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Former Coronation Street star Suranne Jones has teamed up with ex-EastEnders writer Sarah Phelps for a new drama set in a field hospital in the First World War.

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Egypt coup: Muslim Brotherhood calls for protests as military arrests leader Mohammed Badie

Arrests of some 12 officials are confirmed but the figure could be three times as high

Snooker: Cancer blow for Ali Carter

Ali Carter, twice a World Championship finalist, has been diagnosed with testicular cancer.

Marriage à la mode: Downton’s Dan Stevens as Matthew Crawley and Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary

Julian Fellowes found it 'testing' to write Dan Stevens' Downton Abbey Christmas special death scene

Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes has revealed he found it "testing" to write Dan Stevens' character out of the series after the actor announced he was leaving.

Homeland actor David Harewood is the latest name to be linked to the lead role in Doctor Who after bookies noted a surge in bets for the star.

David Harewood linked to Doctor Who role

Homeland actor David Harewood is the latest name to be linked to the lead role in Doctor Who after bookies noted a surge in bets for the star.

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Duchess Of Cambridge launches last chance to speculate over royal baby

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Dan Stevens: Killing off Downton Abbey's Matthew on Christmas Day was not my doing

Former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens has insisted that he had no say in his character's controversial death in the ITV period drama.

Girls's Lena Dunham in a romper suit and tattoos – the look that launched a thousand feminist think pieces – against Gwendoline Christie (all 6ft of her) in her Brienne of Tarth armour

The Baftas: A thin line between luvvie and hate

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Holly Willoughby would like to bring back the golden age of children's TV

Holly Willoughby bemoans loss of live children's television like Going Live! and CD: UK

TV star Holly Willoughby has bemoaned the loss of live Saturday-morning children's TV.

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A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves, reports Rupert Cornwell
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