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‘No Sinn Fein shopping list’ to facilitate appointment of next First Minister

MP Chris Hazzard has said Sinn Fein will have ‘no demands’ other than a commitment to agreements already made.
UK

England and Scotland Euro clash earns bumper viewing numbers

The broadcast also broke a streaming record for ITV.
TV

Time: An unflinching look at life in British prisons

This gripping drama starring Sean Bean and Stephen Graham raises tough questions about justice - and prison workers have praised its realism

UK

Line Of Duty star Martin Compston reads bedtime story on eve of Scotland match

Compston, wearing a Scotland jersey and tartan pyjama trousers, reads the story next to a pint of Tennent’s beer and a photo of Archie Gemmill.
UK

Living quarters at Iona Abbey reopen after multimillion pound renovation

The Princess Royal spoke at a special ceremony to mark the event.
UK

David Hockney: Why I’m happy keeping busy at 83

Hockney also had a tip for anyone feeling ‘bored’ and ‘trapped’ in lockdown.
UK

Line Of Duty producers announce stars of gripping new show

Showtrial will explore how ‘prejudice, politics and the media distort the legal process’, according to the BBC

Interiors

The Repair Shop experts on what to restore — and where to start

We talk to Sonnaz and Will, of The Repair Shop, to hear what - and how - we should reduce, reuse and reupholster in our homes.

TV

Marcus Thurwell: Could Line of Duty’s latest bent copper be ‘H?

Meet the latest bent copper under investigation by the AC-12 gang (spoilers for episode five ahead)

TV

Line of Duty recap: Is this Jed Mercurio’s best cliffhanger yet?

A DNA reveal, the return of Pat Carmichael and a watch-through-your-fingers ending - episode five had it all

TV

Mother of God! Who is Jo Davidson related to in Line of Duty?

Who is the mysterious ‘blood relation?’ Major spoilers for Line of Duty series six, episode four below

UK

Peak of 5.4 million tune in to watch delayed MasterChef final

Show was broadcast last night after it was pulled due to death of Prince Philip

TV

This Is My House’s guessing game shouldn’t work - yet it’s TV gold

This Stacey Dooley-fronted competition makes zero sense, but somehow it’s hilarious - and addictive - viewing

UK

Philip’s funeral could attract one of the year’s largest TV audiences

The BBC and ITV are likely to clear their schedules for coverage of the event.
UK

BBC ‘gets more than 100,000 complaints about Prince Philip coverage’

It set up a dedicated webpage to handle the complaints.
TV

Line of Duty recap: Catchphrases, cash and a very watery detour

Answering yes or no, will our blood pressure ever return to normal after this excruciatingly stressful episode? (Spoilers ahead)

UK

Ofcom opts not to pursue complaint against BBC over broadcast of racist term

More than 18,000 people had complained to the BBC about the incident.
TV

Line of Duty is back - and this explosive opener was worth the wait

AC-12’s long-awaited comeback made our heads spin - these are our case notes

UK

William hails ‘incredible generosity’ as stars unite for Comic Relief

Last year William starred in a Blackadder sketch with Stephen Fry during the BBC’s Big Night In – a fundraising evening of entertainment.
UK

ITV ratings revealed for Harry and Meghan interview

The broadcaster snapped up the rights to the programme in a deal reported to have cost it around £1 million.
TV

Bloodlands is a moody, compelling thriller for Line of Duty fans

This Belfast-set police drama has Jed Mercurio’s seal of approval

UK

Royal family focus on pandemic in Commonwealth programme ahead of Oprah interview

A Celebration for Commonwealth Day will be broadcast on BBC One at 5pm on Sunday March 7.
Celebrity homes

This Is MY House: Bill Bailey and Emily Atack join BBC property show

The pair will be appear on the celebrity panel for this new ‘house snooping’ game show, alongside comedians Judi Love and Jamali Maddix