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British gymnast Louis Smith has put his retirement plans on hold and declared he wants to represent England at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this year.

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National Television Awards 2014: Benedict Cumberbatch and David Tennant shortlisted

A new TV Detective category has been added after a flood of hit crime dramas

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Susanna Reid dances the cha-cha on Strictly Come Dancing 2013

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The BBC Breakfast presenter's closest rival is model Abbey Clancy

Bryan Cranston as Walter White, in the acclaimed series 'Breaking Bad'

Breaking Bad beaten by EastEnders as 2013's most searched for TV show

The drama was the only US series to make Google's most searched list

A colourful dance spectacular opened the show at Blackpool Tower Ballroom a few weeks ago

Strictly Come Dancing 2013: Past winners

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Cath Kidston talks to members of the public in the queue outside her new flagship store in Piccadilly, central London

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All hail the Queen of chintz!

Richard Garner: PISA test results are a disappointment but we should look to the future

There is no way that the results of this year’s international PISA test results can be summed up as anything other than a disappointment for the UK.

Annabel Giles is the first celebrity to leave the jungle

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Annabel Giles is the first contestant to leave the jungle

The former model was voted out by the public on Sunday night

Countdown's Rachely Riley takes to the dance floor with partner Pasha Kovalev

Rachel Riley leaves husband Jamie Gilbert after 16 months of marriage

The Countdown and Strictly star married her husband last August

Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood will present a Christmas Bake-Off masterclass

Sherlock Series 3 and The Great British Bake Off join Christmas 2013 TV line-up

A masterclass with Mary Berry is also on the BBC menu this festive period

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

I'm a Celebrity 2013: Professional dancer and ex-Strictly star Vincent Simone

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I'm A Celebrity 2013: Strictly's Vincent Simone and model Annabel Giles enter the jungle

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Strictly's Vincent Simone and model Annabel Giles join the jungle

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Matt Butler: Context is everything when the All Blacks come dancing your way

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Children in Need raises record breaking £31m

Doctor Who, JLS and Ellie Goudling were among stars who participated in 2013 Children in Need show

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