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For half a century, Sir David Frost, who has died aged 74 of a heart attack, was hardly ever off our television screens, from 1960s satire on the BBC to encounters with the great and good on al-Jazeera. In the process, he became the world's most celebrated television interviewer.
Barclays has accidentally bought a £600m stake in a Dutch cable TV business after the bank botched the sale of private equity shareholdings in the company.
Bonnie Tyler has been chosen by the BBC to represent the UK at this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
As awards ceremonies go, it seemed to be the show with something to upset everyone, but Seth MacFarlane's stint as host nevertheless garnered the Oscars its best ratings in three years.
The American ritual of celebrity confession and redemption is an exercise in having your cake and eating it too.
Downing Street turned its fire on the Metropolitan police when it called for an investigation into the "exceptionally serious" allegation that a serving police officer fabricated evidence against the government's former chief whip Andrew Mitchell.
David Cameron has acknowledged in private that he may be sitting on a further cache of emails and texts to and from Rebekah Brooks after a limited search was carried out for the Leveson inquiry.
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Jeremy Hunt is expecting to lose his post as culture secretary in the impending cabinet reshuffle, according to sources familiar with the cabinet member's thinking.