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  • 'Allo 'Allo! ( BBC comedy television series )
  • A New Hope ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • A mighty maze of mystic magic rays ( lyric of song used at the opening of television )
  • A new broom sweeps clean
  • A newspaper, not a snoozepaper ( Mail on Sunday advertising slogan )
  • Absolutely Fabulous ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Ads work harder in the new Granada ( Granada advertising slogan )
  • All human life is there ( News Of The World advertising slogan )
  • All the news that's fit to print ( New York Times advertising slogan )
  • And that's the way it is ( A catchphrase from Walter Cronkite )
  • Are You Being Served? ( BBC comedy television series )
  • As bright as a new pin
  • As busy as a one armed paper hanger
  • As good as new
  • As neat as a new pin
  • At sixty miles an hour the loudest noise in the new Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock ( Rolls Royce advertising slogan )
  • Baby needs new shoes
  • Bad news
  • Bad news travels fast
  • Bad paper
  • Be the first to know ( CNN advertising slogan )
  • Bearer of bad news
  • Better than new
  • Birds of a Feather ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Bison City ( Nickname of Buffalo New York )
  • Blow by blow account
  • Border Town ( Nickname of Rye New York )
  • Brand new ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Brand new ballgame ( A baseball expression meaning when a team that has been behind ties up the game )
  • Brand new dawn
  • Brand new day
  • Brand spanking new ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Brave New World ( Aldous Huxley book )
  • Break new ground
  • Break the news
  • Breaking news
  • Breaking story
  • Breathe new life into
  • Bringing it home to me ( Prime Television advertising slogan )
  • Call to account
  • Central Park ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • Chilling account
  • Citizen Smith ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Couldn't act his way out of a paper bag
  • Current events
  • Dad's Army ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Dawn of a new day
  • Desperate Housewives ( 2004 comedy drama television series )
  • Do you want the good news or the bad news?
  • Doctor, doctor, give me the news, I've got a bad case of loving you ( Robert Palmer song lyric )
  • Dog bites man
  • Don't believe everything that's written in the newspapers
  • Don't put new wine into old bottles
  • Drop the Dead Donkey ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Duncan the Wonder Horse ( Nickname of TV news anchor Tom Brokaw )
  • Elm City ( Nickname of New Haven Connecticut )
  • Enjoy the Show ( E! Entertainment Television advertising slogan )
  • Extra, extra, read all about it
  • Fair and Balanced ( FOX News advertising slogan )
  • Father Ted ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Faulty Towers ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Fear the worst
  • First footing ( making a round of visits at New Year )
  • Fourth estate
  • Get wind of
  • Give a good account of yourself
  • Glued to the television
  • Gotham City ( Nickname of New York )
  • Grey is new black
  • Hancock's Half Hour ( BBC comedy radio and television series )
  • Happy New Year
  • Harry spankers ( colloquial version of 'brand spanking new' )
  • Hate watch ( viewing a television programme in order to mock it )
  • Have I got news for you
  • Hazy information
  • He went to bed and bound his head with vinegar and brown paper ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Hit the headlines
  • Hold the front page
  • I love New York
  • I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing ( The New Seekers song )
  • In the news
  • Inside information
  • It Ain't Half Hot Mum ( BBC comedy television series )
  • It sounds alright on paper
  • Klunk! Klick, every trip ( UK Public Information Film advertising slogan )
  • Kodak City ( Nickname of Rochester New York )
  • Letters to the editor
  • Liberal media
  • Light the blue touch paper and retire
  • Little New York ( Nickname of Carmelo Anthony )
  • Man bites dog
  • Media circus
  • Media frenzy
  • Men Behaving Badly ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Mine of information
  • Mission Impossible ( Tom Cruise movie and television series title )
  • Mixed media
  • Nearly new
  • New Deal ( Franklin Roosevelt's social and economic reform )
  • New Economy
  • New York minute
  • New York's finest
  • New age travellers
  • New arrival ( colloquial term for a newborn baby )
  • New blood
  • New doors opened ( Mercury advertising slogan )
  • New fangled
  • New kid on the block
  • New lease on life
  • New money
  • New start
  • New wine in old bottles
  • New wrinkle
  • New year's resolution
  • News for nerds, stuff that matters ( Slashdot advertising slogan )
  • News from the front
  • News management
  • No news is good news
  • Not worth the paper it's printed on
  • On paper
  • On the Buses ( BBC comedy television series )
  • One Foot In The Grave ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Open All Hours ( Ronnie Barker television comedy series )
