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  1. 'Top Gear' Suspension: Jeremy Clarkson Accused of Punching Producer (Report)

    3:16 am 3/11/2015

    The host of the BBC hit show jokes about possible movies that could fill the series' time slot while a online petition calls for his return.Read more

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  2. 'Top Gear' Host Jeremy Clarkson Suspended by BBC Following "Fracas" With Producer

    10:29 am 3/10/2015

    The controversial presenter was told in 2014 that he was on his "last warning."Read more

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  3. BBC Drama 'Poldark' Draws Nearly 7 Million Viewers in Debut

    3:42 am 3/9/2015

    The show with Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson followed the season finale of hit 'Call the Midwife.'Read more

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  4. 'Doctor Who' Companion Was on Her Way Out But Changed Her Mind

    3:41 am 3/6/2015

    Showrunner Steven Moffat reveals that Jenna Coleman decided to stay, allowing him to use an alternate ending to season 8.Read more

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  5. Tracey Ullman Returns to U.K. TV After 30 Years

    11:02 pm 3/4/2015

    The six-part 'The Tracey Ullman Show' is one of a number of new comedy shows commissioned by the BBC. Read more

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  6. BBC Moves Forward Airing of Indian Gang Rape Doc

    11:53 am 3/4/2015

    'India's Daughter' had been banned from broadcast in India by local authorities.Read more

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  7. Steve Coogan Supports $155 Million Bid for BBC’s Youth Network

    2:16 am 3/4/2015

    In a letter mentioning the comedian, U.K. producers renew their push to buy BBC Three despite the public broadcaster's focus on moving the channel online.Read more

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  8. BBC Touts 15 Percent Reduction in Talent Pay

    1:56 pm 3/3/2015

    BBC Trust chair Rona Fairhead will also tell an industry convention in Oxford that spending on top-earning on-air talent has declined by 29 percent, but the public broadcaster needs to do more.Read more

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  9. BBC to Air TV Shows Celebrating "Simple Pleasures of Life in the Slow Lane"

    5:02 am 3/3/2015

    In the tradition of Norway's Slow TV, BBC Four will air a two-hour boat journey and a three-hour Frederick Wiseman-directed tour of London's National Gallery without voiceover or sound effects.Read more

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  10. J.K. Rowling "Crying Eyes Out" at 'The Casual Vacancy' on BBC

    5:26 am 3/2/2015

    The three-part TV drama drew to a close over the weekend. Read more

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