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  • TEN's TV picks for today, Thursday October 1

    01 Oct The final episode of Crumlin (10.15pm, RTÉ One), while Dany Baker's Cradle to Grave (9.00pm, BBC Two) continues and the film of the day (by several million light years) is Under The Skin on Film4 at 10.45pm

  • Exiting Bake Off contestant felt "inexperienced"

    30 Sep Spoiler alert! The contestant exiting the Great British Bake Off's semi-final has said they often felt inexperienced on the show.

  • Caitlyn Jenner not charged following fatal crash

    30 Sep Former Olympian and reality television star Caitlyn Jenner will not be charged in connection with a fatal car crash that took place in Malibu earlier this year.

  • The end is near for The Simpsons

    30 Sep Showrunner Al Jean has suggested that The Simpsons will end its marathon run on TV with its 30th season.

  • McGregor's Notorious to be shown around the world

    30 Sep RTÉ2's hit series The Notorious, which documents Conor McGregor's meteoric rise as a UFC fighter has been sold to countries around the world including Australia, the Netherlands and Scandinavia.

  • Cowell won't rule out Walsh's return to X Factor

    30 Sep X Factor boss Simon Cowell has admitted he would not rule out the return of Louis Walsh to the talent show.

  • TV Highlights for Wednesday, September 30

    30 Sep Champions League Live has live coverage of Manchester United V Wolfsburg plus highlights of Borussia Moenchengladbach V Manchester City. The sixth and final series of Downton Abbey continues and Sky 1 has a new comedy drama, You, Me and the Apocalypse.

  • O'Donnell to dance the Charleston on Strictly

    29 Sep Daniel O'Donnell will take on the Charleston to Let's Misbehave by Cole Porter with his professional partner Kristina Rihanoff on this Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing.

  • Keith Richards documentary now on Netflix

    30 Sep Under the Influence, Morgan Neville's new documentary following Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards as he records Crosseyed Heart, his first solo album in 23 years, is now available on Netflix.

  • On the Box - Weekly TV Preview

    24 Sep There's a new Sunday night drama on RTÉ One, Ray D'Arcy's back on the box, while Rob Lowe stars in a nutty apocalyptic dramedy. Going out is so overrated . . .

  • On the Box - Weekly TV Review

    28 Sep This week John Byrne's spotlight is on Ray D'Arcy's return to TV, Graham Norton's gab-fest, and some telly-watching in suburban Britain.

  • McDonaghs star relieved to see family at wedding

    29 Sep Tonight's season finale of Meet The McDonaghs is emotional for the family with Kelly giving birth to her second son while her younger sister, Antoinette, gets married in England.

  • Big Bang Theory cast supporting Cuoco after split

    29 Sep Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik has said her co-star Kaley Cuoco is doing "amazing" after filing for divorce from her husband of almost two years Ryan Sweeting.

  • Mulder asks Scully for help in new X Files trailer

    29 Sep A new two-part teaser for the eagerly-awaited X Files revival sees Mulder (David Duchovny) reaching out to Scully (Gillian Anderson) for support with his own investigation.

  • New Connors on Coronation Street

    29 Sep Coronation Street have released an official family portrait of the Connors family featuring Weatherfield's latest residents including actors Richard Hawley and Faye Brookes.

  • The BBC responds to Tom Jones sacking

    29 Sep BBC One head honcho Charlotte More has rejected claims that Tom Jones was treated badly when he was axed from The Voice. She also revealed that the next Doctor Who could be a woman and commented on Strictly Come Dancing's rivalry with The X Factor.

  • Twin Peaks' Log Lady Catherine Coulson dies at 71

    29 Sep Actress Catherine Coulson, who is best known for playing the Log Lady on Twin Peaks, has passed away aged 71.

  • D'Arcy Show draws in almost half a million viewers

    28 Sep The Ray D'Arcy Show got off to a flying start on Saturday night with an average audience of 468,000 viewers.

  • Cumberbatch eyeing EastEnders cameo

    28 Sep Benedict Cumberbatch may pay a visit to Albert Square according to EastEnders executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins, who has revealed his old school friend has agreed to appear on the soap if his schedule allows.

  • Swipe TV beats gunging record as they launch app

    29 Sep Swipe TV has beaten the world's gunging record with presenters Simon Mulcahy and Claire O'Reilly gunging 70 children - as well as Ray D'Arcy, Nuala Carey and Blathnaid Treacy - in three minutes, on the same day they launched their new app.