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Family courts set to be opened up to the media

Divorce, custody and care proceedings in court will be opened to the media to increase transparency and accountability in the family courts, the Justice Secretary, Jack Straw, has announced.

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Cookery show swearing 'breached guidelines'

Tuesday, 16 December 2008

An episode of Saturday Kitchen in which Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli swore while preparing his idea of "food hell" breached language guidelines, the BBC's Editorial Standards Committee (ESC) found.

Austin Healey dancing with Erin Boag during the BBC Strictly Come Dancing programme

Former Strictly star hails refund move

Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Strictly Come Dancing star Austin Healey said today that the BBC had "made the right decision" in offering viewers of the hit show a refund following the voting fiasco.

Barrymore will appear on the fanzine show Celebrity Big Brother's Little Brother, those behind the show confirmed.

Big Brother reporter role for Barrymore

Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Michael Barrymore is to turn roving reporter for the latest series, which kicks off in the New Year.

Singer Rachel Stevens today refused to join criticism of Strictly Come Dancing bosses after a tie between two couples, including herself, caused chaos with the public votes.

Strictly votes decision 'made on the spot'

Monday, 15 December 2008

Singer Rachel Stevens today refused to join criticism of Strictly Come Dancing bosses after a tie between two couples, including herself, caused chaos with the public votes.

Real issues: Louis Theroux in Philadelphia

Is this a golden age for documentaries?

Monday, 15 December 2008

Agenda-setting, powerful and remarkably cheap to make, current affairs programmes are having an unexpected renaissance, discovers Ed Howker

2.1m watch Vorderman and O'Connor's final Countdown

Monday, 15 December 2008

More than two million viewers tuned in to see Carol Vorderman and Des O'Connor bow out of Countdown.

Question Time: Michael van Wijk: 'Wolf' from 'Gladiators'

Monday, 15 December 2008

Work: Michael Van Wijk, 55, was Wolf on the ITV series 'Gladiators'. He is now the team manager of the gladiators in the new show, which begins on 4 January 2009 on Sky1

The X Factor: Meet the real winner

Sunday, 14 December 2008

If a scientist were to devise the formula for creating a modern celebrity, the result would be Cheryl Cole. Katy Guest analyses the mystery ingredients

Alexandra has the X Factor

Sunday, 14 December 2008

Alexandra Burke won 'The X Factor' last night in the usual tear-drenched climax to the show.

Sport on TV: Rooney's urchins look to leave their mark on road to riches

Sunday, 14 December 2008

Was it a disclaimer for 'Wayne Rooney's Street Striker' (Sky One, Sunday) or Manchester United's Champions' League tie against Aalborg? It was hard to tell. "The challenges in this programme took place in a strictly controlled environment managed by the competition's organisers," it said. The Aalborg goalie might beg to differ. "Do not attempt to copy them." Not unless you're throwing a few shapes while dancing on top of a drunk at the Christmas party. Not if you don't want to get sent off.

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