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A comedy video where a man mimics the way a number of wild animals eat took the top slot with 88 million views

Katie Price to rival Lord Sugar

Katie Price is to give Lord Sugar a run for his money by finding her own apprentice for a new TV series.

Last Night's TV: Wonderland: The Trouble with Love and Sex/BBC2<br />24 Hours in A&amp;E/Channel 4

The interesting question about Wonderland's intriguing film The Trouble with Love and Sex is whether its technique – documentary soundtrack of Relate counselling sessions paired up with expressive animation – added something or took it away. You could reasonably answer both ways, and in either case you might argue that the result was to be applauded or deplored. So – beginning with subtraction – it's self-evident that this approach deprived us our ability to judge by appearances. But did that make it more difficult for us to exactly interpret the nuances of meaning in the exchanges we heard, or did it oblige us to listen without prejudice? As for addition, did the fact that recalled psychological traumas were bodied forth on screen intensify their impact or simply force us to accept the animator's judgement of what was most significant? I'm not sure that there were conclusive answers to any of these questions but the result was steadily gripping, often very funny and sometimes very sad.

The Blagger's Guide To...Anne Enright

'Do you realise there is sex on every page?'

Schalke match programme makes fun of England penalty woe

Schalke coach Ralf Rangnick might have been saying all the right things ahead of his side's Champions League semi-final with Manchester United tonight - but the Bundesliga outfit have been unable to resist poking fun at the Premier League champions-elect and England in general.

Peter Andre is a 'dirty' lover

Peter Andre admits he's a "dirty little rotter" in bed.

Outside Edge: How to avoid long arm of law

Cop a look before you drop. British base-jumper Shaun Walters leapt off the 25th floor of a skyscraper in Chicago only to find a policeman waiting to arrest him at the bottom.

Matthew Norman: There are heroes of comedy... and there's Frankie Boyle

It takes a bespoke brand of mental infirmity to confuse personal courage in advancing the right to cause offence with a penchant for bullying the most vulnerable

Letter from the editor: A sense of humour

We are currently engaged in defining the profile of a typical i reader — intelligent, successful, inquisitive, and devilishly good-looking, that type of thing — but it occurs to me that one quality that unites readers of this newspaper is a sense of humour.

Complaint upheld over 'sick' Channel 4 joke

Katie Price has attacked the media regulator Ofcom for failing to demand that Channel 4 broadcast an apology for remarks made by the Glaswegian comedian Frankie Boyle about her disabled son, Harvey.

C4 rapped over Frankie Boyle jokes

Channel 4 breached broadcasting guidelines with jokes about Katie Price's son Harvey on its Frankie Boyle comedy show, the media regulator has ruled.

Amir Khan: On Katie Price, drugs and growing up

It's time to set the record straight for the Bolton lad whose new best friend is Manny Pacquiao

Auto Trader in the Pink

Car-buying website autorader.co.uk has reported a big spike in interest in pink cars after the colour guide Pantone named Honeysuckle Pink as its “Colour of the Year”. Honeysuckle Pink, best described as a shade of magenta, is forecast to be the most popular colour of 2011, and searches for magenta cars on autotrader.co.uk rose from 2,629 in December 2010 to 9,863 in January.

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