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Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

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What rules controversy? Tiger Woods goes into the final day of the Masters just four shots off the lead when he might have been taking the kids to the park as a disqualified golfer.

Netplay on to a winner on late-night TV

Persuading late-night viewers of ITV and Channel 5 to call in and gamble on casino-style games is paying off for Netplay TV, the Aim-listed group whose annual profits have soar more than fivefold to £3m.

Bloodiest show on the box: Series 3 of Game of Thrones begins on 1 April on Sky Atlantic, while Season 2 is out on DVD tomorrow

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The second teaser trailer for the third series of Game of Thrones gives fans a glimpse of what they can expect when the programme returns to UK television on 1 April.

Sport on TV: David Lloyd's curiouser ramblings killed the duck, not the cat

There seems to be an acknowledgement that England's Test series in New Zealand isn't particularly interesting. In a double Ashes year this might be understandable. The highlights on Sky Sports are only an hour long instead of two, and in the live transmission David Lloyd is on a campaign to keep viewers awake: "What time is it now? Twenty past 11? Have some discipline. Make a cup of coffee!" He's as manic as the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland, but when he pops down the hole again to go Down Under next winter he won't need to keep reminding us to keep our eyes open for the Ashes.

Sebastian Vettel celebrates winning his third world title

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BBC and Sky share rights to the Formula One season

Now I'm moving house for one day only

Moving house really brings you up to speed with the state of customer service in modern-day Britain. For the past two weeks I have been waging an almost constant war, via Twitter, email and phone, to get companies to do the simplest things like turn up on time (or even on the right day), deliver the correct item or offer help over the phone in something resembling human. I am fortunate in that I am a very minor celebrity with a healthy amount of Twitter followers. Time and again, the moment I tweeted my grievances the managing director or head of customer care would be in touch within 15 minutes promising to solve the problem. This is brilliant for me, but it's a sad state of affairs that problems that are easily solved can only be dealt with because I once dressed as a large squirrel.

BSkyB's £200m for O2 broadband set-up

BSkyB made a significant move to grow beyond pay-TV yesterday, paying up to £200m for mobile giant O2's broadband and fixed-line operation.

Disney deal gives BSkyB pay-TV movies stranglehold

BSkyB has shown it still has a stranglehold over the best new movies on pay-TV as it signed a major rights deal with Disney, dealing a blow to online movie-streaming rivals NetFlix and Amazon's LoveFilm.

BT boss aims to score with football

Ian Livingston has his eye on ESPN's live rights as he pushes the telecoms giant into the world of pay-TV and takes on arch-rival Sky, reports Gideon Spanier

BSkyB buoyant after subscription price rises boost profits

Subscription-price increases and a modest rise in customer numbers helped satellite broadcaster BSkyB report a strong rise in first-half profits.

Production staff choose between 30 cameras, which offered no hiding place for England’s Ravi Bopara after his duck

Sky make Premier League matches available on 'pay-per-view'

Currently a subscription is needed to watch Sky Sports

Linesman John Brooks has been stood down from FA Cup duty after telling Manchester City's Joleon Lescott, pictured, to applaud the fans on Sunday

Official who urged Joleon Lescott to applaud '£62' Manchester City fans axed from FA Cup duty

Dim view taken of Brooks telling defender to go and see away support at Emirates

All that jazz: Thirties drama Dancing On The Edge stars Janet Montgomery (Sarah) and Chiwetel Ejiofor (Louis Lester)

IoS TV preview of 2013: It's murder on the dance floor

Stephen Poliakoff and P G Wodehouse lead the way in a tough year for sofas everywhere

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher leaves hospital after bladder operation

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has left the hospital after an operation to remove a bladder growth.

Newsnight scandal review is delayed

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