For viewers who cannot face adult issues, there’s the red button on the corner of the remote marked off. Ask your MP how to use it
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The publicly funded BBC is not in the habit of closing services altogether and so the online BBC3 will have as long as it needs to find its young audience
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Aside from high-profile parts in blockbusters and Shakespeare plays, the actor featured in a number of lesser known productions
'Occasionally I have written one or two things that Tolstoy forgot to write'
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Art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon has spent the past 10 years studying the paint, and this is what he discovers
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Fans question the legitiamcy of the show after X Factor presenter Olly Murs announced Monica Micheals exit before the result had been revealed.
Labour has described the potential sell-off as 'an ideological firesale'
A piece of television this brilliant was more than deserving of our full attention
John Nathan joins the double act on a trip down memory lane
She has become a face for the Disney channel in the UK