18 January 2011
Last updated at 21:15 ET
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
Former newspaper editor Piers Morgan makes his debut as presenter of US talk show Tonight with Oprah Winfrey as his first guest.
Veteran US broadcaster Regis Philbin announces he is retiring from his weekday talk show, which he has hosted for more than 25 years.
Nicole Kidman and country star husband Keith Urban have become parents to a new baby daughter born with a surrogate mother, they have announced.
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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.
TV & radio
Channel 4 boss wants more 'risks'
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Features & analysis
Will the stammering king hold off competition at the Baftas?
How did Piers Morgan fare on US chat show debut?
How a rural 'hovel' has taken pride of place in a major art exhibition
First rule of record club... no texting
Best film contenders at the 2011 Bafta Awards
Celebrities and the press give mixed reactions to Ricky Gervais's routine at the Golden Globes
Quote of the Day
Oprah Winfrey to Piers Morgan on his interview with her for his debut on CNN's Tonight
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