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Television news from 15 September 2010

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This page returns archived stories from our television news section. News stories can and do change; this is a snapshot for historical reasons. Links may no longer be valid.
Jim Rosenthal to front Channel 5 football coverage (Media Guardian)
Rosenthal replaces Colin Murray as face of Channel 5's Europa League broadcastsChannel 5 has replaced Colin Murray with Jim Rosenthal as the new face ...
BBC reels from departure and defection (The Drum)
Two senior management figures are to turn their backs on the Beeb as pressure mounts for a shake up of public sector broadcasting....
Comic In BBC Help For Heroes Tweet Attack (Sky News)
One Show presenter Jason Manford has attacked BBC bosses after comments he made about the treatment of British troops were cut from a charity concert ...
Teenager 'inspired by TV show Dexter' to murder brother (Daily Mail)
Andrew Conley told police he had strangled his brother Conner with his bare hands for 20 minutes to make sure he was dead in Rising Sun, Ohio....
Vince Cable adopts hands-off approach to News Corporation's BSkyB takeover (Media Guardian)
Business secretary distances himself from rumours that he could intervene in controversial Rupert Murdoch takeoverThe business secretary, Vince Cable,...
Ofcom 'to review' bid for BSkyB (BBC News)
The BBC has learned that Ofcom will be asked to review News Corp's bid for BSkyB once an offer is formally made....
TV ratings - 14 September: Ramsay's Best Restaurants watched by 1.5m (Media Guardian)
First of 12-part Channel 4 quest to find UK's top eaterie beaten by BBC2's Battle of Britain drama documentary First LightGordon Ramsay's new Channel ...
How Colin McKeown flushed out Dominic West | Monkey (Media Guardian)
Ebullient producer Colin McKeown explained at the launch of the second series of BBC daytime drama Moving On how he got The Wire star Dominic West to direct an episode.
Debate: Church 'Continues To Lie' About Abuse (Sky News)
A campaigner has accused the Catholic church of "continuing to lie" about child abuse in a Sky News debate on the eve of the Pope's official visit to ...
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