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Tinky Winky to join Eastenders cast in desperate bid to boost ratings

Dipsy, La-la and Po-Face already in the regular castThe BBC has revealed that former Teletubbies favourite Tinky Winky is to join the cast of flagship soap opera Eastenders later this year.

Critics have been calling for the Beeb to take action following a long term slump in viewing figures. ‘I’m sure it’s no coincidence that Mr Winky is a former CBeebies stalwart,’ suggested The Guardian’s TV critic Andrew Collins. ‘Many younger viewers will have fond memories of him in classic Teletubbies episodes such as the one where they all roll down a hill and the one when they find a bouncy ball.’

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Posted: Sep 4th, 2014
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Brooks cleared of ‘ever having been married to Ross Kemp’

In what is being seen as a complete character vindication, Rebekah Brooks was today cleared by the High Court of all allegations of marriage to a ‘soft-shite mockney’.

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Posted: Jun 24th, 2014
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Political parties given go ahead for new Subliminal Election Broadcasts

public currently still thinking for themselvesFrom next year, the traditional Party Election Broadcast will be replaced by a blipvert that operates below the threshold of human conscious perception. ‘The old party political broadcasts suffered from a terrible flaw,’ explained Tory party strategist Lynton Crosby. ‘As soon as anyone realised they were watching one, they immediately switched over.’

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Posted: May 6th, 2014
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Eastenders confirms shocking new ‘smile’ plotline

BBC flagship drama, Eastenders, once again looks set to be about to court plenty of controversy in a provocative move sure to shock its fans and critics alike, as one of the show’s iconic characters is going to be seen smiling.

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Posted: Feb 28th, 2014
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BBC Minus 1 to show programmes ‘a day before they are finished’

The BBC has announced its new “Minus 1” service – a new channel that shows programmes up to a day before they have been completed. “This shows the BBC’s commitment to be ahead of the game,” according to the new Director General, Tony Smythely.

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Posted: Oct 19th, 2013
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