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In his recent Ronnie Barker Memorial Lecture, the comedian and writer said social media and technology are killing traditional TV comedy. Not so.
Have you heard the one about the Victorian sense of humour?
For the British press, the car crash that killed the Diana rewrote the rules on reporting celebrity deaths.
New film has broken China's box office record while projecting soft power for Beijing.
From Obama to street protests, humour is being used to make some very serious points.
Almost total journalistic shutdown is worsening the UK prison crisis.
All men must die, so the young women have grown up to take control.
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After a doping ban, the famous sportswoman has been given an underserved break.
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The alt-right is trying to subvert America's history of opposition to fascism.
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Traditional humour is being pushed off UK screens in favour of 'edgy' comedy.
From shy young boy to international superstar, Elvis became an unstoppable force.
Was Elvis the 'king of cultural appropriation' or a tireless promoter of African-American music and culture?
Elvis's impressive vocal range and his technical ability made his voice an instrument that even opera singers have lined up to pay tribute to.