Robert Beckford attends Carnival in Rio de Janeiro in Seven Wonders of Brazil

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Elizabeth Berkley, Lark Voorhies, Mario Lopez, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Dustin Diamond and Mark-Paul Gosselaar starred in Saved by the Bell from 1989 to 1992

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The Unauthorised Saved by the Bell Story will see actors play the original stars

Critics' Choice Awards 2014: Orange is the New Black, Breaking Bad and Fargo win big

Other winners included Matthew McConaughey and The Big Bang Theory

Netflix gets new logo, users mourn loss of the nice red one

New look branded 'ugly' on Twitter

Better Call Saul gets first official image, season 2 renewal and season 1 release date

AMC president promises "no half measures" with the show

The new Thunderbird 1 which will feature in their new show Thunderbirds Are Go!

Thunderbirds Are Go! - Thunderbird 1 unveiled ahead of launch of new series starring Rosamund Pike

The design stays true to the original created in the 1960s

Daniel Day-Lewis bowed to Aaron Paul, professed his love of Breaking Bad

Paul says the encounter was a 'blur'

Netflix is making a 'late night talk show' you can watch anytime, hosted by Chelsea Handler

"We're reimagining the late night talk show... starting with the late night part" says Netflix CCO

Lorraine Pascale and her foster carers from when she was a baby, Marion and John Bird

What to watch on TV tonight to avoid the World Cup, from Cara Delevingne to Lorraine Pascale

England take on Uruguay at 8pm tonight but there's a lot else on besides

George RR Martin mocks his fictional grandson for protesting about two men kissing

Game of Thrones: George RR Martin mocks homophobia in Gay of Thrones spoof video

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Queen to visit Game of Thrones set in Northern Ireland

Fingers crossed for an Iron Throne photo op

Michelle Dockery in Downton

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Better Call Saul: Aaron Paul hasn't been offered a role but he badly wants one

Spin-off is shooting in the same ABQ stages as Breaking Bad

Actress Keely Hawes will be starring in an episode of 'Doctor Who' later this year

Doctor Who series 8: Keeley Hawes confident 'everyone will love' Peter Capaldi's Time Lord

The actress also admitted she was nervous about joining a programme with such a large and dedicated fanbase

Jeremy Paxman's last Newsnight to see tandem bicycle ride with Boris Johnson

Pair gave some of the show's most memorable interviews

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Review:Children of Syria, BBC2

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Nick and Margaret: Immigration Gain or Drain proves illuminating
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Review: Utopia, Channel 4

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The byte stuff: 'Silicon Valley'

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Maggie Gyllenhaal plays Nessa Stein, a woman who is trying to build links in the Middle East
Common and The Honourable Woman are clangingly depressing
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David Luiz pictured during the 7-1 defeat to Germany
German record set as 32.6m tune in to watch World Cup semi-final
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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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Review So much more than a bit of human-dolphin lovin'
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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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Review Streetwise teens show their winning ways
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Review Pirate drama for grown-ups
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Review A crime drama not worth staying on the case for
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Beverley, 64, enters every room preceded by a yard of cleavage
Review Are gerontophile perversions that's the problem?
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