Taylor Swift and Jaime Oliver in ‘Bake It Off’ for Stand Up to Cancer, Channel 4.

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Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Noel Gallagher (Oasis) are an unlikely amusing trio for the Stand Up to Cancer Googlebox Special on Channel 4.

The Tower of London Remembers - Blood Swept Land & Seas of Red. You still have until the 11th November 2014 to see this ceramic poppy site that marks the centenary of the 1st World War. You can buy a poppy for £25.

The Tower of London Remembers - Blood Swept Land & Seas of Red. You still have until the 11th November 2014 to see this ceramic poppy site that marks the centenary of the 1st World War. You can buy a poppy for £25.

Catchup on the new second series of the gangster drama, Peaky Blinders, on iplayer. Watch every Thursdays on telly @ 9pm on BBC2.

Edita gives Anja a honk.

Just a last minute smooth in.

Just a last minute smooth in.

Tuva Novotny.

Tuva Novotny.

Hello, the beautiful Joanne Clifton (Strictly Professional).

Hello, the beautiful Joanne Clifton (Strictly Professional).

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PEAKY BLINDERS Series 2 Airs tomorrow, Thursday 2nd October 2014 on BBC2 @ 9pm. Cast stars Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory, Tom Hardy, Noah Taylor, Joe Cole, Charlotte Riley and Sophie Rundle.

'The 1920s begin to roar, business is booming for the Peaky Blinders gang. Shelby starts to expand his legal and illegal operations. He has his sights set firmly on wider horizons, and the race tracks of the South are calling out for new management. Shelby’s meteoric rise brings him into contact with both the upper echelons of society and astonishing new adversaries from London’s criminal enterprises.’

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'Drama, The Missing is a gripping story of a husband and wife who lose their son while on holiday in France. The parents, played by James Nesbitt and Frances O’Connor, are the distraught parents whose relationship is placed under strain by the horrific ordeal. There will be obvious and awkward parallels to the Madeleine McCann case.’

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"[I would] "like to think" [of the crime thriller, The Fall, as a feminist piece]. Obviously there were people who thought [it was] the diametric opposite of that,.. but there were plenty of people who did understand what I was trying to achieve - it is a dissection of a certain kind of male view… an exploration of misogyny. I think anything that sets out to explore a complex and difficult subject like that always runs the risk of being held up as an example of it, rather than a critique of it.

If you think that The Fall is misogynistic… then I would’ve failed abjectly, completely. My feeling is that people who think about it probably haven’t given it the closest reading. It might be a knee-jerk reaction to something that depicts violence against women. Nothing that I’ve ever done has been written with the sum notion of degrading or demeaning women.”

Allan Cubitt

She’s so sweet looking.