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4,000 people head to BRIT Awards for Covid-19 pilot event

Thousands of people, including many big-name celebrities, have descended on London for the 2021 BRIT Awards at the O2 Arena. The event is a Covid-19 pilot event that will see the stars perform in front of an audience of 4,000 with no social distancing or face masks in place.

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Bill and Melinda Gates announce divorce and Gary Barlow launches new BBC music show

Bill and Melinda Gates announced their plans to divorce this week after 27 years of marriage. In a tweet, the couple said: "After a great deal of thought and a lot of work on our relationship, we have made the decision to end our marriage."

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Jon Snow quits Channel 4 News and The Flintstones set for adult reboot

Having been part of the furniture on the Channel 4 News for many years, Jon Snow is off to try something different. An “adult” sitcom reboot of The Flintstones looks set to become a candidate for "things that didn't need making," and yet another pair of Mission: Impossible movies are on the way.

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Black Lives Matter inspired dance routine nominated for BAFTA

Last year, dance troupe Diversity performed a routine on Britain's Got Talent inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. This led to a tremendous amount of controversy and a high number of complaints. The routine has now been nominated for a BAFTA as one of TV’s must-see moments of 2020.

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12 Years a Slave review

Rewatching 12 Years a Slave some eight years on from its Oscar sweep is an intriguing experience.

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Richard Madeley ‘lined up to replace Piers’ on GMB and Boy George releasing 60 songs at 60

Richard Madeley will reportedly do a guest stint on ITV’s Good Morning Britain this summer as a trial to replace Piers Morgan.

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What is National Theatre at Home?

National Theatre at Home is a new streaming service bringing National Theatre productions to living rooms across the world in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's everything you need to know about the new platform.

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