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The Highland cottage owned by disgraced TV presenter Jimmy Savile will be sold at auction today.
Plus: The BBC's announcement of a Bergerac remake made my day. Fingers-crossed they keep the cheesy old theme tune
Jane Henson, the former wife of Muppets creator Jim Henson, has died at the age of 78 after a long battle with cancer.
The new series of Doctor Who will feature one of the scariest monsters viewers have seen, according to the show’s star Matt Smith.
Glamour model Lacey Banghard became the third person evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother House.
New figures show rival period dramas Call The Midwife and Downton Abbey outshone Coronation Street in the Christmas Day battle of the period dramas.
Viewing figures slump in the great Christmas TV turn-off - audience numbers are lowest for a decade
Christmas Day television is now dominated by home-grown drama rather than the light entertainment shows that filled schedules 20 years ago, according to a survey of the changing face of festive viewing.
It is fourth time unlucky for Helen Flanagan after she was picked to do tonight's bushtucker trial in I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!.
A sex scandal will not tear apart Sesame Street. Days after allegations of sexual misconduct were made against Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash, they have been withdrawn - the claimant recanting his story he had sex with Clash while still a minor.
Status Quo frontman Francis Rossi has described how Jimmy Savile invited him to a ‘sex party’ when he was just 18-years-old in 1968.
As the BBC's political satire ends, Westminster's real-life farce carries on
Three separate photos show the extent of the damage done by the unnamed woman to Elias Garcia Martinez’s work ‘Ecce Homo’.
Former EastEnders star Tamzin Outhwaite has given birth to a baby girl.
He's an English actor who's as authentically bluesy as a game of cricket – but Hugh Laurie does a great impression of an American roots original
There are occasions when only Gary Barlow, Grace Jones and a hula hoop will do. Fortunately, those occasions only come round every 60 years, so it's important to have something else to listen to in the meantime. And while BBC Radio 2 lined up a seamless flotilla of Jubilee programmes – Sixty Amazing Years segueing into We Are Sixty and then a 60 years-themed Sunday Half-Hour with music from the choir of the Queen's Chapel of the Savoy on Sunday alone, there were odd pockets of airtime that offered a more leftfield perspective on the damp pyrotechnics of the long weekend, if not ever managing to ignore them entirely.