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Topic - Cbc News: The Hour
Scottish actor Peter Capaldi is the next star of the long-running science fiction series "Doctor Who," the BBC announced Sunday.
The media are under fire, celebrities are under the microscope. Welcome to Britain in 2012 _ or in the 1950s, the setting for the BBC drama "The Hour."
Dominic West jumped up and down when he heard he was nominated for a Golden Globe.
Dominic West is no stranger to award ceremonies _ he's just not used to being nominated.
CNN celebrity interviewer Piers Morgan was an extremely hands-on tabloid editor who must have known that phone hacking was rife at his paper, a former employee claimed Wednesday, the Associated Press reports.