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Prosecution says soap star was lying when he denied sexually abusing five girls

Michelle Collins on This Morning

Former EastEnder Michelle Collins to exit Coronation Street next year

Scriptwriters planning 'a memorable departure' for Rovers Return landlady Stella Price

Chris Fountain has been axed from Coronation Street after he admitted posting offensive songs on YouTube

Chris Fountain axed from Coronation Street over offensive rap lyrics

Actor was exposed as mysterious rapper The Phantom

Radio station apologises after encouraging listeners to troll Helen Flanagan

Listeners to the Manchester station hit back, accusing it of promoting bullying

Sam Faiers has been criticised by domestic abuse charity ManKind for suggesting 'everyone slaps their boyfriend when they deserve it'

Reality TV show TOWIE slammed by domestic abuse charity after Sam Faiers admits to pushing and slapping Joey Essex

'Everyone slaps their boyfriend once, when they deserve it,' she said

The North (and Almost Everything in It), By Paul Morley

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Actor William Roache has been charged with five historic offences of indecent assault involving four girls

Coronation Street star Bill Roache will 'vigorously protest his innocence' over child sex charges

The veteran actor and Coronation Street star Bill Roache has vowed to “vigorously protest his innocence” over “deeply upsetting” child sex charges, his lawyer said today.

Coronation Street's Michelle Keegan was voted Sexiest Female at the Soap Awards for the fifth time.

Coronation Street triumphs over EastEnders at British Soap Awards 2013

Coronation Street dominated the British Soap Awards scooping eight out of 16 awards including Best Soap.

William Roache, child abuse and past lives

Judging by his comments, I guess my disability is just a punishment for being a total badass in a previous life?

Forman receives the Bafta Fellowship in 1977 from Princess Anne; he was also a Fellow of the BFI

Sir Denis Forman: Granada executive hailed as a pioneer of commercial television

The pipe-puffing, braces-wearing Denis Forman was one of the godfathers of commercial television in Britain. He firmly believed in making high-quality programmes that were also popular. Under his stewardship, Granada Television was particularly noted for the investigative journalism and dramas that it produced for the ITV network.

Coronation Street's Sunita to die in Rovers Return blaze

Coronation Street's famous Rovers Return is set to go up in flames in a blaze which kills soap favourite Sunita Alahan.

Oxenford in one of her many television roles, as Evelyn Spurling in ‘Land of Hope and Gloria’

Daphne Oxenford: Actress who was the voice of 'Listen With Mother' for over two decades

Two generations of children who grew up on the BBC radio programme Listen with Mother will for ever remember the opening words: "Are you sitting comfortably? Then, I'll begin." For 21 years from its inception (1950-71), Daphne Oxenford was one of those most notable for delivering the line and reading stories in a 15-minute show also featuring songs and nursery rhymes. The others included Julia Lang and Dorothy Smith, and pre-school listeners and their mothers were hailed to hear their welcome by the equally memorable theme tune, the Berceuse from Fauré's Dolly Suite. Listen with Mother finally ended in 1982.

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Age: 52

Skating with: Andrew Buchanan.

Most famous for: Former GMTV, National Lottery and Blue Peter presenter whose image was tarnished when she promoted a chocolate bar at her wedding to second husband Grant Bovey.

Turner, nicknamed Princess Tippy Toes, said: "I have got a massive (bruise) on my bum and some on my legs from the lifts!"

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Anthea Turner suffers rib injury during Dancing on Ice training

Dancing On Ice star Anthea Turner is recovering after hurting a rib during training for the ITV show.

Hayley Cropper actress to leave Coronation Street after 15 years

Long-serving Coronation Street star Julie Hesmondhalgh is leaving the soap after 15 years as TV favourite Hayley Cropper.

Give me liberty, or give me Eric and Ernie

Just because we don't all watch the same Christmas TV programmes any more doesn't mean that the nation is coming apart at the seams

Boxing day murderer 'Psycho' Keiran Stapleton attacks prison chaplain

A murderer who labelled himself “Psycho” after murdering an Indian student in the street has tried to attack a prison chaplain.

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