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Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker to become first female Doctor in popular BBC series
Jodie Whittaker will be taking over when Peter Capaldi leaves his role in the 2017 Christmas special
Star Wars, Game of Thrones and Doctor Who actors among guests confirmed for MCM London Comic Con
Stars from Doctor Who and NCIS: LA have also been announced for the event this May
TV and film
Children in Need 2016: All you need to know about this year's BBC appeal Show
Find out what's in store and how to donate to this year's event
David Tennant fails in bid to extend Chiswick home
The Broadchurch star had reportedly warned he may have to leave west London if the planning application was rejected
Steven Moffat appointed OBE in Queen's Birthday Honours list
Television writer Steven Moffat has been included in the Queen's latest Birthday Honours list
What are the most popular babies names in England?
Muhammed still tops in London, but for the rest of the country it's Amelia and Oliver. And naming a prince may be the 'kiss' of death' for moniker popularity
A Clockwork Orange, condoms and the Crown and Treaty: some more Uxbridge facts from our readers
The town's been hitting the headlines amid speculation Boris Johnson could take the Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat
Learn about Brentford's bloody past as guided tours return
A tour highlighting the area's links with conflicts throughout history kicks off Hounslow Heritage Guides' summer season of guided walks in the borough
Hammersmith comic Bill Bailey's new DVD is full of hilarious fury
We review QUALMPEDDLER, the new DVD from TV comic Bill Bailey which was released on November 18
Dr Who anniversary prompts memories of Uxbridge Daleks
Shawcraft Engineering was a small company specialising in architectural models but which also made models for the film and television industry.
In pictures: Ealing's close relationship with Doctor Who
It is 50 years since the first episode of Doctor Who was broadcast to an unsuspecting public. James Gates unearths archive pictures of the show that documents its relationship with Ealing
Hanwell pupils take part in Doctor Who webcast
Pupils from Brentside High School joined in a webcast featuring prominent Doctor Who authors
Doctor Who actor stars in The Woman In White at The Theatre Royal
A FORMER Time Lord is helping transport audiences back a century and a half at Windsor's Theatre Royal this week.
Actress Dinah Sheridan dies in Northwood
Actress Dinah Sheridan has died aged 92 in her Northwood home.
Pussycat Dolls singer in I'm a Celebrity
SO ITV1 bosses might have one potential half of any potential romance storyline in I’m a Celebrity 2012 already sown up.
I'm a Celebrity 'singleton' jets in
PUSSYCAT Dolls multi-tasker Ashley Roberts could be providing one potential half of any potential romance storyline in I’m a Celeb after saying she’s single.
Coronation Street's Helen Flanagan throws a strop ahead of I'm A Celebrity series
Actress Helen Flanagan threw a mini-tantrum when she landed in Australia for this year's I'm A Celebrity yesterday.
Experts say 'Isleworth Mona Lisa' is by Da Vinci
HISTORY buffs in Isleworth are smiling like the Mona Lisa after an earlier version of the famous portrait, which shares the town’s name, was unveiled.
Tyson, Bruno, Benn among boxing stars at Olympia this weekend
A who’s who of the boxing world will be down in Olympia this weekend (Oct 6 - 7) with the legendary Mike Tyson, Nigel Benn and former Olympic gold medallist James DeGale in attendance.
Food Review: Evans & Peel brings the 1920s back to life
Rupert Basham dines at Evans & Peel Detective Agency, 310c Earl's Court Road, Earl's Court, www.evanspeel.com
Holby star filming at Brentford pub this weekend
DRINKERS at a Brentford pub will be able to rub shoulders with a star of BBC Drama Holby City this weekend.
Archbishop of Canterbury helps open renovated Hammersmith church
THE OUTGOING Archbishop of Canterbury officially opened a new education project for youngsters and celebrated a multi-million pound renovation project at a Hammersmith church.
Former Ealing Studios man reflects on a life in TV
NEXT time you sit down to watch a film or television programme, you might want to spare a thought for the hard-working folk who spend long days and nights behind the camera.
Gatwick to Brighton in Under Forty Minutes
Brighton has been a popular resort for visitors for over 150 years.