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Last night's viewing - Elementary, Sky Living; George Clarke's Amazing Spaces, Channel 4

An enigma has been solved in a most ingenious way – the solver cutting through the preconceptions of fuzzier minds and delivering the solution with a flourish. What was inexplicable has been unfolded and smoothed flat. Impossible knots have been deftly loosed and unravelled.

Atonement director Joe Wright to bring Olivier-winner Chiwetel Ejiofor back to London stage

Anna Karenina director Joe Wright is to stage A Season in the Congo at the Young Vic next summer, starring acclaimed actor Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Robert Pattinson retains world's sexiest man title

Twilight star Robert Pattinson has maintained his place as the world's sexiest man - despite being publicly humiliated over Kristen Stewart's cheating scandal.

Benedict Cumberbatch, as Tietjens, and Adelaide Clemens, as Valentine, in Parade's End

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Stoppard's glorious gem puts Downton Abbey to shame

Face to watch: Adelaide Clemens is destined for acclaim, with a lead role in BBC2's upcoming adaptation of modernist epic Parade's End alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and a smaller one in Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby
Benedict Cumberbatch and Adelaide Clemens star in Parade's End
Rebecca Hall and Benedict Cumberbatch in Edwardian drama Parade's End

Sir Tom Stoppard returns to the small screen with Edwardian drama

Parade's End, on the BBC, is a £13m co-production with HBO

Homeland to battle Downton for top Emmys

America's love affair with British television drama continues to flourish after a host of UK talent received Emmy nominations, with Downton Abbey leading the charge.

Alice Jones: Being outlandish is the name of the game

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James Corden nominated for Tony Award

James Corden has been nominated for a prestigious Tony Award for the Broadway production of his hit show One Man, Two Guvnors.

Fred West drama heads TV Bafta nominations

A TV drama about serial killer Fred West headed the shortlist for the TV Baftas today with nominations for four awards.

Sir David Attenborough on TV Bafta shortlist

Sir David Attenborough is to take on Keith Lemon and Sherlock for a TV Bafta.

Cast members from Matilda the Musical, who each play Matilda on different nights, celebrate winning Best Actress in a musical at the Olivier Awards

Matilda musical takes record haul at the Oliviers

Matilda the Musical dominated UK theatre's most prestigious awards ceremony last night as the adaptation of Roald Dahl's book picked up a record seven Olivier Awards.

Joanna Lumley, Jessie J and Helen Mirren

Trending: Who would be best on Doctor Who?

Time Lord casting news - Rebecca Armstrong wishes they'd think outside the Tardis

James Corden in One Man, Two Guvnors at the NT Lyttelton

James Corden and Jude Law set for Olivier Awards battle

Gavin and Stacey star James Corden is up against Jude Law for a prestigious theatrical award.

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