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.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, ITV bosses are preparing to swing the axe at GMTV.
Adrian Chiles has quit the BBC. The TV presenter - who currently presents The One Show and Match of the Day 2 - has officially left to join ITV in a four-year deal.
Adrian Chiles said: "The chance to front ITV's football coverage and GMTV would have proved an irresistible opportunity at the best of times. But, coming as it did at an awkward period for me at the BBC, it made the decision to leave not quite as hard as it might have been."
Proof, if proof was needed, that not everything you read in the papers is true.
ITV has swung the axe on long-running cop series The Bill.
The Daily Telegraph famously exposed expenses claims by MPs for a wealth of items including: chauffeurs, a floating duck island, dredging a moat, champagne flutes, cat food and even Maltesers.
Following the scandal surrounding MPs' expenses, Channel 4's Dispatches - led by journalist Antony Barnett - put together an undercover investigation that delved into the mostly unregulated world of political lobbying. The programme revealed respected politicians offering to help companies in exchange for profit, with former cabinet minister Stephen Byers memorably describing himself as "a cab-for-hire". I bet he’ll never hail a black cab again – talk about a photo opportunity!
It appears that Lily Allen is following in Katie Price's footsteps.
This week, MSN's TV columnist Stuart Bak is having a moan about the profileration of dance programmes on TV.
How long before everyone's doing it? Not just talent-show hopefuls and z-list celebrities, but everyone? Imagine Jon Snow samba-ing live from The White House on Channel 4 news; Paxman grilling David Cameron on Newsnight while both bust a few hip-hop moves; Henry Sandon doing the robot on the Antiques Roadshow; Attenborough body-popping in the rainforest."
Michael Douglas choked back tears as he declared his role in Liberace biopic Behind The Candelabra "a beautiful gift" following his battle with cancer.
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