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Chairman of Trust to stand down in 2015 after ‘chaotic’ year of vast redundancy payouts and failure of £100m digital project
Show's stalwart presenter Jim Naughtie has moved to work on coverage of Scottish independence referendum
Andy Murray said after winning his third Aegon Championships title that he had still to play his most important match of the day. The Scot duly went back on court and partnered Tim Henman in a doubles match against Ivan Lendl, the Scot’s coach, and Tomas Berdych in a fund-raising match called the “Rally Against Cancer”.
Comedian Russell Brand is to be a panellist on political debate show Question Time, sharing the stage with Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
TV hosts Ant and Dec are on course for their first number one single - 17 years after their chart career came to an end.
Olympic ceremony guru Danny Boyle has revealed he did not actually ask the Queen to appear in his James Bond sketch - she volunteered.
Singer Jessie J shaved off her long locks, comedian Peter Kay travelled the length of the country and the great British public took part in outrageous fund-raising stunts to help raise a record £75m for Comic Relief.
Ever since “Sachsgate”, certain areas of the press have been waiting for another opportunity to put the boot into modern comedy for its lack of reverence.
From Hogarth to Chris Morris, there is a long tradition in Britain of setting out to make people look foolish. Within that tradition, prank calls are the new lowest form of wit
There is double delight for Olivia Colman after she was nominated twice in the same category in the British Comedy Awards.
Going to a site-specific show can be an oddly infantilising experience - standing around in embarrassed silence until someone tells you what to do, meekly following the herd from scene to scene, never quite knowing your role or when you’re going to be picked on.
Russell Brand is returning to British TV with his first show since the Sachsgate scandal.
Our most famous footballer really is a good sport. He'd have to be, to tolerate the non-stop jokes at his expense
Miranda Hart is set to consolidate her position as one of the biggest comedy stars in Britain after scooping four nominations at the British Comedy Awards.