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The lesson from the Phillip Schofield scandal? A moral grey area is not OK in any workplace | Gaby Hinsliff
In the post-#MeToo era we are much more alert to power imbalances in relationships, says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff

Gaby Hinsliff

29, May, 2023 @1:42 PM

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Fleur East looks back: ‘My mum loved to put me in the most flamboyant dresses: big poofy sleeves and shoulder pads’
The singer recalls her shy childhood, how she ended up on X Factor twice, and finding her own voice

Interview by Harriet Gibsone

20, May, 2023 @11:00 AM

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‘Comfortable is not good’: Kym Marsh on the horror of Hear’Say – and landing the Take That musical
As she joins Greatest Days, the star from Wigan talks about the implosion of Hear’Say, 13 years in Corrie, tabloids raking through her bins – and not being able to afford nappies as a single mother

Emine Saner

17, May, 2023 @2:59 PM

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‘Joanna Lumley is my ultimate’: Strictly supremo Jason Gilkison on dream contestants and his Eurovision drag spectacular
The choreographer shares his ballroom roots, his love for Liverpool nightlife and what makes a perfect TV dance duo

Lyndsey Winship

09, May, 2023 @10:28 AM

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‘Thrown under the bus’: Melanie Sykes says she quit TV after bad treatment by industry
In a new book that follows her autism diagnosis, the former presenter of The Big Breakfast describes a career marred by sexism and coercive behaviour

Tara Conlan

25, Apr, 2023 @6:50 PM

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‘It’s a 10 for Len’: farewell to gloriously gobby Goodman, the Strictly ballroom sensation
Almost overlooked for the job of Strictly judge, Len Goodman ended up being the show’s lifeblood, thrilling audiences with his straight-talking ways – and fabulous footwork

Mark Lawson

24, Apr, 2023 @2:21 PM

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Alex Jones looks back: ‘I was filming a reality show in Magaluf when I did my finals, and Davina McCall was my exam invigilator’
TV host Alex Jones on growing up in Wales, overcoming her shyness, and being more feisty than people might think

Harriet Gibsone

15, Apr, 2023 @11:00 AM

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For the Love Of Paul O’Grady review – breakneck tribute to beloved comedian is remarkably moving
From his blistering drag act Lily Savage to programmes about dogs and his exceptional daytime TV show, the sheer strength of feeling that O’Grady inspired beats through in every frame

Stuart Heritage

10, Apr, 2023 @11:46 AM

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Anton and Giovanni’s Adventures in Sicily review – the Strictly stars’ bond is so moving it will make you weep
This is much more than a celebrity travelogue – it’s the tale of a charming and genuine friendship. These two are a ray of hope in an age of toxic masculinity

Lucy Mangan

21, Mar, 2023 @10:00 PM

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Comic Relief raises over £34m as stars parody The Traitors and Eurovision
Hosts of BBC fundraiser include AJ Odudu and Paddy McGuinness but Lenny Henry is absent for first time

Tobi Thomas

18, Mar, 2023 @11:38 AM

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Whoopi Goldberg apologizes for using Romany slur on ABC’s The View
‘I’m really, really sorry,’ the actor said, nearly a year after she was suspended from her show for saying the Holocaust ‘isn’t about race’

Maya Yang

16, Mar, 2023 @8:51 PM

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Oscars TV ratings improve – to third worst ever
This year’s Academy Awards with Jimmy Kimmel at the helm drew an average TV audience of 18.7m – and a bigger share of younger viewers

Andrew Pulver

14, Mar, 2023 @11:32 AM

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