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By Any Means, Sun, BBC1 // When Miranda Met Bruce, Sat, BBC1

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Fantasy band: Charlotte Church

'James Murphy would be handy to have around...'

Gavin Henson (l) is floored by Bath teammate Carl Fearns (r)

Matt Butler: Yet another early Bath for Gavin Henson, the floored talent

Henson only signed last month – his fifth club in two years – and already the club are investigating an 'incident' on Wednesday night

Russell Brand will appear alongside Boris Johnson on Question Time.

Russell Brand and Boris Johnson to go head-to-head on Question Time

Comedian Russell Brand is to be a panellist on political debate show Question Time, sharing the stage with Mayor of London Boris Johnson.

72 told they were victims of snooping

Dozens of people have been told by the Information Commissioner's Office they were the target of searches by a private investigator working for newspapers who was later convicted of breaching data protection rules.

Charlotte Church at the High Court yesterday

Charlotte Church: 'Why did I settle the case? Because I found out their tactics. They were going to go after my mother again'

Charlotte Church yesterday accepted £600,000 from News International to bring her phone-hacking case to a close. She tells James Cusick how her treatment at the hands of Rupert Murdoch's team alienated her friends, brought her career to a standstill – and drove her mother close to suicide

Matthew Norman: Rest in peace, Gary – the tabloids have shut up

Even a month ago, the red-top papers would have gorged themselves on a speculative feeding frenzy

Sophie Bevan: Born to sing

Fast-rising soprano Sophie Bevan comes from a family of eight musical children and an extended musical family of 60. Ahead of her landmark solo recital tonight, she talks to Jessica Duchen

Diary: Best to avoid the scrum, Gavin

Never afraid to embrace the big issues of the day, High Street Ken sprang into action on behalf of his old mate Gavin Henson, after the occasional rugby player announced he was once again ready for romance.

Charlotte Church: The fall and rise of little voice

Angel, little devil, motormouth, mother. Six albums and thousands of column inches in, Charlotte Church talks about life in the limelight to Charlotte Cripps

Deborah Ross: 'It’s no fun having the red tops up your skirt'

If you ask me, it's a sad day when the red tops look up J-Lo's skirt and report back that she has "dimpled thighs". It's a sad day for J-Lo and a sad day for all those dimpled thighs who just want to get on with their business quietly. "I never bother anyone when I go about my dimpling," one such thigh says. "I dimple in the mornings, and then tend to read for the afternoon. I like Philip Roth."

Album: Charlotte Church, Back to Scratch (Dooby Records)

With song titles like "Unravelling" and "The Story Of Us", it's tempting to read this as Church's divorce album, although a millionaire since her teens singing about "our couch we spent months trying to buy" counsels against seeking autobiography.

First Night: The Graham Norton Show, BBC1

Relief at the BBC as Norton plays it safe in Ross's shoes

'Sell new CDs for £1' says industry expert

A former leading record-label boss has said lowering the prices of albums to £1 could lead to a huge rise in music sales.

'No third party' involved in Charlotte Church split

Charlotte Church and Gavin Henson said today that no one else was involved in their split.

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