axed by the BBC and will not return until 2015

Show will finish in 2015 'to make room for new dramas'

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Spoiler alert: Deaths, births, blue horns and yellow umbrellas offer fans closure

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Creator Scott Gimple promises the next run will be a 'nuclear weapon'

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Hugh Montgomery presents his A-Z on how the series has grown into the television event
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Ricky Gervais as downtrodden care-home worker Derek Noakes in comedy-drama Derek

The Derek creator says he loves to write more interesting female characters

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Review Quietly impressive

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Review A no-nonsense battle of the chefs whets the appetite

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Warning sign: 'The New Troubleshooter' with Digby Jones (centre) and Kate and Mike Muxworthy

Review This guru looks like he's going to do the business

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House call: ‘Under Offer: Estate Agents on the Job’

Review Human side of loathed profession revealed, worth a second viewing

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Game of Thrones series four

Breasts bared, blood spilt – S4E01 was worth staying up for

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Band of sisters rescue mishmash of a Great War drama

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Lauren is one of the children featured on 15,000 Kids and Counting

Review Channel 4's poignant documentary has empathy for all parties in the adoption process

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London Live will be broadcast on Freeview 8, Sky 117 and Virgin 159

Review A-listers, sharp chat, great food and that's just for starters

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Briefs encounter: Miranda Raison and Rupert Penry-Jones in 'Silk'

Review Thrilling twists make Silk's farewell a guilty pleasure

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New York state of mind: Adam Driver and Lena Dunham in 'Girls'

Review Hannah goes out on a personal high

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Will.i.am singing with Jermaine Jackman and Sophie May Williams
Four chosen to battle in final
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Grace Dent on The Missing
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Having a ball: Jamie Chung and Johnny Sequoyah in ‘Believe’

New fantasy sci-fi's plot is beyond belief but sassy Bo is a girl wonder

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In the best possible taste: John Torode and Gregg Wallace present ‘MasterChef’

Review A pie-in-the-sky starter but cookery shows don't get better than this

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A brave face: Berna with a picture of her sister Esra in 'Missing'

Review A melancholy portrait of three missing persons turns up painful home truths

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Parky: Mrs Merton crossed with James Bond

Review Dynamo made for a particularly good show

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True collars: Simon McBurney, Joanna Scanlan, Vicki Pepperdine, Tom Hollander and
Kayvan Novak in 'Rev'

Review Irreverent Rev inspires devotion with inter-faith jesting and social comment

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Louis Theroux in his new documentary 'LA Stories'

Review Is the acclaimed documentary maker running out of interesting material?

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The Million Pound Necklace: Inside Boodles on Channel 4

Review Boodles owners stole the show from champagne-swilling customers

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