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Channel announces series of programmes celebrating life in the slow lane. BBC Four Goes Slow with relaxing shows The 'bondage for beginners' lesson will be investigated over suitability. This Morning: 50 Shades item investigated New BBC Studios division is in public service but independent of BBC Television, says Tony Hall. BBC announces new production studio plans Tony Hall proposes that people should pay the fee even if they only watch catch-up. BBC chief hints at licence fee changes A report into Jimmy Savile's abuse at Stoke Mandeville Hospital is released. Hospital staff aware of Savile complaint A group of MPs suggest that the licence fee will be replaced within 15 years. TV licence has no future, say MPs Broadcaster has rights to show up to 380 exclusively live matches per season. BT Sport extends Serie A football deal Illegal drone is spotted flying over the city's Bois de Boulogne area. Al-Jazeera journalists arrested over drone BBC's Director of Television insists BBC Three brand name won't be sold. BBC's Danny Cohen: BBC Three not for sale The news anchor offers apology for calling Penn State students "pitiful". Keith Olbermann suspended from ESPN Even the Tudors weren't averse to going down the Danny Dyer route. Wolf Hall viewers complain over "c**t" FIFA's task force say the Qatar World Cup can only be held in the winter. FIFA proposes winter World Cup 2022 The news anchor says he would have lost the freedom he enjoys at Channel 4. Jon Snow turned down "boring" BBC News The hiring may be related to the recent recruitment of BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe. Apple looking to expand editorial content The presenter says his recent comments on Liverpool have been taken out of context. Jeremy Clarkson angry with Liverpool Echo Subsequent pre-election debates will air on BBC, Channel 4 and Sky in April. ITV to air first political leaders' debate Marmite's Neglect Squad offers ex-EastEnders star salvation in new advert. Why does Dean Gaffney owe it all to Marmite? Mark Strong will star in BBC Radio 4's adaptation of Harold Pinter's Victory. Mark Strong joins BBC 4 Harold Pinter play The Olympic Broadcast Services are focusing on mobile and testing virtual reality instead. No plans for 4K 2016 Rio Olympics Pundit had claimed that Glasgow Rangers' matches should not be televised. Stan Collymore 'taken off' BT Sport Steve Kroft will anchor extended Bob Simon tribute this weekend on 60 Minutes. 60 Minutes sets Bob Simon tribute Daily Telegraph calls itself a "champion of British business and enterprise". Telegraph defends HSBC scandal coverage The forthcoming FA Cup quarter-final will be free for all on BT Sport. Bradford vs Reading free to all on BT Sport Avalon and Hat Trick pitch to take take channel into "a commercial environment". Could BBC Three be kept on air? Complaints were made over the use of "booking" instead of a swear word. ad cleared by ASA The journalist accuses The Daily Telegraph of committing a fraud on the public. Peter Oborne: Telegraph reporting 'fraud' NME will not be going free after next week's issue. NME denies going free after next issue The comedian shares his thoughts on freedom of speech in the modern age. Frankie Boyle writes free speech essay The search for Alan Rusbridger's replacement to continue with a staff ballot. Guardian editor candidates face staff vote The station says that playlisted songs are "chosen on musical merit" alone. Radio 1 denies banning Madonna over age Things get awkward when Jim Carrey mocks newsman in front of NBC colleagues. See Jim Carrey mock Brian Williams suspension Does the public feel better or worse about UKIP? Twitter reacts. Twitter reacts to UKIP: The First 100 Days The singer reveals her first moments of the day in a photo shoot and video. Sophie Ellis-Bextor named face of Dulux Catfish's Nev Schulman talks to DJ Gabby Sanderson. Listen to Propaganda on Xfm's anniversary The drama will be aired in countries including France, Germany and Australia. BBC Worldwide sells Wolf Hall internationally The photo came from a Marie Claire Mexico and Latin America shoot. Cindy Crawford unretouched image leaked New York Times media columnist passed away after collapsing on Thursday (February 12). Columnist David Carr died of lung cancer Non-commercial charities or trusts will be allowed to sponsor the show. BBC allows Sports Personality sponsors The celebrated writer was found collapsed in the newsroom last night (February 12). New York Times columnist David Carr dies The reporter claimed she had been "ushered out of the door". Cathy Newman sorry for mosque tweets