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Cowell blushes as shirt bursts open

X Factor boss Simon Cowell cringes with embarrassment after his shirt bursts apart, accidentally flashing his chest.

20 Sep 2014 1.49am

Doctor Who moving to later time

Doctor Who is set to travel in time again after TV bosses decided to move the long-running sci-fi show to a later slot in the schedule.

18 Sep 2014 2.05pm

Doctor Who 'son' to star in special

Doctor Who is keeping it in the family after show bosses announced Michael Troughton, the son of Patrick who played the second ever Doctor, will ...

19 Sep 2014 3.05pm

Waterman to quit New Tricks

New Tricks star Dennis Waterman is quitting the show - the last of the original line-up to leave the popular police drama.

19 Sep 2014 1.05pm

Grylls reveals skinny-dip liking

Adventurer Bear Grylls accidentally bared all in a text to showbiz buddy Dermot O'Leary.

19 Sep 2014 1.05am

Six held in referendum aftermath

Six people have been arrested after trouble flared in Glasgow city centre following the referendum result.

20 Sep 2014 2.47am

Opponents pay tribute to Salmond

Politicians and figures from across the business community have paid tribute to Alex Salmond after he announced his resignation as First Minister.

19 Sep 2014 7.03pm

Sturgeon keeping eyes on the prize

Nicola Sturgeon has made little attempt in recent years to hide her desire for the top job in Scottish politics and her dream is now within reach.

20 Sep 2014 2.47am

SNP to begin search for new leader

The Scottish National Party has a vacancy for a leader for the first time in a decade.

20 Sep 2014 2.47am

Sturgeon keeping eyes on the prize

Nicola Sturgeon has made little attempt in recent years to hide her desire for the top job in Scottish politics and her dream is now within reach.

19 Sep 2014 9.03pm

William joins Malta celebrations

The Duke of Cambridge will today join the people of Malta in celebrating the 50th anniversary of their independence.

20 Sep 2014 1.49am

Warning over account restrictions

Four in every 10 savings accounts which are described as being instant-access come with "frustrating" restrictions that can prevent people getting ...

20 Sep 2014 1.49am

Umunna caught out on Scotland team

Shadow cabinet minister Chuka Umunna was caught out when questioned about his party's team in Scotland after only being able to identify two of ...

20 Sep 2014 1.49am

Marilyn Monroe negative auctioned

A negative from Marilyn Monroe's first professional photoshoot goes under the hammer today.

20 Sep 2014 1.49am

Spoon-bender joins gorilla crusade

Spoon-bending psychic Uri Geller is to join TV conservationist Bill Oddie and London Mayor Boris Johnson's father Stanley today for a charity event ...

20 Sep 2014 1.49am

Anti-Islam ads coming to New York

Anti-Islamic adverts will begin appearing on a hundred New York City buses and at two subway entrances next week.

19 Sep 2014 4.05pm

Nigerian church 'stopped rescuers'

Church officials stopped members of a rescue team pulling victims from the site of a six-storey building collapse in Nigeria, an emergency agency ...

19 Sep 2014 1.06pm

Syrian Kurds cross into Turkey

Turkey has opened its border with Syria to allow up to 4,000 people, mostly Kurds fleeing militants from the Islamic State group, cross to safety.

19 Sep 2014 4.05pm

Catalans continue independence push

Catalonia's president Artur Mas says Catalans want the same chance as Scots who were given the right to vote for independence.

19 Sep 2014 3.06pm

Sierra Leone begins Ebola lockdown

A three-day curfew is under way in Sierra Leone to help health workers find hidden cases of Ebola.

19 Sep 2014 2.06pm