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Graham Norton and Stephen Fry among those to pay tribute to veteran broadcaster
They alert us to calls, texts, even exercise times. Should we turn them all off for good?
TV review: Did the people who get up early in the morning stay up late to watch this?
TV review: A programme about Thomas Markle: is as tawdry as you might imagine
Somehow, against all logic, Fr Ray Kelly stays afloat. He can’t survive much longer
New series of Top Gear and Ár gClub, Ireland’s Comedy Carnival, remembering the Holocaust, Nigel Farage profiled...and where has all the pubic hair gone?
Radio review: The presenter reacts sensitively to Úna Keane's tale of a harrowing attack
In Gwyneth Paltrow’s new Netflix series, Goop HQ could be straight out of Black Mirror
An impenetrable slice of Britishness has landed in my city – and I’m hooked
TV review: Imagine Veep if the jokes were bunged in an airlock and blasted into the void
Picard isn’t perfect. But it’s keen on its mission and reverential towards Trek lore
TV review: There are no knockouts, or even punches, in this gentle game of political gotcha
The stinking-rich heiress and reality-TV star makes lasagne in 16 mesmerising minutes
Star Trek: Picard will be the actor’s first TV trip to that final frontier since 1994
Robert Carlyle plays a prime minister dealing with a deadly national crisis (and no, it's not Brexit)
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