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BBC show thrashes ITV's Splash, where viewing figures dived

Pope praises UK as a 'force for good'

Pope Benedict XVI praised the UK as a "force for good" today as thousands of people turned out to greet him on the first day of his historic visit.

A Concert for Heroes, Twickenham Stadium

The bromance is back on. After 15 years, Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow are on stage together, hugging and looking into each other's eyes as they sing their new single "Shame" in front of an excitable crowd of 60,000.

Piers Morgan to replace US talk show host Larry King

Piers Morgan spoke of his dream job tonight as he was unveiled as the new host on one of America's biggest talk shows.

The secret of male dancefloor success is all above the waist

Study reveals upper body movement, not fancy footwork, is key to attracting women

X Factor bosses consider showing axed contestant's footage

TV bosses will decide today whether to show axed X factor contestant Shirlena's last performance after she was dropped because of concerns over her mental health.

I tried my hand at the next gig thing

The hottest tickets at the Edinburgh Fringe are, oddly, for ventriloquists' shows. Jonathan Brown has a go

Crozier draws up strategy to make ITV 'fit for purpose'

ITV's chief executive, Adam Crozier, and chairman, Archie Norman, have presented their vision of a network more in step with 21st-century broadcasting

Inside Lines: That's show business? No, it is sport casting its magic spell

Spelbound, the 13-strong group of young gymnasts who captivated the nation with their electrifying dexterity to win 'Britain's Got Talent', have finally kicked dust over the line which supposedly separates sport from showbiz.

I blame Simon Cowell, says 'humiliated' hopeful

A former Britain's Got Talent hopeful who blamed health problems for her poor audition said today that she holds Simon Cowell personally responsible for her public humiliation.

The Week Ahead: Will Domino's Q2 results show it powering ahead?

Domino's Pizza will be in focus this morning as the City finds out whether the fast-food chain has managed to sustain the pace of sales growth seen in the first quarter of the year.

Brighton toddler, three, attacked by a fox

A toddler was taken to hospital after a report that he had been attacked by a fox, police confirmed today.

My Secret Life: Matthew Horne, Actor & comedian, 31

My parents were ... kind, caring, and not too nosy. My mother, Glenis, was a nursery nurse, and ended up working as a special-needs' class assistant. My father, Brian, was the manager of a lace factory in Nottingham.

Observations: Dizzee with my new play

When I was approached by Nicolas Kent and Indhu Rubasingham to write a play for the Tricycle Theatre as part of the Women, Power and Politics season, I thought it would be a great time to learn something new. Most of my plays have had male leads, so I wanted to go against the grain and write a play with an all-female cast. At first I thought I needed to go to a library and do tons of research.

Gymnastics is in my blood. I'm addicted, says Beth Tweddle

Gymnastics has come on in leaps and bounds since Russian elfin Olga Korbut stunned the world 38 years ago, demonstrating how thin the line is between sport and showbiz. Never more so than last Saturday when its theatrical potential was captured by a 13-strong group of acrobats from Spelthorne in Surrey who won ITV's Britain's Got Talent with a performance that was, well, spellbinding.

Inside Lines: Council killjoys try to bar Italia from waving the flag in Soho

Judging by the flags and bunting everywhere, the whole country is deep in the thralls of World Cup fever – except in a curmudgeonly corner of Westminster City Council.

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