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DAGGERS DRAWN
Turf war between BBC young pretenders as Tony Hall hangs onto his job a bit longer.

GETTY GETS MORE
International images company gains a near monopoly on news clips as ITN follows BBC Motion Gallery in licensing its archive.

ITV SNOOKERED
New snooker pundit Stephen Hendry goes off message in dismissing the Champion of Champions tournament.

CLIFF TOP
The BBC’s sudden love of Cliff Richard’s tunes even extends to the jukebox of the Old Vic.

AD NAUSEAM
Lego’s pledge not to advertise with the Daily Mail costs the company nothing and is a huge PR win.

GENDER QUESTIONING
Students unhappy at use of quotas to challenge the “male-dominated landscape” of University Challenge.

PLUS: Dumb Britain, Desperate Business, Gogglebollox, Malgorithms & more.

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