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Christine and Adrian reunited on a Translink train

Television presenters Christine Lampard and Adrian Chiles were back together once again but this time it wasn’t on TV it was on a local train.

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Belfast's Eamonn Holmes brands reports of him sleeping on live TV as 'fake news'

This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes has branded reports he fell asleep on live television earlier this week "fake news".

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Great British Bake Off (left to right) Paul Hollywood, Sandi Toksvig, Noel Fielding and Prue Leith.

Great British Bake Off 'exclusive sponsor' sought by Channel 4

Channel 4 has opened the doors to sponsors for The Great British Bake Off as the show airs on the commercially funded channel for the first time.

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TV Choice: What to watch on TV and Streaming this week

TV editor Stuart Chandler finds the shows for you to watch when you've got a mo. . .
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There's trouble for the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Bill (Pearl Mackie).

TV Choice: 5 of the best shows to watch this week

Stuart Chandler picks five shows for you to stick on the planner this week.
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TV Choice: Chaos in Corfu as The Durrells return

The Durrells Sunday, 8pm, ITV

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Larry Lamb as Brian Reader, Phil Daniels as Danny Jones and David Calder as Terry Perkins.

Cinema: Diamond geezers bring strange but true heist story to the big screen

Two years after the Hatton Garden robbery and its OAP instigators captured the public’s imagination, the story has been brought to the big screen. Jeananne Craig meets the movie’s stars and director

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Robson Green as Geordie, James Norton as Sidney Chambers, Morven Christie as Amanda and Kacey Ainsworth as Cathy.

Big Preview: Murder, mystery and problems with theology in an unlikely hit

Bucolic crime drama Grantchester is back for a third series of tense village relations and murder mysteries. Ella Walker discovers, from leads James Norton and Robson Green, that there’s struggle and strife ahead

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Watch as Karen Gillan reacts to reports of a woman being ruled out as the next Doctor Who

Former Doctor Who star Karen Gillan reacts to reports that the BBC has ruled out casting a woman as the next Doctor Who.

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WATCH: Star power backs Guardians Of The Galaxy sequel

Director hints at gay subplot to latest Guardians movie

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First Game of Thrones and now the Dark Hedges appear in Transformers: The Last Knight Trailer

First Game of Thrones and now the Dark Hedges appear in Transformers: The Last Knight Trailer

They have been made famous by appearing in Game of Thrones, now we have had our first glimpse of the Dark Hedges in the latest Transformers blockbuster.

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Great British Bake Off line-up stirs up fans

Bake Off fans have joked that Paul Hollywood is "cheating" on his former co-judge Mary Berry, after he shared a behind-the-scenes selfie with new partner Prue Leith.
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TV licensing reminder for boat owners

With increasing numbers deciding to choose a life on water, TV Licensing is urging boat dwellers in Northern Ireland to ensure they are correctly licensed to watch TV.


Vera finishes series in triumph with viewing figures higher than Line of Duty

Crime drama Vera ended its latest series on a high as its final episode beat rival Line Of Duty in the ratings.

The Journey stars Timothy Spall as Ian Paisley and Colm Meaney who plays Martin McGuinness

UK and Ireland premiere of Paisley and McGuinness film set for Belfast

The movie version of Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness’s unlikely alliance will have its UK and Ireland premiere in Belfast next month.

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Top 20 films we claim to have seen

Consider yourself a movie buff? Turns out four in ten of us claim to have watched a film they’ve never actually seen just to appear more cultured in front of friends.


Brosnan on Bond

Daniel Craig’s 007 can be the rock of agents

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TV: Teletubbies celebrate 20th birthday

TV show Teletubbies - which made Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po household names - turns 20 on Friday.

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BBC must reflect all parts of the UK, regulator Ofcom warns

The BBC will have to spend the same on programmes per head in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales under new plans outlined by regulator Ofcom.

Patricia Routledge after being made a Dame for services to the theatre and charity during an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace

TV: Actress Patricia Routledge honoured at Buckingham Palace

Dame Patricia Routledge said the Prince of Wales shared his joy with her that she has finally been recognised for her work in the theatre as she was honoured at Buckingham Palace.

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