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Britain's most prestigious television awards ceremony changes its rules to reflect the way we now watch TV
Abi Morgan's River will be screened on BBC One in 2015
The five best moments from the Emmy Awards - in GIFs
The small screen? Not any more. Television is as big as cinema nowadays – as shown by the quality of programmes honoured at the Emmys
Neil Warnock heads the list of new appointments that will bring all the coverage from its 'state of the art' studios
The new chap was nervous, certainly, but no less funny than his boss
Those awaiting what has been dubbed the "American Downton" will have to be patient. The Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes has said he is prepared to postpone writing The Gilded Age until the much-loved British series concludes - but there is no end in sight for the Crawley family just yet.
Jeanne Cooper, who died on 8 May at the age of 84, was an enduring star of American soap opera. She played grande dame Katherine Chancellor for nearly four decades on The Young and the Restless.
Jeanne Cooper, the enduring soap opera star who played grande dame Katherine Chancellor for nearly four decades on The Young and the Restless, has died aged 84.
American who recorded plight of children in Romanian orphanages is shot dead after dispute over pruning of trees
Doggone it! A stand-up who's dark and knows when to bite
P G Wodehouse is remembered as the comic author who created Jeeves and Wooster, yet for decades he has also been burdened with the reputation of wartime traitor due to accusations he collaborated with the Nazis.
Whether putting their faith in leeches, cupping or even human placenta, Hollywood stars stop at nothing to beat the ageing process – and in the week of the Academy Awards looking dazzling is more important than ever.
Last hour for the period drama set in a 1950s newsroom
The end is nigh for the period drama set in a 1950s newsroom