Arts & Entertainment
CILLA BLACK, the nation's matchmaker, is to return to our screens with a radical new format for the co-mingling of sub-standard genetic material.
THE BBC is to ban the use of any number higher than nine from its television and radio news bulletins, the Corporation said last night.
A RECORD number of people were last night claiming to have read The Gulag Archipelago by Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
LICENCE fee payers have been fined a record £400,000 by Ofcom for allowing the BBC to con them with a series of fake phone-in competitions.
COUNTDOWN is to outsource its numbers round to India following major budget cuts by Channel Four.
MILLIONS of viewers have contacted British Telecom urging them to end the pathetic relationship at the heart of their long-running series of TV adverts.
HOLLYWOOD'S A-list has gathered in New York for the premiere of the latest Batman film not to feature the Batusi.
THE Jeremy Kyle show has been censured by the television watchdog Ofcom for broadcasting a Scotsman during a daytime programme.
BRITAIN was absolutely bursting with excitement last night at the prospect of going to see Mamma Mia this weekend.
The Hugh Grant movie Four Weddings and a Funeral has been voted the best British film of all time by a bunch of arseholes.
HOLLYWOOD could grind to a halt this week after some of the world's biggest stars threatened to pretend to go on strike.
BIG Brother contestants are to be given more bananas and a tyre on a rope, Channel 4 said last night.