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Davis will leave Radio 4's Today programme to take up his new role

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Meyne Wyatt and Caren Pistorus arrive for the AACTA Aawrds in Sydney, Australia

Neighbours casts Meyne Wyatt as first indigenous actor in a main role

The Australian soap opera has been accused of being 'whitebread' in its casting

Radio 4's Today programme host Evan Davis has been announced as the new face of Newsnight

Evan Davis replaces Jeremy Paxman as Newsnight presenter

BBC Director general Tony Hall described Davis as an 'outstanding journalist'

A promotional shot for new TV series Gotham based on the DC Comic universe

Batman won't feature in TV show Gotham, series creator confirms

Showrunner says he wants the show to focus on human characters instead

It looks like Krusty the Clown is the major Simpsons character death

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Baby Shower: Charlie the beagle steals baby's toy, then repents by showering her with gifts

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Comedian Hardeep Singh Kohli explores Scottish sport, but humour is thin on the ground

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Celebrity MasterChef final 2014: Sophie Thompson wins final with her 'original' dishes

The judges were wowed by the actress' individual cooking style

Photographer Vivian Maier

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Hollyoaks has been named the most violent soap on TV in a new report by Ofcom

Hollyoaks named most violent soap on TV

Channel 4 soap was found to be contain more scenes depicting violence than EastEnders, Emmerdale or Coronation Street

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman as Doctor Who and Clara behind the scenes

Peter Capaldi to attend London premiere of Doctor Who series 8

The cast and crew will be answering questions from fans after the screening

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