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The News Matrix: Friday 30 August 2013

Men arrested over horse-meat scandal

Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley after the final Daybreakshow. Despite a huge budget the programme failed to beat its BBC rival

Adrian Chiles returns to the BBC three years after defection to ITV

Adrian Chiles is returning to the BBC for the first time in three years after he quit the corporation for ITV.

The News Matrix: Saturday 24 August 2013

Helicopter crashes with 18 on board

TV police duo Scott & Bailey, played by Suranne Jones (left) and Lesley Sharp (right)

ITV's Scott & Bailey back for fourth series

Female TV police duo Scott & Bailey are coming back for a fourth series.

James Ashton: Bankers toiling in these dog days will be wagging their tails at bonus time

The whodunnit 'Broadchurch' was praised for its ‘restrained approach’

Godfrey Bloom, shown here about to be excluded from the European parliament for shouting

Ukip MEP Godfrey Bloom insists that "Bongo Bongo Land" simply means land of the antelope

Unrepentant MEP refuses to back down or apologise over comments that caused storm of protest, insisting there was no racist intent behind phrase

Tom Daley: Marked out as a future media star after posing with Kate Moss at a photo shoot for Italian Vogue aged 15. TV career beckons after coaching role on hit celebrity diving show Splash! despite concern over outside commitments

Tom Daley to host TV travel adventure series on ITV

Olympic diving star Tom Daley is swapping backflips for backpacks as he heads around the world for a new TV series.

It's the end of the world – and ITV is smiling

ITV is expected to confirm that an advertising recovery is boosting profit when the Broadchurch broadcaster reports half-year results on Tuesday.

Flooding in Godmanchester, Huntingdon

Flash floods and series of heavy thunderstorms mark end of heatwave

A month's rain fell in just a few hours in some areas

ITV gets concession on regional news with 10-year licence deal

ITV has won an important concession from the regulator Ofcom, which has relaxed its obligation to air regional news.

Junior Just a Minute: Radio 4's panel game has been given a youthful new makeover

Venerated host, Nicholas Parsons may be pushing 90, but the panelists on his legendary radio show just keep getting younger and younger

The Wigan team celebrate with the FA Cup (Ian Kingston/AFP/Getty Images)

BBC and BT Sport win rights to the FA Cup

ITV secure exclusive rights to England games from 2014

Tyson Fury stands on a chair to make a point during his press conference with David Haye

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Tyson Fury lit the blue touch paper ahead of his highly anticipated fight against David Haye by belittling the former WBA heavyweight champion's record and labelling him a "celebrity little fighting man" ahead of their contest in Manchester on 28 September.

UK tech sector's seal of approval as Carlos Slim buys into Shazam

The Mexican telecoms billionaire Carlos Slim, the world's richest man, has spent $40m (£26m) on a stake in the British mobile app company Shazam, in a major vote of confidence in the UK's technology industry.

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