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BBC News - Entertainment & Arts

MTV VMAs: Madonna's 'self-indulgent' Aretha tribute & Camila Cabello wins (2 hours old)

Some people don't think the Queen of Pop gave the Queen of Soul enough R-E-S-P-E-C-T at MTV's VMAs.

Great British Bake Off contestants revealed for 2018 (8 hours old)

The highly addictive baking show is back for another series with 12 contestants battling it out.

Strictly Come Dancing: Susannah Constantine and Charles Venn join line-up (1 hour 49 minutes old)

TV stylist Susannah Constantine and actor Charles Venn join the Strictly Come Dancing line-up.

Asia Argento 'accused of sexual assault' (11 hours old)

Italian actress and #MeToo accuser reportedly reached a settlement with a man 20 years her junior.

Stormy Daniels: Celebrity Big Brother no-show 'never about money' (18 hours old)

The adult film star gives her side to the row over her Celebrity Big Brother non-appearance.

Paris Jackson apologises over Harper's Bazaar Singapore cover (16 hours old)

Michael Jackson's daughter was accused of hypocrisy after appearing on a magazine cover in Singapore.

Love Island cliche 'puts off female firefighters', says brigade chief (2 hours old)

An advertisement for Harpic was also criticised by London Fire Brigade boss Dany Cotton.

Probe after star thrown out of Edinburgh show (19 hours old)

Bad Education star Layton Williams accuses Edinburgh Festival Fringe venue staff of "racial profiling".

Aretha Franklin: Date set for Detroit funeral (22 hours old)

The singer will be laid to rest on 31 August at Detroit's Greater Grace Temple.

Greg James makes Radio 1 breakfast debut (21 hours old)

Avicii, a wild guest and the other firsts from Greg James's new show on Radio 1.

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ipswich - Twitter Search

@charliemorgs17 miss home games, and you cant miss ipswich away for anything (1896 days old [11/06/13])

@charliemorgs17 miss home games, and you cant miss ipswich away for anything

@UnionJGang_ im well excited the ipswich regent is like 10 minutes away from my house (1896 days old [11/06/13])

@UnionJGang_ im well excited the ipswich regent is like 10 minutes away from my house

Tommy Spurr has received contract offers from Doncaster and Ipswich so far, I hear #DRFC favourites out of the two, other clubs interested (1896 days old [11/06/13])

Tommy Spurr has received contract offers from Doncaster and Ipswich so far, I hear #DRFC favourites out of the two, other clubs interested

As much as I hate Sawley, it's much better than Ipswich (1896 days old [11/06/13])

As much as I hate Sawley, it's much better than Ipswich

Im laughing but when I went to see peter andre at the ipswich regent (embarrassing) I was at the back but I got front seats (1896 days old [11/06/13])

Im laughing but when I went to see peter andre at the ipswich regent (embarrassing) I was at the back but I got front seats

Might have to go and see @unionjworld in ipswich, haha oh (1896 days old [11/06/13])

Might have to go and see @unionjworld in ipswich, haha oh

Is anyone else going to ipswich's date (1896 days old [11/06/13])

Is anyone else going to ipswich's date

it's that time of the day when loads of Ipswich school students are walking up and down Henley Road (1896 days old [11/06/13])

it's that time of the day when loads of Ipswich school students are walking up and down Henley Road

looking forward to seeing the Ipswich gewls tonight (1896 days old [11/06/13])

looking forward to seeing the Ipswich gewls tonight

IPSWICH: Essex: Pedestrian hit by car near Chelmsford http://t.co/Q4iwj4kn30 #Suffolk (1896 days old [11/06/13])

IPSWICH: Essex: Pedestrian hit by car near Chelmsford http://t.co/Q4iwj4kn30 #Suffolk

Media | The Guardian

Olivia Colman named most powerful person in British TV (9 hours old)

Actor who will play Queen Elizabeth II in next series of The Crown comes top of Radio Times TV 100 power listOlivia Colman has been named the most powerful person in British television, according to a ranking by the Radio Times.The actor, who will star as Queen Elizabeth II in the next series of Netflix’s The Crown, comes top of the magazine’s TV 100 power list, which attempts to rank the on-screen and behind-the-scenes individuals who have had an exceptional past year in British television. Continue reading...

Greg James puts listeners centre stage on Radio 1 breakfast debut (19 hours old)

James’s first Radio 1 Breakfast Show is bright and funny and avoids a race to the bottomGreg James, Radio 1’s 16th Breakfast Show host, opened his first show with a love letter to radio. “I love radio more than anything else in the world,” he began. “It is the best thing. It’s there when you’re happy, it’s there when you’re sad. This is the most famous radio show in the world and it’s a privilege to share it with you every morning.”During his 11 years at Radio 1, James has hosted an early breakfast show and two different afternoon programmes, but his biggest role yet is, as promised, one that[...]

Adrian Chiles reveals he had anxiety while presenting on ITV (9 hours old)

Former chief football presenter says it reached point where he struggled to get his words out The broadcaster Adrian Chiles has revealed he had a problem with anxiety during his time as chief football presenter on ITV.He became the face of the channel’s football coverage in 2010 after six years presenting the BBC highlights show Match of the Day 2. Continue reading...

