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Your activity Email subscriptions Account details Linked services. Monkey goes to the British Press Awards. The place was packed to the rafters, with more than hacks on plus tables.

Organisers Press Gazette must have been pleased as punch - two years ago the event was in crisis as Associated Newspapers, the Telegraph group and Express Newspapers boycotted the awards when the trade title was under previous owners Matthew Freud and Piers Morgan.

And the icing on the cake was surely a rare public appearance by Associated editor-in-chief Paul Dacre, who collected his Press Gazette special award. You could almost feel the love in the room. Monkey goes to the RTS programme awards. Lorraine Heggessey , the chief executive of TalkbackThames, did something of a Holly Willoughby at the Royal Television Society programme awards last night, wowing the bash in a daring purple dress with a particularly plunging neckline.

Guests struggled to concentrate on what the former controller of BBC1 was saying as she introduced the lifetime achievement award and the judges' award. Sir David Attenborough apparently won one of them but Monkey didn't hear. Monkey goes to the RTS journalism awards. Unprecedented levels of civility broke out in the ballroom of London's Park Lane Hilton as barely anyone booed for the first hour or so of proceedings.

Worst behaved, astoundingly, were the presenters, but in a year when million-pound transfers have become commonplace, perhaps this was to be expected. First up was Julie Etchingham, host for the night, who introduced Jeremy Paxman's award for interviewer of the year with a quite unnecessary reference to his pants. Monkey goes to the Oxford Media Convention. What a difference a year makes.

Last year's wind-blown Oxford Media Convention marked the beginning of Channel 4's annus horribilis. Monkey fans will remember the sight of a polo-shirted, tired-looking Andy Duncan fielding questions about racism in Celebrity Big Brother.

This year Andy, above, was sporting a smart suit and pinstripe shirt and on much better form. The biggest laugh of the day came after he introduced himself saying, "It's a pleasure to be back here in Oxford. I had such a good time last year. Monkey goes to Roger Alton's leaving do. A night of high emotion for Observer staff at departing editor Roger Alton 's leaving bash at The Larder - and on the pavement outside, where the smokers gathered - in St John Street near the paper's Farringdon office yesterday.

It was like attending a giant family party. In keeping with his obsession with The Archers, which spilled over into the occasional leader column, Alton was presented with a signed copy of last night's script of the Radio 4 soap, and a mocked-up eight page version of the paper, devoted to celebrating and lampooning his quirky originality and eccentricity. Monkey goes to the Sheffield Documentary Festival.

Before the interview began, the former Carlton programmes supremo asked delegates at Sheffield's City Hall to all take out their mobile phones which should have course been switched off , turn them on and type in "Peter Dale" on predictive text - as well as the word "Angus" for some reason. Monkey goes to the MTV Europe awards. MTV pulled out all the stops with its Europe Music Awards in Munich last night, flying in hundreds of guests from across the world.

As well as the lavish main ceremony, featuring acts such as Mika and My Chemical Romance, the broadcaster also hosted a huge after party in an old aircraft hanger on a disused military airstrip. This featured a giant helter-skelter and a tequila bar, where enthusiastic staff could be seen pouring the liquid down revellers' throats.

Organisers were sure to give at least one nod to the Bavarian host city, providing free bratwurst at the end of the night for hungry guests. Monkey goes to the RAB conference. Much fun and games at today's Radio Advertising Bureau's conference Radio 3. Monkey goes to the Today and C4 parties. It was double birthday celebration time, with the Today programme's 50th and Channel 4's 25th to choose from.

Today's bash, at the Royal Festival Hall's Skylon restaurant, had the swankier venue and better view.

The great, the good and people with huge, throbbing opinions were out in force, as you'd expect. Biggest surprise of the night - even the BBC axe-wielder general, Mark Thompson, dared show his face. Monkey goes to the Telegraph Six's leaving do. Daily Telegraph journalists massed to say farewell to not one but six departing staff who, no doubt pleasing their bosses obsessed with website and print integration, integrated their farewell parties into one giant leaving do at the City Golf Club near the journalists' parish church of St Bride's.

