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When the BBC's resident Larry Grayson impersonator Graham Norton starts chuntering on about TV stars being paid too much, you know there's something up. Clearly feeling a little uncomfortable about pocketing a seven-figure salary for churning out the now-cancelled Totally Saturday--a show which made Noel's House Party look like Question Time--he said last week: "I'm happy to admit we are paid too much". Happy? We bet.
The BBC and ITV have been immersed in a ratings war for years, constantly trying to beat the other, especially when it came to their home-grown reality shows Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor. Unfortunately for the BBC, Strictly has consistently come off worse and now, it seems, they're fighting back in a big way.
Oscar award-winning movie maker Quentin Tarantino talks Brad Pitt and Bond movies when he joins Jonathan Ross on the sofa, this Friday.
Doctor Who, Gavin and Stacey and Spooks return to our screens alongside new shows starring Eve Myles (Torchwood), Johnny Lee Miller (Eli Stone) and Amanda Holden (Britain's Got Talent), the BBC revealed today.