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Actress says she has never been annoyed by show's different US casting

Downton Abbey returned to its largest premiere audience

Downton Abbey scores 10 million viewers... But The X Factor still comes out on top

The Edwardian drama peaks with an audience of 10.5 million

Emmy Awards 2013: Breaking Bad takes Best Drama gong ahead of Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones

The small screen? Not any more. Television is as big as cinema nowadays – as shown by the quality of programmes honoured at the Emmys

Television choices: The cast are all right in James Corden's comedy The Wrong Mans

TV pick of the week: The Wrong Mans

Vintage telly: Elisabeth Moss and Kevin Rahm in 'Mad Men'

The Breaking Bad effect: Final Mad Men season to be split into two mini-series

The final series of Mad Men will be split across two years meaning fans won't get to watch the denouement until 2015.

Ray Winstone isn't a fan of cookery and reality TV shows

Ray Winstone demonstrates appetite for TV drama (but has no time for cookery shows)

Actor Ray Winstone has criticised the glut of cookery and reality shows on the small screen.

Downton star Michelle Dockery who says that she is fed-up with surprising people because she does not have a posh accent.

My Fair Lady Mary? Michelle Dockery refuses to rule out Downton Abbey the musical

Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery says that she is fed-up with surprising people because she does not have a posh accent.

Theatre review: Farragut North, Southwark Playhouse, London

With his male-model good looks and sparkly smile, Max Irons (the womanising King Edward in the TV adaptation of The White Lady) is natural casting as a golden boy. In this UK premiere of Beau Willimon's 2008 play about dirty tricks on the campaign trail, he portrays Stephen Bellamy, the fast-rising charmer who, at 25, is already the press secretary to one of the candidates for the Democratic Party's Presidential nomination.

Brum deal: ‘Peaky Blinders’

Grace Dent on TV: Peaky Blinders, BBC2 – This is the least frightening crime gang name ever

This new BBC drama with a daft title is big, beautiful, Brummie... and a bit bloody slow

Video: Film trailers for the latest releases

Watch the videos below for a selection of trailers for the latest releases:

Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) in Breaking Bad

Better Call Saul! Breaking Bad spin-off revealing Saul Goodman's past

Breaking Bad addicts can cheer up. The series might be coming to an end this month, but its makers have given the go ahead to a one-off prequel episode revealing Saul Goodman’s past.

Wipers Times: Back row: (L-R) Pearson (Julian-Rhind Tutt), Roberts (Ben Chaplin), Harris (Steve Oram). Front Row (L-R): Barnes (Hugh Skinner), Henderson (Jarrod Cooke), Dodd (Josh O’Connor), Smith (Colin Ash)

TV review: The Wipers Times, BBC2 - A bit like Blackadder, only true

What would you do if you stumbled upon an abandoned printing press amid the hell of the First World War? The answer, according to Ian Hislop and Nick Newman's entertaining The Wipers Times, is bring out a satirical newspaper taking swipes at everyone from the top brass to the "Boche".

The first Doctor Who William Hartnell

Doctor Who 50th anniversary: BBC Four goes back in time to screen four original 1963 episodes

The first four episodes of Doctor Who - from 1963 - will be screened as part of the show's 50th anniversary celebrations.

The cast of Mrs Brown's Boys arrive at the TV Choice Awards

TV Choice Awards 2013: List of winners in full

The TV Choice Award 2013 winners in full:

Olivia Colman arrives at the TV Choice Awards 2013. The actress was nominated for her role in Broadchurch.

TV Choice Awards 2013 - Battle of the Doctors: David Tennant beats Matt Smith to best actor

Doctor Who and Broachurch won two awards each

Tony Jordan is making ‘Legion’, a series of 10 one-hour episodes

'Life on Mars' creator Tony Jordan to film 'Legion', his ‘ultimate passion project’

Tony Jordan is joining UKTV to make a dark tale about a father who tries to save his sick daughter

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A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

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