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Tyrone's Auld Lammas Fair returns to Ardboe

The once popular Auld Lammas Fair at Ardboe on the western shores of Lough Neagh is set to make a return next month.
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Some of the BBC's top earners, from left to right, Chris Evans, Claudia Winkleman, Gary Lineker and Stephen Nolan.

POLL: Are BBC stars' salaries value for money?

The revelation of how much the BBC pays its top earners has split opinion right down the middle.

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What did you think of tonight's opening episode?

Game of Thrones: What did you think of tonight's new episode

It's the television series millions have been waiting for to return to our screens.
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British actress, Jodie Whittaker, will take up the reins as Dr. Who at Christmas.

POLL: New Dr. Who is a woman

The decision taken by the BBC to cast 35 year-old British actress, Jodie Whittaker, as the new Dr. Who has split fans down the middle.
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WINTER IS HERE: from top left, clockwise, Cersei Lannister, Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and the Night King.

Game of Thrones: 15 questions only super-fans can answer

To celebrate the return of Game of Thrones we have created this insanely difficult quiz.

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Fancy your chances on MasterChef?

BBC's call for budding NI MasterChefs

The BBC is on the lookout for the next amateur MasterChef champion.

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Students watching TV

Students urged to claim TV licence refund

As students pack up and move home for the summer, TV Licensing is reminding students they may be entitled to extra holiday spending money in the form of a refund.

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Blue Peter

Half of adults want Blue Peter back on BBC One

Half of adults want Blue Peter to be reinstated to its original format and screened on terrestrial television, a study has found.

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Take our Harry Potter quiz

Harry Potter anniversary quiz: 20 questions to test your knowledge

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the first book in J.K. Rowling’s phenomenally successful series.
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Scarlett Moffatt will present the new series of Streetmate

New series of Streetmate wants NI singletons to apply

The producers behind the new series of Streetmate are looking for applicants from across Northern Ireland to feature on the classic Channel 4 dating show.
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Kodi

Kodi add-ons shut down in a crackdown on illegal streaming

TV streaming service Kodi has closed two of its most popular streaming channels following a lawsuit from US satellite broadcaster Dish Network.

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Dress for the job you want (not the one you have)

Dress to impress: interview style advice for women

Although a catwalk-inspired outfit won’t necessarily be the sole reason you land your dream job, it’ll certainly make a great first impression.

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There are thousands of secret codes.

How to unlock 76,000 SECRET Netflix categories to find new films and TV shows

There are ‘secret’ Netflix codes to help you unlock niche categories – and there are reported to be more than 76,000 of these “micro-genres”.

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The new season will be on ITV.

NI contestants wanted for new series of Ninja Warrior UK

The makers of television programme, Ninja Warrior UK, are on the look out for anyone from Northern Ireland who wants to be a contestant on the show.

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Eileen McCausland from Dungannon and Cookstown CC right receiving her Print award from NIPA President Vittorio Silvestri

Local Camera Club joins celebration

On Saturday May 20 and Sunday May 21, local Camera Clubs, including members from the Dungannon and Cookstown Camera Club, will take part in one of the biggest ever amateur photographic events in the province when the Northern Ireland Photographic Association (NIPA) holds their 50th anniversary celebration weekend.

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Planet Earth II

TV Licensing reveals top moments “worth the licence fee”

The top TV moments from shows most valued by Licence Fee payers have been revealed by TV Licensing.
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A canal

TV licensing reminder for boat owners

With increasing numbers deciding to choose a life on water, TV Licensing is urging boat dwellers in Northern Ireland to ensure they are correctly licensed to watch TV.

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101 dalmations

Top 20 films we claim to have seen

Consider yourself a movie buff? Turns out four in ten of us claim to have watched a film they’ve never actually seen just to appear more cultured in front of friends.

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Pupils and staff strut their stuff

Paris, Milan, New York, London……none of these places put a patch on Ballygawley in terms of style and panache after it hosted the St. Ciaran’s College 50th anniversary Fashion Show.

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Entrance to the cinema

14 films to look forward to in 2017

From thrillers to comedies and superheroes, we have already been treated to some big releases this year.

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