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Top Story BBC Two is airing a live Labour leadership debate on Newsnight in June Laura Kuenssberg will host the debate live from Nuneaton on June 17. Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, Mary Creagh, Tristam Hunt and Liz Kendall at the Progress annual conference
Playboy Now app for iOS and Android devices is all about the articles. Playboy launches a safe-for-work app Shane Richie, Sadie Frost and Lucy Benjamin are among the stars to win compensation. Paul Gascoigne wins hacking damages "Each issue is torture," says the survivor of the Paris shootings. Charlie Hebdo artist quits the magazine The pianist's ex-wife had tried to prevent him from releasing his autobiography. James Rhodes wins right to publish book about abuse Operation Yewtree investigation also includes 76 politicians. 178 music, TV, film stars probed by police You might want to avoid the BBC on May 30 if you don't like football that much. BBC devotes a whole day to FA Cup final BBC One, ITV, Channel 4 and ITN Productions are all up for awards. Edinburgh TV Awards 2015 shortlist revealed The X Factor judge says he'd jazz up the debates with fire and trap doors. Simon Cowell wants to produce leaders' debates Ofcom will determine whether it was dangerous for O'Grady to inhale the gas live on air. Paul O'Grady being investigated over helium The show is accused of breaching impartiality rules during UKIP leader's appearance. Good Morning Britain probed by Ofcom Social media criticises a joke on TV which saw a 13-year-old's dream crushed. Viewers blast "cruel" Mother's Day prank Tony Hall addresses the licence fee debate following the Conservatives' election win. BBC director general wants "bold" staff Did you know that AOL still has 2 million dial-up customers in the US? Verizon agrees to buy AOL for $4.4bn Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo say "hello!" to Jason Isaacs on their new online film show. Have you seen Kermode & Mayo's film show? The IPCC finds that Sussex Police missed an opportunity to interview Savile. Police mishandled Jimmy Savile report Sajid Javid plays down suggestions that John Whittingdale's appointment is a warning. Is the government at war with the BBC? She will be interviewing celebrity guests including Louis Walsh and Craig Revel Horwood. Kate Thornton joins Magic Radio All 52 matches from Canada will be shown live across BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC Red Button or online. BBC to show all of the Women's World Cup A Labour MP gets involved before the bus company announced its decision to scrap the ads. "Ride me all day for £3" bus adverts pulled The peer and Apprentice figurehead will continue in the House of Lords as a crossbench member. Alan Sugar to Labour Party: 'You're fired!' The New York event honours the media for their fair and inclusive representations of the LGBT community.
Kelly Ripa honoured at GLAAD Media Awards Polly Hill has been responsible for Poldark, Wolf Hall and many more. BBC gets a new head of drama commissioning A "vote for sanity" or "five more damned years"? The front page verdict on David Cameron's victory. What the papers are saying about the election The charity jumps in with its own advert in reply. Dogs Trust does its own 'beach body ready' ad More than 400 complaints were submitted following Hopkins' remarks about immigrants. IPSO rejects Katie Hopkins column complaints The villainous hamburger-lover doesn't quite look the same as you remember him. McDonald's brings back the Hamburglar "The Charlie Hebdo cartoonists are getting an award for courage," he said before Tuesday's event. Neil Gaiman backs Charlie Hebdo's PEN award Skype isn't being forced to change its name after EU ruling - but Sky could request a licensing fee. Skype's name deemed too similar to Sky's The World Cup committee says that the crew were arrested for lacking a film permit. Qatar 2022 documentary crew are arrested Football League highlights will air in a primetime slot for the first time ever in new deal. Channel 5 wins Football League rights from BBC Columnist trends on Twitter with a headline belittling child abuse. Mail writer's Savile 'joke' backfires Purple dominated the Eye yesterday, as UKIP was the most discussed political party. London Eye lit up as Election pie chart The police worry that publication of the report could prejudice legal proceedings. BBC's Jimmy Savile report delayed UKIP advisors claim that comments on the BBC show may hinder Farage's chances. UKIP angry with HIGNFY over Farage remarks Four producers are reportedly following Zane Lowe from BBC Radio 1 to Apple. Apple poaches more BBC Radio talent The ASA has "concerns" about the advert's weight loss claims. 'Beach body ready' ad banned from the Tube The singer thinks the problem is "touting the super power of the drink". Carol Decker: I'd go gay for Protein World model Staff in camera operation, sound production and lighting are thought to be affected. Sky cutting around 70 jobs in production team The channel's content will not be dropped and will get an EPG promotion. Sky Arts is becoming one "super channel" See the comedian and activist quiz Labour leader in trailer for their forthcoming interview. Watch Russell Brand grill Ed Miliband on economy