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  1. 'Top Gear' Producer Quits in Wake of Jeremy Clarkson Sacking (Report)

    1:15 am 3/31/2015

    Andy Wilman now denies that a leaked email was a resignation statement. Read more

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  2. Bad Robot Names BBC Drama Boss Ben Stephenson Head of TV Division

    10:02 am 3/30/2015

    He will move from London to L.A. to oversee all aspects of development and production.Read more

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  3. BBC Chief Receives Death Threats After Dropping Jeremy Clarkson, Police Say

    8:02 am 3/29/2015

    The network announced Wednesday that it will not renew the 'Top Gear' host's contract.Read more

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  4. Steve Coogan and Stephen Fry Among U.K. Bookies' Favorites to Host 'Top Gear'

    5:47 am 3/27/2015

    Betting shops also have odds on Zayn Malik and Matt LeBlanc replacing the ousted Jeremy Clarkson.Read more

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  5. Russian TV to Fired 'Top Gear' Host: Come Work for Us

    3:50 am 3/26/2015

    A channel owned by Russia's defense ministry wants fired BBC presenter Jeremy Clarkson for its own car program. Read more

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  6. Cumberbatch to Give Reading at Richard III Reburial

    3:06 am 3/25/2015

    The Oscar-nominated actor plays the medieval monarch, whose remains were recently discovered, in an upcoming BBC drama.Read more

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  7. 'Family Guy' Moves From BBC to ITV in U.K.

    5:43 am 3/23/2015

    The BBC has aired Seth MacFarlane's comedy since 1999.Read more

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  8. 'Top Gear' Live Shows Postponed

    3:53 am 3/23/2015

    Four upcoming dates in Norway are canceled as the BBC's investigation into Jeremy Clarkson's "fracas" nears conclusion.Read more

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  9. Will the BBC Fire 'Top Gear' Host Jeremy Clarkson?

    3:39 am 3/20/2015

    The U.K. public broadcaster is dealing with its version of Charlie Sheen, a wildly popular TV bad boy whose latest "fracas" involves allegedly throwing a punch at a producer over a catering dispute.Read more

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  10. Veteran U.K. TV Executives Launch Sugar Films to "Mainstream Diversity"

    7:35 am 3/17/2015

    Former Travel Channel boss and BBC exec Pat Younge and his two partners want to create TV and digital content and "redefine the notion of diversity in our industry as being modern, mainstream and value creating."Read more

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