Arts and Entertainment Fans will be excited by the new that Game of Thrones is due back on screens in April

The fantasy drama will return on 6 April with yet more gruesome scenes

Sales today is an unpopular job, in stark contrast to the 50s when one man declared himself King of street traders

The dearth of the salesmen: A career failing to sell itself

There are 20,000 posts advertised a month, but the job can't shake off its negative image

Alexander Lebedev faced charges of punching the tycoon Sergei Polonsky

Jail threat recedes as Alexander Lebedev hooliganism charges are dropped

Prosecutor shocks court with late withdrawal of accusation that punches were politically motivated

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The final day of hearings in the trial of Alexander Lebedev was a fittingly bizarre end to a case that has rarely seemed to conform to normal ideas of justice.

Nadine Dorries was a contestant on 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'

MPs seek Nadine Dorries I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here fee details

Conservative MP was expected to earn around £40,000 for her 12-day appearance

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The Apprentice, BBC1

Kevin was a little tearful by the end of his baby's christening and determined to make a speech about the importance of family: "Thanks for making this a very special day for me," he said, before choking up a little and calling for a toast. He didn't thank Grandpa Frank specifically, if I remember right, but then again he would have had to be psychic to know that Frank, in particular, was going to make it one of those christenings you just don't forget.

The trial of Alexander Lebedev continued in a surreal vein today, as the court heard from a former billionaire who now lives in the forest as a pious peasant

Feuding tycoons and pious rustics: Alexander Lebedev’s 'comical' trial hits heights of absurdity

The trial of Alexander Lebedev continued in a surreal vein today, as the court heard from a former billionaire who now lives in the forest as a pious peasant, and it was discussed whether hitting someone in the face is in line with Christian values.

EDL stirs up hatred and makes risk of attack ‘more likely’, says poll

Some interesting results were thrown up by a Survation poll published today:

Grace Dent - On a roll with Greggs: More Than Meats the Pies

This is a show that soundtracks the power on a sausage-roll-making machine with the epic Kashmir by Led Zeppelin

The trial of the businessman Alexander Lebedev has descended into farce as witnesses admitted they had been pressured into attending the court case by investigators

Alexander Lebedev witnesses say they were coerced into testifying

Court hears evidence from people who only saw the alleged assault on television

Hoarding has been the subject of numerous television programmes including 'Britain’s Biggest Hoarder', pictured

It makes good TV but people are at grave risk: Coroner warns of dangers of hoarding after pensioner dies in fire at cluttered house

Firefighters took half an hour to reach Ann Bradshaw in home piled to the ceiling with hoarded items

Professor Brian Cox: BBC TV bosses should do more to educate

TV bosses are not taking their responsibility to educate viewers seriously enough, Professor Brian Cox has said.

Jessica Pare as Megan Draper and Jon Hamm as the troubled, melancholy Don Draper

First Night: Mad Men, Season Six; Sky Atlantic

Sad men: existential crisis comes to Madison Avenue as series goes astray

EE aims to outpace rivals as it doubles the speed of its 4G network summer

The phone giant EE, Britain's first operator of a super-fast 4G mobile service, has vowed to double the speed of its network by the summer just as rivals such as O2 and Vodafone finally launch their own services.

Friends is approaching its 20th anniversary and its popularity continues to grow

I’ll be there for you – but maybe not for your kids: The popularity of 'Friends' continues to grow...but is it too mature for children?

The 1990s sitcom Friends is approaching its 20th anniversary, and its popularity among young people continues to grow.

Brazilian doctor Virginia Soares de Souza 'who played God' could have killed more than 300 patients to free up beds

If the death toll of more than three hundred people is correct it would implicate De Souza in one of the world's worst serial killings

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