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If you find Sorkin's latest a bit trite, think on this: at least you're not watching Winter Wipeout
Lord Sugar today unveiled the much-awaited YouView internet-supported television service and promptly told customers they could expect to buy the system for one third of the launch price if they waited two years.
“Comedy great” Eric Sykes, whose entertainment career spanned half a century from The Goon Show to Harry Potter, has died at the age of 89.
I became bored of playing in bands that performed our own half-baked compositions to half-empty rooms, so I decided to join one that played popular television theme tunes instead. We called ourselves Dream Themes and gigs suddenly became far more rewarding experiences.
Rupert Murdoch vowed not to make a new bid for BSkyB after the division of News Corporation yesterday, saying he would focus his media empire on the US because "the English" had made him unwilling to invest any further in the UK.
BBC plan to exploit programme's commercial potential angers purists
An engaging morality tale about a TV crew's manipulation of life in an open prison in India.
The last original black-authored drama was made more than 25 years ago. Bonnie Greer delivers her damning view of current British television
France's First Lady, Valérie Trierweiler, provoked a political and conjugal storm yesterday by publicly supporting a rebel candidate against Ségolène Royal, President François Hollande's former partner.
The spokesman of Greece's extreme-right Golden Dawn party, who caused uproar last week by hitting one politician and throwing a glass of water over another during a live TV news programme, is suing the two candidates and the channel that hosted the show.
Sad news for time-wasters everywhere, after Eduard Khil, aka Mr Trololo, and the star of one of the internet's most enduring viral videos, died aged 77.
BBC Worldwide to contribute funding towards four scholarships.
From the Front Row: He does not just talk about 'engaging with the people', he actually does it
The star of 24 was planning a break from TV but a new supernatural family drama from the creator of Heroes lured him back, he tells Sarah Hughes
Outspoken, Stetson-wearing firebrand finds himself on receiving end of the tough talk
In his first interview since the infamous brawl with David Haye, the bad boy of British boxing reveals how his mother's illness brought home his ignominy. Alan Hubbard meets Dereck Chisora