Ali Hamedani says he was forced to hand over his phone and password so it could be scoured for political views
Many have received death threats and verbal, which some fear will discourage other women from entering politics
'The producers can get on with bringing it back to screens this year'
Conway said White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was citing 'alternative facts' about the size of the inauguration crowds
Will busy Hollywood schedules get in the way of Sherlock returning?
Only 5.9 million people tuned in
Sherlock fans have a long wait ahead before their favourite detective makes his return, but a real-life master of deduction is sharing a few tricks of the trade
Cross-party inquiry to be launched amid fears inaccurate stories are undermining democracy
'I don't know if I can even say that'
A complaint from a viewer prompted the BBC Trust to investigate
Some appeared outraged while others praised the BBC for mocking Isis
The Prime Minister has ditched the Corporation for her traditional start-of-year interview
The traditional TV schedule is still more important than we might think
It'll feature never-before-heard audio interviews and an acapella version of 'Lazarus'
The finale brought in 15.9 million viewers
The two-hour episode stunned viewers upon its premiere in 2015