Dermot O'Leary quits The X Factor

I'd like to thank ITV, Simon, The X Factor family and particularly the viewers, all of whom have been a big part of my life for so long.

– Dermot O'Leary

Dermot O'Leary has tweeted to say that after eight years he will be leaving The X Factor.

On Twitter he said: I'd like to wish the team all the best for the future, especially whoever takes over from me."

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Hugh Bonneville bids farewell to Downton

We were amazed it went beyond Series 1

– Hugh Bonneville on the end of Downton

Hugh Bonneville joins us to chat about the release of Paddington on DVD and the phenomenon that is Downton Abbey - after it was announced that the sixth series will be its last yesterday.

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Paula Radcliffe's on the run!

Paula Radcliffe is urging women to get fit!

Paula Radcliffe has been announced as Great Run's ambassador for women's running 2015. She's joining forces with Britain's biggest running events series to encourage more women to take up running this year.

At the first Great North Run in 1981 only 11 percent of the field were women; now they make up 44 percent of the 240,000 people taking on a Great Run event each year.

In 2015 organisers have set the target of achieving an even 50/50 split of male/female runners across their 15 events in cities around the UK.

Paula joins us to tell us why more women should get involved and get fit.

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Cameron and Miliband's first TV grilling

David Cameron and Ed Miliband faced public questions for the first time in the run-up to the 2015 General Election on an interview and live Q&A show.

Who fared the best in the first of the televised TV grillings, and what were the key moments?

We're joined by Consultant Editor of the Daily Mail, Andrew Pierce, and the Mirror's Associate Editor, Kevin Maguire.

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Police search flat of French Alps co-pilot

Investigators are looking at the background of the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 Andreas Lubitz after it emerged that he appears to have crashed the Airbus A320 deliberately.

Overnight, police removed several items from Andreas Lubitz's flat in Dusseldorf. All 150 people on board the flight were killed when it went down in the Alps.

Nick Dixon goes on-board a similar plane to the one Andreas was co-piloting, plus we're joined by forensic psychologist Dr Mike Berry and Mike Vivian, former head of flight operations at the Civil Aviation Authority.

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