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BBC News - Entertainment & Arts

The Walking Dead: What we learned from the season 8 trailer (5 hours old)

We break down the five-minute first look of the eighth series, complete with zombies, explosions and surprise ending.

Entertainment news round-up: 15-21 July (4 hours old)

A look back at some of the top entertainment stories over the past seven days.

Are there more women in leading TV roles? (4 hours old)

BBC Reality Check investigates whether gender balance has changed in popular TV dramas in recent years.

Britain’s Got Talent winner Pudsey the dog dies (4 hours old)

He was the first dog to win the show, alongside owner Ashleigh Butler, in 2012.

Doctor Who companion Deborah Watling dies at 69 (12 hours old)

The Essex-born actress played Victoria Waterfield opposite Patrick Troughton's Doctor in the 1960s.

How Linkin Park made rap metal memorable (17 hours old)

The band's Chester Bennington, who has died at 41, changed the dynamics of nu metal with his personal lyrics.

Doctors clash over Jodie Whittaker casting (16 hours old)

Colin Baker says Peter Davison's reservations about TV's new Time Lord are "absolute rubbish".

Justin Bieber banned from China for 'bad behaviour' (16 hours old)

Beijing said it was not appropriate to allow in entertainers who have engaged in "bad behaviour."

Jaws and Star Wars make a magical debut at the Proms (15 hours old)

Music from Star Wars and ET graces a magical night at the Proms. We meet the (Han) soloists.

Did Halle Berry drink half a pint of whiskey at Comic-Con? (1 day old)

The star was challenged to down the drink while promoting her film, Kingsman: The Golden Circle.

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ipswich - Twitter Search

@charliemorgs17 miss home games, and you cant miss ipswich away for anything (1501 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 (1501 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 (1501 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 (1501 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 (1501 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 (1501 days old [11/06/13])

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

Is anyone else going to ipswich's date (1501 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 (1501 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 (1501 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 (1501 days old [11/06/13])

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

Media | The Guardian

Emily Maitlis offered new BBC contract amid row over pay and sexism (1 day old)

Newsnight presenter’s agent says it is ‘beyond madness’ she was not on list of BBC talent earning more than £150,000Emily Maitlis has been offered a new contract by the BBC as the corporation battles to cope with the fallout from the publication of a controversial list revealing its best paid stars, which did not include the Newsnight presenter and was dominated by white men.Maitlis has been in talks with the corporation for the past few weeks about a contract after her previous deal expired but there is a chance she will not return to the BBC’s screens unless a new deal is agreed. On Thursday[...]

Culture secretary keeps Rupert Murdoch waiting over Sky deal (1 day old)

Karen Bradley says she is still minded to refer takeover to competition regulator, but needs more time to consider submissionsRupert Murdoch’s bid to take over Sky has been dealt a blow after the culture secretary said she needed more time to deliberate before calling in the competition regulator after being inundated with tens of thousands of submissions opposing the £11.7bn deal.Karen Bradley said she had hoped to be able to make a final decision on whether to ask the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to investigate the deal before parliament breaks up for summer on Friday. Continue re[...]

BBC to launch Top of the Pops-style music show (1 day old)

Six-part new series with live performances will be broadcast from this autumn on BBC1The BBC is to launch a new Top of the Pops-style music show more than 11 years after it axed its flagship pop music programme.The corporation has announced that a six-part music series will be broadcast live this autumn on BBC1 and feature performances from a collection of the biggest UK and global music stars in each episode. Continue reading...

Lenny Henry: Ofcom is practising 'fake diversity' with on-screen targets (2 days old [19/07/17])

Comedian tells MPs that, in ignoring those who work behind scenes, regulator has ensured ‘nothing has really changed’ Sir Lenny Henry has accused the broadcasting regulator of promoting a culture of “fake diversity” over its refusal to set targets for those who work behind the scenes.Henry, who has been at the forefront of the campaign to make British broadcasters address issues of diversity, openly chastised Ofcom for its report, released on Monday, which said it would only set targets for “on-screen diversity”, ignoring those who commission and make the shows. Continue reading...

Netflix tops 100m subscribers as it draws worldwide audience (3 days old [18/07/17])

US-based streaming service marks milestone with more than half of its 104m customers signed up outside AmericaThe remarkable change in the way the world watches TV has been underlined by new data from Netflix showing that more than 100 million people worldwide now subscribe to the streaming service.The company - which is now valued at $78bn (£60bn), making it worth almost nine times as much as the UK’s ITV and1.5 times bigger then Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox - added 5.2 milllion subscribers in the second quarter. Continue reading...

Standards body unveils plan to crack down on sexist advertisements (4 days old [17/07/17])

UK watchdog takes steps against ads that objectify, sexualise or mock people for not conforming to stereotypesAdvertisements that perpetuate sexist stereotypes, from men bungling housework to girls being less academic than boys, will be banned under rules being proposed by the industry watchdog.The crackdown by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) will toughen rules on ads that are deemed to present activities as only appropriate for one gender or another, or that mock those who do not conform to stereotypical gender roles. Continue reading...

Sun and Mail Online under fire over nude Jodie Whittaker pictures (4 days old [17/07/17])

Campaigners say publication of pictures of Doctor Who’s new star naked in previous acting roles is ‘irresponsible’The Sun and Mail Online have been accused of being “reductive and irresponsible” after publishing nude photographs of Jodie Whittaker in articles covering the announcement that she is the new star of Doctor Who.Reporting the BBC’s announcement on Sunday that Whittaker would be the first female Doctor, both publications ran articles about Whittaker appearing naked or topless in previous acting work, illustrating the stories with stills. Continue reading...

Carolyn McCall to become ITV chief executive (4 days old [17/07/17])

EasyJet boss to succeed Adam Crozier in early 2018, becoming broadcaster’s first female chief executiveITV has confirmed the appointment of Carolyn McCall as its first female chief executive. McCall joins ITV from easyJet, where she has been chief executive for seven years. She was previously chief executive of the Guardian Media Group (GMG), publisher of the Guardian and Observer. Continue reading...

The biggest threat to journalism isn't Trump. It's declining revenues | Ross Barkan (4 days old [17/07/17])

Financial woes pose a far greater threat to the news industry than anything Trump says or doesBecome a Guardian Supporter: help secure the future of fearless, independent journalismAmid the litany of laments over how Donald Trump’s nearly-there or full-blown fascist White House is ending the free press as we know it, the Baltimore City Paper quietly announced this month it was going to shut down. Well, not so quietly if you live in the area and care about a paper with a 40-year legacy of investigative reporting and arts coverage. For the city of Baltimore, it’s a devastating loss.And it’s a re[...]

Privacy campaigners criticise UK plan for age checks on porn websites (4 days old [17/07/17])

Sites could reportedly be blocked for failing to follow government rules forcing users to provide credit card details as verificationPrivacy and free speech campaigners have criticised the government’s plans to force pornography websites to use age checks or face being blocked.Websites flouting the new rules, which are part of the Digital Economy Act, could reportedly find that a regulator has told internet service providers to prevent access to them. Those who provide payment and other services to such sites could also be asked to impose restrictions. Continue reading...

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BBC Suffolk | Things to do

What's on in Suffolk this week (2046 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 (2373 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 (2383 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 (2403 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 (2475 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 (2492 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 (2625 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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