Netflix and shill? Streaming service tests adverts between shows (19 hours old)

The trial, which sees original programming promoted between episodes of other series, has proved controversial among usersNetflix is testing adverts for the first time, while promoting its original programming between episodes of other series, including Shameless, Frasier and Parks and Recreation.Viewers trying to binge-watch shows on the streaming service will now find their viewing interrupted by the interstitial commercials, which air after the end of one episode, before the next automatically begins. Continue reading...

Porridge and politics: how the breakfast broadcasting war got brutal (1 day old)

Early morning programming on TV and radio is in the grip of a brutal ratings war. So what’s the perfect recipe for a hit show in these fractured times – and can we learn anything from the last 35 years?Ian Jones, the author of Morning Glory, a history of breakfast television, remembers the excitement of January 1983. He was only seven and something crazy was about to happen. After decades in which Open University and the old test card were as exciting as morning schedules got, the BBC was about to reveal Breakfast Time, the live show that would launch a new era in broadcasting.“I remember very[...]

Corbyn to criticise tech firms' media influence in Edinburgh speech (3 days old [17/08/18])

Labour leader will give Alternative MacTaggart lecture at annual TV festivalJeremy Corbyn will use an appearance at Edinburgh television festival to criticise the role of billionaire owners, and large internet companies such as Facebook, in the British media.“A strong, diverse and independent media is a cornerstone of a healthy democracy and society,” Corbyn said on Friday in a preview of the speech next week. Continue reading...

Mishal Husain: ‘With a name like mine, my career would only have been possible in Britain’ (3 days old [18/08/18])

The presenter has written a book on how to get ahead at work, but is BBC Radio 4’s Today programme her toughest gig?Read an exclusive extract from The Skills below Mishal Husain has written a book, The Skills. It’s not a how-to-be-me, since it understands implicitly how unusual her career is, plus there aren’t a lot of openings presenting the Today programme. Rather, it works as a manual-cum-memoir, with macro elements quoting many psychosocial sources about work and how to thrive in it, as a woman, mainly, but also as a person. In a different context, it would have landed as a kind of bluesto[...]

Woman's Weekly's 'exploitative' contracts anger authors (3 days old [17/08/18])

As well as slashing fees for short stories, the magazine has demanded fiction writers waive all rights to their workThe new issue of the Woman’s Weekly fiction special is out now, promising its readers short stories from writers who “never fail to come up with new twists and turns and unexpected plots”. But, in a twist that may have surprised the editors, authors are up in arms over a new contract that demands all rights for any story it publishes.Woman’s Weekly has been a British newsstand favourite for a century, with its blend of cakes and crochet, fiction and fashion. It is now part of med[...]

Google staff protest against plan for censored Chinese search engine (4 days old [17/08/18])

More than 1,000 employees sign letter calling on executives to review ethics and transparencyMore than 1,000 Google employees have signed a letter protesting against the company’s secretive plan to build a search engine that would comply with Chinese censorship.The letter’s contents were confirmed by a Google employee who helped organise it but wished to stay anonymous. It calls on executives to review the company’s ethics and transparency; says employees lack the information required “to make ethically informed decisions about our work”; and complains that most employees only found out throug[...]

British gangster classic Sexy Beast to be adapted for TV series (3 days old [17/08/18])

Ray Winstone’s retired mobster Gal Dove and Ben Kingsley’s unhinged enforcer Don Logan are being brought back to life by one of The Sopranos writing teamSexy Beast, Jonathan Glazer’s stylish and bellicose 2000 gangster film, is being adapted for a prequel TV series by one of the writers of The Sopranos. Deadline reports that Michael Caleo, who was part of David Chase’s writing team on the HBO series, will create the show. It will tell the origin stories of the unhinged duo Don Logan and Teddy Bass and the retired, reluctant gangster Gal Dove. Thes role were played by Ben Kingsley, Ian McShane [...]

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BBC Suffolk | Things to do

What's on in Suffolk this week (2441 days old [14/12/11])

Steve Harley is back in Bury, while the new children's hospice celebrates with a carol concert.

Holocaust events grow in Suffolk (2768 days old [21/01/11])

Suffolk remembers the Holocaust with school talks by a survivor of Auschwitz, a ceremony at a Kinderstransport railway station and a visitor from Rwanda.

Faiths unite for campus lecture (2778 days old [11/01/11])

Suffolk's University starts a series of inter-faith lectures by looking at Islam and Christianity in the modern world.

Stargazing from a high-tech shed (2798 days old [22/12/10])

An astronomer who has three telescopes in his garden observatories will be looking for Jupiter and the quadrantids meteor shower for Stargazing Live.

Apex aims to attract big names (2870 days old [11/10/10])

The new £18.5m public venue in Bury St Edmunds is hoping to attract big acts and offer a stage for local artistes.

Capturing cormorants in Suffolk (2887 days old [24/09/10])

Staying close to the North Sea, Suffolk artist Maggi Hambling mounts her first exhibition of sea birds called Mostly Cormorants.

BBC Suffolk's BIG Night Out 2010 (3020 days old [14/05/10])

Mark Murphy will be doing his best Elvis impersonation as BBC Suffolk's Big Night Out takes to the stage in the autumn.

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