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Doctor Who 50th anniversary: The top 10 moments from The Day of the Doctor

Re-visit the best bits of the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special

The Doctor (Matt Smith) with current assistant Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman)

Doctor Who's The Day of the Doctor loses to Strictly in TV ratings

More viewers chose to watch the dance show than the 50th anniversary special

The five remaining members of Monty Python are expected to announce a comeback on Thursday

Monty Python reunion tickets sell out in 43 seconds as group announce four new shows

The group have announced four more shows following their sell-out gig

Calm before the storm: Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin in ‘Killing Kennedy’

The Weekend’s TV: Killing Kennedy and Stonehenge: Walking Through History (both Channel 4)

Tale of two lives gets to the truth behind the death of the American Dream

Jenna Coleman and Matt Smith in 'The Day of the Doctor'

Doctor Who: Day of the Doctor - who says it has to make sense? It’s a triumph!

Aliens, queens, and too many Doctors to count –avid Whovian John Rentoul is in Tardis heaven

She, which features Scarlett Johansson only in voice

And the Oscar winner could be... invisible: Scarlett Johansson causes a stir with her voice

Lost in Translation stars voice role in film ‘Her’ has highlighted an unsung art

Video: DVD and Blu-Ray releases

See below to watch the trailers for this week's DVD and Blu-Ray releases

This week's TV choices

Television choices: Had enough of Doctor Who? Try another trip back in time

What will you watch this week?

Eclipsed in death: We remember JFK, but what about Aldous Huxley, or CS Lewis?

Coincidental deaths can raise awkward questions - who gets top billing?

Back to the future: David Bradley and Claudia Grant in 'An Adventure in Space and Time'

Parkland (15) - film review

Landesman's drama, set in Dallas on the day that JFK was shot, is very slickly shot and boasts an affecting performance from Paul Giamatti as Abraham Zapruder, the mild-mannered American everyman who filmed the assassination on his 8mm camera.

The five remaining members of Monty Python

Monty Python reunion: Dead parrot lives – but artificial hips put paid to silly walks

Ageing comics promise new material for O2 show - and did not rule out the possibility of future performances

Monty Python's Michael Palin will guest present Radio 4's 'Today' programme this winter

Monty Python's Michael Palin to edit Radio 4's Today programme

The comedian will guest host the show and invite John Cleese on-air

Let’s not talk frankly about porn

Where can a full and frank porn talk go aside from one person decreeing that the other cannot have the sexual outlet they rely on?

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You should judge a person by how they peel a potato

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