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Television punditry has moved on, Hansen hasn't

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Advertising is like a faulty shower, ITV chairman Archie Norman once said, and the Downton Abbey broadcaster today showed again that is the case.

Gerrard: 'It's about us getting that breakthrough as early as we can. They’re happy to stop us and keep the scoreline down'

ITV win rights to all England qualifying matches

The broadcaster will show both home and away games for Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup qualifiers

Actor Bill Roache, left, leaves Preston Magistrates court after facing charges of raping a 15-year-old girl in 1967, in Preston, England, May 14, 2013. The 81-year-old actor has played Ken Barlow in the British TV soap Coronation Street since its launch in 1960.

Coronation Street actor Bill Roache makes first court appearance on rape charges

Veteran Coronation Street actor Bill Roache has made his first appearance in court accused of raping a 15-year-old girl.

Adam Crozier boosts ITV's appeal to American investors with acquisition of US TV production company

If chief executive Adam Crozier wants to make ITV more appealing to American investors, he looks to be going about it the right way.

Brazilian-born rapper, Yuri Santos, 22, who uses the stage name, Aggro Santos

'I'm A Celebrity...' rapper Aggro Santos calls for anonymity for rape suspects

Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! contestant Aggro Santos called today for rape suspects to be given anonymity until they are convicted.

Britain's Got Talent draws biggest audience of series so far

Britain's Got Talent drew its biggest audience of the series last night and opened up a gap of 3.5 million viewers over rival The Voice.

A scene from ITV's 'Strictly Kosher'

Religion should be new 'reality TV' claims Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby

Religion should be incorporated into “reality” television shows in order to increase understanding of other faiths, the Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed.

MasterChef 2013 winner Natalie Coleman

BBC serves up recipe for ratings success as MasterChef final peaks with 5.5m viewers

Last night’s MasterChef final was watched by 5.5 million people as Hackney DJ Natalie Coleman took the trophy.

'Please bury us together': Last requests of mother who 'killed her three children' before leaping to her death revealed in messages on walls

Parents of Fiona Anderson ask children's father to grant her last wishes for family to be buried togeher

Conservative supporter John Risworth in Corsham, Wiltshire

Ed Miliband told to answer the question - this time by Labour

Jittery party demands more detail on economic policy as poll lead narrows

Jose Mourinho

ITV defend cutting Jose Mourinho short with Real Madrid boss on verge of revealing future plans

Mourinho had time to indicate his future lies away from the Bernabeu

Kate and Gerry McCann said the involvement of the Metropolitan Police now meant the hunt for their daughter was escalating, rather than grinding to a halt

Six years on, Madeleine McCann's parents still hold on to hope

They say involvement of Metropolitan Police now means hunt is escalating

Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi star as lifelong partners growing rancorously old together in ITV's new sitcom Vicious

Will new ITV sitcom Vicious starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi prove a watershed for gay relationships in TV drama?

Take our poll: Are LGBT characters fairly represented on British TV?

Saturday night ratings battle: Britain's Got Talent versus The Voice

Britain's Got Talent loses a million viewers but still beats The Voice in ratings war

Britain's Got Talent saw its audience drop by a million viewers last night but it remained way ahead of rival The Voice.

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In grandfather's footsteps

5 News's political editor Andy Bell only knows his grandfather from the compelling diary he kept during WWI. But when he returned to the killing fields where Edwin Vaughan suffered so much, his ancestor came to life
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Louis van Gaal has £500,000 video surveillance system installed to monitor Manchester United players

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