Monkey goes to the RTS Cambridge convention The bitching seems to have spread at the RTS Cambridge convention. And Dyke once again: We all remember him don't we?

Monkey goes to the Heroes launch night. It was a very glamorous and impressive affair As Monkey's exclusive picture of the Hollywood superstars' departure shows, the mode of transport smacked more of old primary school swimming trips than the "Heroes World Tour" it was billed as.

But NBC has promised that the tour will be carbon neutral, so a bunch of bananas to them for that. The glamorous tabloid favourite Hayden Pannettiere who plays Claire is the one in the red dress, by the way.

Monkey goes to the Edinburgh TV festival Unfortunately she was not allowed in, Monkey hears, because of a clerical error. Her "plus one" was not down and she was most definitely not coming in, despite having previously done the same job for Five.

The mood was best described as "frosty". Monkey goes to the Spectator summer party The Spectator's first summer party at its new Westminster home since leaving Doughty Street late last year, and it seemed everyone wanted to check out the grand new premises including prime minister Gordon Brown, who walked over from Downing Street.

Monkey goes to Nick Elliott's retirement party. Even Alan Yentob turned up. But half an hour before the party started. Nick's chum Melvyn Bragg gave the main speech. After paying tribute to Nick's modesty, loyalty, "his bullshit detector", glittering career and "marathon lunches" - usually at The Ivy - Bragg revealed another attribute: During a rip-roaring speech, Melvyn stumbled over his words only once.

Monkey goes to the Baftas It was just the sound of Channel 4 executives changing channels as the station won just two awards. Channel 4 started the evening with more nominations than any other channel - 20 - and ended up winning the same number of awards as Sky One. If you know of a particularly funny video on YouTube, now might be the time to send it to Kevin Lygo. Monkey goes to the Shaftas The greatest flyers of Fleet Street were in attendance at a packed Shafta awards ceremony.

After a slap-up supper thanks to the almost-invisible sponsors Vodafone, and the screening of most of the Chelsea v Liverpool game, master of ceremonies Johnny Vaughan took to the stage, quoting Sean Hoare's wise words: Monkey goes to the Sonys What do you call an awards ceremony that lasts longer than the Oscars? Monkey goes to the Sun's caravan holiday. North Yorkshire had never seen the like of it. Top Sun hacks and execs converged on Primrose Valley caravan park for a weekend of brainstorming and ballroom hoofing.

Monkey goes to the British Press Awards The host for the evening, Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow, did a fine job railroading hacks from the mezzanine bar to the auditorium at the start of the evening, but of course there were stragglers.

Two of the last were none other than Times editor Robert Thomson and Daily Telegraph editor Will Lewis, deep in conversation - sharing thoughts on podcasting, no doubt. Monkey goes to the Barnado's showbiz quiz.

Still, at least the corporation's number crunchers can save a bit of extra cash by putting extension of the BBC News trophy cabinet on hold. It was a fact not lost on reporter Fergal Keane, who took to the stage to collect an award on behalf of cameraman Darren Conway. Monkey goes to C4's party.

Crisply dressed executives, some choice wit from host Rory Bremner and the shadow of Celebrity Big Brother loomed large at C4's start-of-year party. Monkey goes to the darts. Monkey goes to the British Comedy Awards To the British Comedy Awards, where the spectre of Michael Grade hung heavy over the event, even more than the giant screen which beamed in the face of Ricky Gervais live from the US.

Ant and Dec, who broke their duck for the night with the people's choice award, said he was a "legend". We are at ITV for another year, who knows after that? Quick, Mike, get the cheque book out! Monkey goes to Andrew Pierce's leaving party. The highest of praise from his old and new editors, the bitchiest Fleet Street leaving speech ever and a kiss from Les Hinton. Yes, it was Andrew "I ain't coming back" Pierce's leaving party from the Times.

Monkey goes to the National TV Awards Monkey goes to the Cracker launch. So how long exactly has Edward "Fitz" Fitzgerald, the criminal psychologist played by Robbie Coltrane, been away from our screens and sunning his hefty self in Australia?

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