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Age: 27

Skating with: Dan Whiston.

Most famous for: Tweddle has been called Britain's most successful gymnast. She recently added a bronze in the uneven bars at London 2012 to her tally.

Tweddle has a fear of "being the first celebrity to get voted off".

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Beth Tweddle crowned Dancing on Ice champion after 'electric' Bolero

Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle has been crowned Dancing on Ice champion after an "electric" performance of the Bolero - made famous by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean at the 1984 Winter Olympics.

Moussa Sissoko

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The Newsroom, Sky Atlantic

Grace Dent on TV: The Newsroom, Sky Atlantic

If you find Sorkin's latest a bit trite, think on this: at least you're not watching Winter Wipeout

BBC pays £22m to 19 stars

The number of top talent earning more than £100,000 a year at the BBC has gone up, according to its accounts which were released today.

Stolen, BBC1, Sunday<br/>The Killing, Channel 4, Thursday

A drama on the terrible issue of child trafficking deserves better than to have as its hero the most characterless TV character this side of Christine Bleakley

Frank Lampard and Christine Bleakley get engaged

Daybreak presenter Christine Bleakley and Chelsea star Frank Lampard have become engaged.

Editor-At-Large: At last, the perfect job for Andrew ... He can be a dummy

Imagine the scene at Windsor Castle this weekend. The Queen, not known for talking intimately with her children, will be desperately hoping that someone can come up with a suitably face-saving solution to the Andrew problem. With two royal weddings in the next few months – always good for boosting the popularity of the monarchy – the last thing the palace needs is for the Andrew saga to continue to throw up grisly publicity.

Media Diary: Ex-Treme case of Anglophobia

Sky Atlantic

Treme, the New Orleans-based Sky Atlantic drama from David Simon (creator of The Wire), provides great insight into the culture of a great city.

Daybreak draws a million viewers

ITV1 morning show Daybreak has bounced back by drawing a million viewers for the first time since its launch week.

Ian Burrell: As a new advertising dawn breaks, ITV stands ready

How ITV must be grateful for that blunder that led to Peter Fincham being fired from BBC1 for an off-air clip that misrepresented the Queen and gave Britain's biggest commercial broadcaster the chance to hire one of the television industry's creative powerhouses.

Sarah Sands: Guilty or not, the BBC is behind the times

I was not aware of Miriam O'Reilly, the former presenter of Countryfile, until she became a martyr for women over 50. O'Reilly claims that Jay Hunt, the former controller of BBC 1, dumped her because her face could not survive the age of high-definition television. It is perfectly possible, however, that Hunt took against O'Reilly for individual rather than general ageist reasons. Plausibly, it is not that Hunt "hates women", as a fellow female presenter alleged, but that she didn't rate her.

Is Liverpool owner's wife the new queen of the WAGs?

The glamorous face peering down from the directors' box at Liverpool's Europa League match on Thursday night wasn't a pop star or gossip column regular. Linda Pizzuti had the looks – and was credited with inspiring the impressive hat-trick from captain Steven Gerrard in his side's 3-1 defeat of Napoli – but the new darling of the Kop is far from an average WAG.

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