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Change of address – new TV blog

Hi guys,   After a number of years at this spot, we are moving. Please join us here at our new home where we’ll continue to talk about the world of TV.   Looking forward to seeing you all!   … Continue reading

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Daybreak Live Blog

Hello. Ceri Thomas here, rather than Coops. I’ll be blogging about the first ever chunk of Daybreak. Click on comment below to chip in with your views. You can also follow MSN Editor Coops on Twitter where she’s commenting on … Continue reading

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X Factor axes audience for Boot Camp

Cheryl Cole’s ongoing battle with malaria, alongside Dannii Minogue’s maternity leave, has necessitated a change to the format of X Factor.   The Boot Camp phase will now go ahead without a live audience watching.   Live audiences, so long … Continue reading

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E4 bags choice honour at Freesat Awards 2010

Freesat has announced the winners of its annual Awards for 2010, with E4, ITV1 HD and CBeebies among those receiving honours. Channels and services available on the subscription-free satellite TV service were recognised at the ceremony (which was hosted by … Continue reading

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Golden Girl Rue McClanahan dies aged 76

Rue McClanahan, the Emmy-winning actress famous for starring in the hit 1980s TV series The Golden Girls, has died. Her manager Barbara Lawrence said the 76-year-old died from a stroke.   Born on February 21, 1934 in Oklahoma, Rue was … Continue reading

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Gary Coleman dies aged 42

Former child TV star Gary Coleman has died at the age of 42. He was admitted to hospital with a brain haemorrhage caused by a fall. The actor, best known for playing Arnold Jackson on Diff’rent Strokes in the 1980s, … Continue reading

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