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

ITV v BBC ratings war recommences as Britain's Got Talent goes head-to-head with The Voice

The Voice will clash with ITV rival Britain's Got Talent when the Simon Cowell show launches next week as broadcasters compete to dominate Saturday night viewing.

The Jeremy Kyle show 'turned Mick Philpott into a celebrity'

A psychologist claims that the confrontational daytime TV show reinforced the child-killer’s behaviour, rather than challenging it

Sport on TV: Monty gets home but Roy's boys are caught short

Monty's dive for the crease to regain his ground on the final afternoon of the Test series in New Zealand (Sky) was one of the highlights of a long winter's sport. But while Panesar provided a panacea to the endless deep freeze and warmed our hearts, England's nosedive in Montenegro saw Roy's boys catch a cold again. If Danny Welbeck's tumble in the penalty area hadn't been deemed a dive, it could have been so different. Anyway, you don't deliberately fall over if, as the hosts' coach had described England's footballers, you are not "running scared".

World Cup Qualifying: England could face unseeded France in play-off lottery

England will be desperate to win their group

Budget 2013: TV companies hail George Osborne as he switches on help for drama

TV production companies have hailed George Osborne’s decision to give almost £200 million of tax breaks to high-end drama by 2018.

Scott Parker in action against West Ham last week

Age no barrier for Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker who sets his sights on the World Cup

The 32-year-old is hopeful of being included in squad for Rio 2014

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Anthony Horowitz: Current Foyle's War series will probably be the last

Foyle's War creator Anthony Horowitz says the current series of the detective drama will probably be his last.

Margareta Pagano: George Osborne has to nurture Mr Happy's confidence

The Bank of England Governor has tentatively called the recovery, and UK Plc appears to be in agreement. Now, the Chancellor has to reinforce it
Rafael Benitez takes a Chelsea training session

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'Bedroom tax': now Duncan Smith offers concessions to foster carers and armed forces' parents

Foster carers and parents of serving armed forces personnel will be exempted from welfare deductions if they have spare rooms, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has announced.

Versatile: Gubba in 2011 on ‘Dancing On Ice’

Tony Gubba: One of the great voices of football dies, aged 69

Gubba spent much of his TV career working for the BBC

Newsman: Tom Bradby in The Agenda studio

Tom Bradby steps out of Kate and Wills' shadow

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Sunita from Coronation Street to join Loose Women panel

Shobna Gulati has become the latest star to swap Weatherfield for the Loose Women panel after it was announced the actress is joining the daytime show.

Alan Pardew

Europa League: Anzhi Makhachkala v Newcastle United match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Europa League fixture at Stadion Luzhniki

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