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The singer has blamed her departure on tour clashes

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

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

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

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Special Lucasfilm show will mark Star Wars day in May

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

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

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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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Review Hannah goes out on a personal high

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

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

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

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