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Roy Keane stamps on Gareth Southgate

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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane was outspoken during ITV's coverage of last night's Champions League tie

Gareth Thomas recovers from illness to appear in Dancing On Ice final - but he won't compete in show

Rugby star Gareth Thomas says he has recovered enough to return for the Dancing On Ice final - but he will not be competing on the show.

Nani is given his marching orders

Roy Keane on Nani sending off: 'It's dangerous play - it's a red card'

Former Manchester United captain says referee made the right call against Real Madrid

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<p><b>MAYDAY</b></p> <p>A BBC five-parter, screening every night this week. It's May Day in the village and the community assembles to watch the parade. But the May Queen, 14-year old Hattie never appears. Suddenly, everyone in the village is a suspect. </p>
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<p>An ITV eight-parter, screening on Monday nights. It’s Sports Day in the village school and the community assembles to watch the sack race. But 10-year old Danny never appears. He is later found dead at the foot of the cliffs. Suddenly, everyone in the village is a suspect.</p>
<p><b>WINNER?</b></p>
<p> A tie. It’s the same plot in different places. Which brings us on to…</p>

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Gareth Thomas makes return to Dancing on Ice final

Gareth Thomas will return to Dancing on Ice this Sunday for the group performance, despite announcing he was leaving the competition due to ill health.

Olivia Colman and David Tennant star in Broadchurch

Television choices: Scheduling clash for new dramas Mayday and Broadchurch

TV pick of the week: Broadchurch

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.

Harman: women on TV meet ‘an untimely end’ when they reach 50

Harman demands audit of older women in broadcasting

The BBC and other major broadcasters are accused today of making women aged over 50 "invisible" and should be "named and shamed" for not putting older female presenters on screen.

Ellen E Jones on TV: If true love is what you’re after, why not try your luck in prison?

Take Me Out, ITV; The Millionaire Matchmaker, 4MUSIC; Her Majesty’s Prison: Aylesbury, ITV; The Fried Chicken Shop: Life in a Day, channel 4

ITV plan to cut regional news gets go-ahead

The media regulator Ofcom is backing a plan by ITV to slash its regional news output in exchange for offering more localised bulletins across England.

STV beats advertising downturn by wheeling out shows for other stations

Investing in online and making television shows for other broadcasters is helping STV, the Scottish version of ITV, to grow  at a time when the traditional ad market is set to stay flat over the medium term.

Tom Daley shrugged off a virus to win the men’s 10m

Tom Daley back with Splash! of his own in Plymouth

Tom Daley overcame a chest infection to start his season with a comfortable defence of his national 10m Platform title at the British Gas Diving Championships yesterday.

Tom Daley was believed to have received a six-figure sum for the first series of Splash!

Splash-back! Second series for Tom Daley

ITV has signed up Tom Daley for a second series of the hit celebrity diving show Splash!

Thunderbirds Are Go (again)! ITV commissions 26 episodes from Lord of the Rings special effects team

Thunderbirds Are Go once again, 50 years after the cult show featuring the exploits of International Rescue first went on air.

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