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Rona Fairhead explains that the final review of BBC Three isn't finished. BBC Three online is good, says BBC Trust The couple release a statement regarding the magazine's "unfounded" story. Timberlake, Biel get apology from Heat The DJ's three month suspended sentence will not be referred to Court of Appeal. Dave Lee Travis sentence 'not unduly lenient' The athlete will not compete at IPC events even if he is released early. Pistorius banned from IPC events for 5 years Athlete is sentenced for culpable homicide after fatal shooting of Reeva Steenkamp. Oscar Pistorius given 5-year custodial sentence The Channel 5 show came under fire following a caller's foul-mouthed outburst. The Wright Stuff cleared by Ofcom The BBC admits airing an expletive-filled Lily Allen set was a "mistake". Lily Allen swearing gets Radio 1 in trouble Justice Secretary backs proposals to quadruple prison sentences of online abusers. UK calls for crackdown on internet trolls The veteran broadcaster signs an open-ended contract with the BBC. John Simpson signs indefinite BBC contract The actor accepts damages after News Group accessed his private voicemails. David Walliams settles phone hacking claim The threats follow her mother Judy Finnigan's controversial comments on rape. Chloe Madeley on "chilling" rape threat The company added 3 million new subscribers between July and September. Netflix share price down more than 25% Genome Project website goes live with every edition of the Radio Times included. BBC chronicling all TV, radio broadcasts The 35-year-old will also serve as an Ambassador for Sky Sports Living for Sport. Jonny Wilkinson joins Sky Sports World Service boss Peter Horrocks describes the incident as "deliberate censorship". BBC website being blocked in China Greig says she is surprised by the reaction she has got since coming to London. Royal prank DJ 'would consider career in UK' Graham Johnson is alleged to have hacked phones in 2001. Sunday Mirror journalist charged Scott Mills and Mark Kermode are among the most popular ever podcasts. What are the BBC's biggest ever podcasts? The broadcaster rejects claims that it targets vulnerable people. Channel 4 will not axe Immigration Street The corporation responds to today's (October 15) The Sun front page. BBC denies Ebola panic reports The Conversation, hosted by Kim Chakanetsa, will be aimed at women. BBC World Service gets all-female show Tom Watson thinks the BBC should consider giving 6 Music the FM slot held by Radio 3. MP wants 6 Music to take Radio 3's FM slot Ben Cooper struggles to name the band's hits when put on the spot. Radio 1 boss can't name any One Direction hit Dr Nancy was allegedly spotted in a restaurant last week, little after returning from Liberia. NBC reporter sorry for Ebola quarantine breach The Green Party says its exclusion from the leaders' debate "fails the electorate". Greens say debate exclusion 'fails democracy' The UK version of the show will now air in the US, Canada, China, Russia and more. The X Factor UK now airing in 147 countries Broadcasters set out provisional plans for televised leaders' debates ahead of General Election. Farage invited to leaders' TV debate The EastEnders actress thinks the press ethics debate will ignite once more. Kellie Shirley: Hacking play still relevant The documentary charts Laura Poitras's meeting with the NSA whistleblower. Edward Snowden in Citizenfour trailer Filmgoers were unhappy with BBFC spoilers prior to Two Days, One Night. BBFC to avoid giving away spoilers "They may have had a point - we were probably a little (unnecessarily) defensive." Spin responds after mocking from South Park The couple file defamation claims against magazine in the Dublin High Court. Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel suing Heat Material featuring stars with "morally dubious" pasts is banned from cinema and TV. China bans actors with drug use pasts Viacom will bring US channel Spike to UK and cut VIVA, moving content to 5*. Channel 5 owner replacing VIVA with Spike The former Sex Pistols frontman takes on the Radio 4 host. Watch John Lydon clash with John Humphrys BBC confirms that it will no longer show repeats fronted by the broadcaster. BBC cuts DLT from Top Of The Pops repeats Karen Danczuk becomes involved in row with Janet Street-Porter and Jamelia. Loose Women row over councillor's selfies The box comes with 1TB of storage space and on-demand services from BBC and Channel 5. EE launches set-top box to take on YouView Sir Elton John, One Direction and Pharrell lead star-filled 'God Only Knows' cover. Stars unite for BBC Music launch single Issue #114 will be the final edition of the publication. Official Nintendo Magazine to close in UK