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BACK TO BASE
BBC Worldwide, BBC Studios and Post Production teams are all moving into the old Television Centre, as the Beeb leases it back from buyers.

VOICE OF YOOF
Collapsing audiences for Radio 1’s Newsbeat and BBC3’s 60 Seconds worry news chiefs.

MOVING ON
Louis Walsh announces his departure from the X Factor... again.

LEGAL NEWS
American evangelicals bite off more than they can chew by threatening Mumsnet.

AD NAUSEAM
Third ban this year for payday loans firm Wonga.

PLUS: DNA Samples & Dumb Britain.

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- Trial of the Century: Postscript: Rebekah Brooks withdraws her application for costs.
- Keeping the Lights On: Why the new Hinkley Point plant is wallet-bogglingly good news for EDF.
- Dead Reckoning: Sceptics v Psychics.
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Private Eye Issue 1376
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