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Cate Blanchett in 'Notes on a scandal', which centered on a sexual relationship between teacher and pupil

Hundreds of teachers accused of having sex with pupils in the last five years

Many allegations are likely to be 'malicious', insist teachers' unions

Kanye West appearing in South Park yet again

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian spoofed by South Park creators

The rapper has been mocked by the hit show for a second time

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Stars of the airwaves were rewarded at the Sony Radio Academy Awards. Here is a full list of winners from the annual awards ceremony:

Michael Molloy and his mother, Frances. The 18-year-old musician's family are releasing one of his song's he wrote before he was killed in a coach crash returning from Bestival last September.

Songs by young musician killed in Bestival coach crash released in his memory

A song by a young musician killed in last year’s Bestival coach crash is to be released in his memory.

Lead singer of the White Lies Harry McVeigh performs at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Swindon

Radio 1's Big Weekend extended by extra day

Radio 1's Big Weekend just got bigger - with an extra day of music at the event which is being held in Londonderry this year.

Colin Murray

Colin Murray dropped as presenter of Match of the Day 2

BBC announce Mark Chapman will present show from next season

Internationally renowned reggae selecta, David Rodigan

BBC unveils 61-year-old DJ as its latest voice of urban music

Radio 1Xtra, the BBC urban music station charged with attracting young listeners, has named a 61-year-old trained actor as its latest DJ signing.

Carly Rae Jepsen, Justin Bieber...Who doesn't want Mariah for Christmas?

Yesterday Justin Bieber tweeted a link to his 2011 Christmas duet with Mariah Carey of "All I Want For Christmas Is You", and it already has over 25,000 retweets.

Radio newcomer Alice Levine to take the reins of John Peel late night Radio 1 slot

A celebrity entertainment presenter with no radio experience has been chosen to co-present a new show in Radio 1’s late night "specialist music" slot made famous by John Peel.

Paras and soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment board an RAF Chinook in Camp Bastion

BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James takes show to Afghanistan

He will take to the airwaves from Camp Bastion in Helmand Province from 10 December

Two more stars could be named in Jimmy Savile scandal

New arrest as Jimmy Savile investigation widens

Police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal made a further arrest today as they revealed the number of potential victims has risen to 450.

DJ and BBC Radio 1 presenter Pete Tong starts a new UK tour from 27 October

My life in travel: Pete Tong

‘There can’t be many more exciting places to land than Rio de Janeiro’

How We Met: Mala & Gilles Peterson

'The party was blaring out and it got so big the police were called'

Viewers accuse new BBC sitcom of insulting Islam

It was supposed to be a ground-breaking new BBC comedy which finally placed a modern Asian family centre-stage. But Citizen Khan has proved no laughing matter after the sitcom prompted painful comparisons to the "racist" 1970s series Mind Your Language.

Euro 2012 surge lifts TalkSport

The Olympics were a damp squib in terms of advertising, but blokey radio station TalkSport is still celebrating after a surge in revenues from Euro 2012.

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