Stephen Fry"s show QI is on Australian TV so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent

Why folks Down Under are fed up with Fry: The TV presenter's show QI is on so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talentFormer senator tells Australian inquiry she wondered how viewers knew they were Down UnderHis quiz show has appeared on Australian Broadcasting Corporation so often, there are fears local talent is being killed off By Richard Shears PUBLISHED: 01:34 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 21:02 GMT, 4 February 2013 Too much Stephen Fry's quiz show QI appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent If you think there’s too much Stephen Fry on British TV, spare a thought for Australians. His quiz show QI has appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent. Former senator Margaret Reynolds told an Australian parliamentary inquiry into ABC’s content that Fry was on the channel in Tasmania so often she wondered how viewers would know they were actually in Australia.

Why folks Down Under are fed up with Stephen Fry: The TV presenter"s show QI is on so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent

Why folks Down Under are fed up with Fry: The TV presenter's show QI is on so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talentFormer senator tells Australian inquiry she wondered how viewers knew they were Down UnderHis quiz show has appeared on Australian Broadcasting Corporation so often, there are fears local talent is being killed off By Richard Shears PUBLISHED: 01:34 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:05 GMT, 4 February 2013 Too much Stephen Fry's quiz show QI appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent If you think there’s too much Stephen Fry on British TV, spare a thought for Australians. His quiz show QI has appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent. Former senator Margaret Reynolds told an Australian parliamentary inquiry into ABC’s content that Fry was on the channel in Tasmania so often she wondered how viewers would know they were actually in Australia

My great, gentle father: friend of popes, princes… and pop stars

My great, gentle father, friend of popes, princes… and pop stars: As ex-MoS writer William Rees-Mogg dies at 84, his MP son pays tribute | UPDATED: 02:35 GMT, 30 December 2012 David Cameron last night led the tributes to Fleet Street legend William Rees-Mogg, who has died at 84 after a short illness. Lord Rees-Mogg edited The Times from 1967 to 1981, earning fame for his ‘Who breaks a butterfly upon a wheel’ editorial condemning a jail term handed to Mick Jagger for drugs offences in 1967.

Prince Charles pays tributes to soldiers in special festive message to servicemen and women serving abroad

‘A very rare and precious letter’: Prince Charles reveals his longing for news from soldier son Harry in Christmas message for the troops The Prince of Wales paid tribute to servicemen and women serving abroadHe said the nation owes them an 'everlasting debt of gratitude'Prince Charles's Christmas message was broadcast to soldiers this morning | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 26 December 2012 Prince Charles has asked his son Harry to write more letters home from Camp Bastion in Afghanistan where he has been stationed since September. The Prince of Wales joked that replies to letters sent to Prince Harry on the frontline are 'rare and precious' in a Christmas radio broadcast to troops serving overseas. He encouraged all servicemen and women to write home over the festive period

Best dad ever? Father builds amazing spaceship under son"s loft bed as surprise for his fifth birthday

Best dad ever Father builds amazing spaceship under son's loft bed as surprise for his fifth birthday | UPDATED: 17:08 GMT, 24 December 2012 A father in Maine has set the standard for dads across the world by transforming his son's bed into a life-like spaceship for his fifth birthday using discarded parts from a broadcasting suite and clever lighting. Jeremiah Gorman, a teacher from Bangor and Reddit user, posted pictures of his engineering feat and the process by which he made the bed, winning admiration among other Redditors and fathers alike. Lofting the mattress, Mr Gorman created a full operation panel underneath using a master control board from a television dumpster and old electronic equipment belonging to friends

Afghan style: British troops release music video spoof of Korean hit filmed at Camp Bastion

‘Afghan style’: British troops release music video spoof of Korean hit filmed at Camp Bastion Soldiers from 21 Engineer Regiment have shot the latest spoof of Gangnam StyleThey hope that the video will raise money for the Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team | UPDATED: 18:40 GMT, 18 December 2012 It's been parodied by everyone from a gang of Filipino prisoners, a group of jump jockeys, and even Royalty. And a group of soldiers from 21 Engineer Regiment have shot the latest spoof of this year's surprise internet sensation Gangnam Style. The soldiers from 7 Headquarters and Support Squadron, say their 'Afghan Style' version, filmed at Camp Bastion, has a regional twist