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18 January 2011 Last updated at 21:15 ET
King's Speech leads Bafta field
The King's Speech leads the way in the nominations for this year's Baftas with 14 nods, followed by ballet thriller Black Swan, with 12
List of nominees in full
In pictures: Bafta film nominees
Mark Kermode's verdict
Baftas 2011: surprises and sure things
Morgan makes US talk show debut
Former newspaper editor Piers Morgan makes his debut as presenter of US talk show Tonight with Oprah Winfrey as his first guest.
Philbin announces retirement plan
Veteran US broadcaster Regis Philbin announces he is retiring from his weekday talk show, which he has hosted for more than 25 years.
New daughter for Kidman and Urban
Nicole Kidman and country star husband Keith Urban have become parents to a new baby daughter born with a surrogate mother, they have announced.
Prince opens £12m ballet centre
US singer James to pay for care
Memorial for best-selling author
BBC iPlayer breaks 145m barrier
Sugarland set for awards concert
Gervais explains Globes absence
Lifetime folk award for Donovan
Also in the news
Inbetweeners: destination Scratchy Bottom?
Name of new James Bond novel is revealed
Expert Views
Gomp/arts
New faces
Out with the old and in with the new and unfamiliar at the ICA
Sound of 2011 winner
Looking ahead
Arts & culture
Spider-Man opening delayed again
The opening night of the new Spider-Man musical on Broadway is once again delayed.
Law back for Grandage swansong
Hopper's Mao sells for $302,500
Film
Glee and Network dominate Globes
Facebook film The Social Network and TV show Glee are the main winners at the Golden Globes in Los Angeles, where British actors Colin Firth and Christian Bale are also honoured.
Actress Susannah York dies at 72
Zsa Zsa Gabor has leg amputated
Music
Tinchy Stryder joins Masterclass
Tinchy Stryder and Kaiser Chiefs are among experts who have signed up to give advice at the inaugural BBC Introducing Musicians' Masterclass.
P Diddy makes live comedy debut
UK labels change singles rule
TV & radio
Channel 4 boss wants more 'risks'
Channel 4 will take more risks in an attempt to find new hit shows to fill the gap left by Big Brother, its chief executive pledges.
Terry Wogan to join Just A Minute
Wire actor to star as Fred West
Watch/Listen
Americans flock to Diana exhibit
Sherlock Holmes to appear in new novel
'Colin Firth is a national treasure'
Portman wouldn't recommend film diet
David Byrne on concert chaos
Mark Kermode on Bafta nominations
The King's Speech tipped for 14 Baftas
Nicole's baby joy and more news
Features & analysis
Surprises and sure things
Will the stammering king hold off competition at the Baftas?
Briton's Got Talent?
How did Piers Morgan fare on US chat show debut?
Art of the shed
How a rural 'hovel' has taken pride of place in a major art exhibition
The anti-shuffle brigade
First rule of record club... no texting
In pictures
Best film contenders at the 2011 Bafta Awards
A joke too far?
Celebrities and the press give mixed reactions to Ricky Gervais's routine at the Golden Globes
Quote of the Day
“You have been surprising and that's a good thing because who doesn't want to be surprised?”
Oprah Winfrey to Piers Morgan on his interview with her for his debut on CNN's Tonight
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African Performance 2011
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The Strand
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