  • Open your account
  • Out with the old in with the new
  • Papa's Got A Brand New Bag ( James Brown song )
  • Paper Doll ( Mills Brothers song )
  • Paper millionaire
  • Paper over the cracks
  • Paper profit
  • Paper the house
  • Paper thin
  • Paper tiger
  • Paper trail
  • Participatory media
  • Pastures new
  • Phoenix Nights ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Play it again, Sam ( New York State Lottery advertising slogan )
  • Press pass ( a priority ticket giving access to events to the media )
  • Put pen to paper
  • Reach new heights
  • Read my lips, no new taxes ( Political slogan )
  • Reality television
  • Red Dwarf ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Ring out the old and ring in the new
  • Rumour has it
  • Seesaw Margery Daw Johnny shall have a new master ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Sensitive information
  • Snapshot City ( Nickname of Rochester New York )
  • Social media
  • Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
  • Splashed across the front page
  • Spread a rumour
  • Spread the word
  • Steptoe and Son ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Surf report
  • Take account of
  • Tech savvy ( proficient with new technologies )
  • Tell me the worst doctor
  • That's a new one on me
  • That's the news and I'm outta here ( A catchphrase from Dennis Miller In Saturday Night Live )
  • The All Blacks ( Nickname of the New Zealand Rugby Union team )
  • The Armpit Of New Jersey ( Nickname of Newark New Jersey )
  • The Army Game ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Brittas Empire ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Brooklyn Bridge ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Charlie Chaplin of Television ( Nickname of comedian Alan Young )
  • The Chrysler Building ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The City That Never Sleeps ( Nickname of New York )
  • The Cradle Of Aviation ( Nickname of Hammondsport New York )
  • The Dream Factory ( film or television studio where idealised concepts are manufactured - especially Hollywood )
  • The Edinburgh Of The South ( Nickname of Dunedin New Zealand )
  • The Empire State ( Nickname of the US state of New York )
  • The Empire State Building ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The First Lady of Television ( Nickname of Faye Emerson )
  • The Flying Squad ( Nickname of the Specialist Crime Directorate, New Scotland Yard )
  • The Foreigner State ( Nickname of the US state of New Jersey )
  • The Garden State ( Nickname of the US state of New Jersey )
  • The Gong ( Nickname of Wollongong New South Wales )
  • The Granite State ( Nickname of the US state of New Hampshire )
  • The Heart Of The New West ( Nickname of Calgary Alberta )
  • The Information Superhighway
  • The King of Late Night Television ( Nickname of Jack Paar )
  • The League of Gentlemen ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Likely Lads ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Liver Birds ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Marcel Marceau of Television ( Nickname of Red Skelton )
  • The New Statesman ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The New York Of The South ( Nickname of Atlanta Georgia )
  • The New York of the South ( Nickname of Galveston Texas )
  • The North Of Bombay Hill ( Nickname of Auckland New Zealand )
  • The Only Way Is Essex ( British reality television series )
  • The Rag Trade ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Rockefeller Centre ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Royle Family ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Statue of Liberty ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • The Vicar of Dibley ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Young Ones ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The company you keep ( New York Life advertising slogan )
  • The emperor's new clothes
  • The last I heard
  • The most trusted name in news ( CNN advertising slogan )
  • The new black
  • The shock of the new
  • There's nothing new under the sun
  • Think once, think twice, think bike ( UK Public Information Film advertising slogan )
  • Till Death Us Do Part ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Times Square ( tourist attraction in New York USA )
  • To the Manor Born ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Too much information
  • Toxic paper
  • Trial by television
  • Turn over a new leaf
  • Under new management
  • Up Pompeii ( BBC comedy television series )
  • We report, you decide ( FOX News advertising slogan )
  • We're the one ( Sky Television advertising slogan )
  • What a scoop
  • What's New Pussycat? ( Peter Sellers movie )
  • What's new?
  • What's the good word?
  • What's the skinny?
  • Whole new ball game
  • Yes Minister ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Yesterday's news
  • You can't teach an old dog new tricks
  • You give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world ( WINS Radio, New York advertising slogan )
  • You heard it here first

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