John Slattery in the final series of 'Mad Men'

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As 'Mad Men' completes its long goodbye, John Slattery, who plays the wisecracking womaniser Roger Sterling, tells Gerard Gilbert that he's now happy to move on from the character who made him famous

Chipo Chung as Mary Magdalene in A.D

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From Game of Thrones to House of Cards - the age of the TV heroine has arrived

With Mad Men finishing, the anti-hero has had his day - and complex women are in control

Trevor Noah is the next host of The Daily Show

Trevor Noah: All the way from Soweto to the very biggest gig in comedy

The man chosen to succeed Jon Stewart as host of 'The Daily Show' is walking into a political and racial minefield

Rising star: South African comedian Trevor Noah

What new Daily Show host Trevor Noah can learn from James Corden's Late, Late success

Noah should dare to be bland, chill out about the accent and remember that 'unfunny' is a relative concept, says Ellen E Jones

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Homeward Bound, Cinderella and The Mill are also available this month

Maisie Williams is confirmed to guest star in Doctor Who

Game of Thrones meets Doctor Who: Actors from Maisie Williams to Mark Gatiss who travelled from Westeros to the Tardis

Fantasy fans might begin to wonder where Doctor Who gets its casting ideas from - or is it the other way around?

19th April 1965: British disc jockey Alan 'Fluff' Freeman with the tools of his trade.

Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper: Moving Official Chart show to Friday will make the ultimate curated playlist even more exciting

Moving the show will also allow us to move the charts into a higher-profile slot - it will be broadcast between 4pm and 6pm on Fridays in Greg James’s show

David Threlfall interview: The actor takes a forensic approach in Code of a Killer as he leaves Shameless's Frank Gallagher behind

'Shameless' may have defined him, but David Threlfall is a chameleonic graduate from the school of Mike Leigh. Gerard Gilbert meets him on the eve of his latest leading role
There's more to Sidse Babett Knudsen than Borgen

Sidse Babett Knudsen interview: Borgen star says Birgitte Nyborg may yet return, as actress turns dominatrix for Denmark's Fifty Shades

From risqué art movies to Dan Brown blockbusters, there’s much more to the actress than Danish PM Birgitte Nyborg

Left to right: David Cameron (Mark Dexter), Nick Clegg (Bertie Carvel) and Gordon Brown (Ian Grieve)

Coalition: Channel 4 makes a drama out of a political crisis

The dramatisation focuses on those five tense days in 2010, when our current government was formed

Dressed for success: Mark Gatiss

Mark Gatiss on playing 'prince of darkness' Peter Mandelson in Channel 4's Coalition

Mark Gatiss co-created 'The League of Gentlemen' and 'Sherlock'. But has he now met his greatest challenge in the role of New Labour's 'prince of darkness'? No problem, he tells James Rampton, Mandeslon is just another version of Mycroft Holmes
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The new X-Files: Can Mulder and Scully pull it off in a more cynical, post-Snowden era?

Plans for a new series of the 'The X-Files' have excited fans of the original show, Simon Usborne among them
Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in The X-Files

The X-Files returns: The five weirdest episodes

Mulder and Scully are coming back! Here's a taste of what we've been missing

Top Gear's biggest controversies from Jeremy Clarkson's 'fracas' to offending most of Mexico

The Top Gear brand has been tainted by a number of controversies over the years, but each one seems to cement an even more fervent following from fans

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