I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on.
The Guardian says police have arrested a man concerning alleged assaults on children at a mosque after viewing a Channel 4 documentary screened on Monday. Dispatches secretly filmed a man apparently hitting and kicking children during Koran lessons at a school in Keighley, West Yorkshire. An Islamic school in Birmingham said it would close early for half-term, amid fears pupils could be the target of far-right groups. Channel 4 denied accusations that it "unfairly targeted" the Birmingham school.
The comedian Steve Coogan kept a "treasure trove" of information on a mobile phone which he alleges was targeted by a private investigator working for Rupert Murdoch's News International, a court heard yesterday. The Independent reports the 45-year-old actor is suing the paper and Glenn Mulcaire for alleged breach of confidence and privacy by listening to messages left on his phone. The News of the World and Mr Mulcaire say there is no evidence that hacking of Coogan's messages took place.
In the Telegraph Gillian Reynolds reviews Andy Gray and Richard Keys' return to broadcasting on TalkSport and discussions about Radio 4's future on the Today show and Feedback.
The "spoiler" is not a new problem - remember the classic Likely Lads episode when they spent all day avoiding the football scores? But, as I explain in my blog for the BBC College of Journalism, new media such as Twitter have given it a new dimension. This year's Baftas are a prime example.
The BBC's newspaper review says a damning report on the state of NHS care for the elderly is the lead story in several of the newspapers. The health service ombudsman found patients were left hungry, unwashed and with inadequate pain relief.
Links in full
• Guardian | Mosque school arrest following Channel 4 documentary
• Independent | Phone hackers targeted treasure trove of information, says Coogan
• Telegraph | The week in radio
• BBC | College of Journalism 'Look away now' - BAFTAs, spoilers and Twitter
• BBC | Newspaper review
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• Read Monday's Media Brief