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Sunday night's episode of Downton Abbey may have been less bloody than last week's, but that's not to say this episode lacked any shocking moments of its own.
Between complicated relationships both new and old, an unexpected new role for Cora and the unwelcome - but very necessary - decision to open the Abbey to the public to raise some funds, the latest episode of Downton had a lot to talk about and Digital Spy was on hand to find out exactly what you thought:
Not everyone thinks it's a good idea to open Downton Abbey up to the public:
Flashforward to Mary and George beating off the National Trust with sticks #Downton #DowntonAbbey
— Marianka Swain (@mkmswain) October 25, 2015
Cora: "Don't forget to exit via the gift shop, where you can buy #DowntonAbbey cushions, jigsaws and 'What's a Weekend?' t-shirts." #Downton
— Jon Reed (@jonreed) October 25, 2015
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Current News at Ten co-anchor Julie Etchingham and ITV News international affairs editor Rageh Omaar will deputise for Bradby as hosts of the flagship late news bulletin, which is returning to a single-anchor format.
"News at Ten is one of the best known and loved news brands in the country and I have hugely enjoyed working for it in 25 years on the road with ITV News," said Bradby, who will start in his new role this autumn.
"The chance to help lead it into a new era is a unique and incredibly exciting challenge - and, given the programme's heritage, a great honour, too."
Bradby is stepping down as ITV News at Ten's political editor after ten years in the role.
Mark Austin moves to the 6.30pm early evening news programme, »
The BBC licence fee is always a hot topic, and culture secretary John Whittingdale will face questions about it during this year's Edinburgh International TV Festival.
"We are delighted that the new culture secretary is coming to the TV Festival in its 40th anniversary year," said Guardian Edinburgh TV Festival advisory chair Zai Bennett.
"There are few MPs more knowledgeable about the media than John Whittingdale, and I'm sure the industry will be excited to hear his views on issues ranging from the impending charter renewal, to discussions on privatisation. This really is a session not to be missed."
The government recently denied it has plans to sell off Channel 4 following Ofcom's third review of public service broadcasting, which is currently under way. »
Celebrities come together for a good cause during ITV4′s “The Chase: Celebrity Special.” The television special, hosted by Bradley Walsh, features celebrities trying to defeat The Chaser for charity. Here’s more about the special: Bradley Walsh hosts another celebrity edition of the quiz show in which four well-known celebrities work together to try and win thousands of pounds for charity. Can they outwit the ruthless quiz genius known as The Chaser? Giving it their best shot this time are ITV News presenter Alastair Stewart, Atomic Kitten’s Natasha Hamilton, queen of clean Kim Woodburn and TV presenter Keith Chegwin. “The Chase: Celebrity Special” airs Dec. 30 on ITV4, which FilmOn will [ Read More ]
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4 items from 2015
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