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Jonny Wilkinson, Martin Johnson, Clive Woodward Remember Rugby World Cup 2003 In 'Building Jerusalem' Documentary

(0) Comments | Posted 29 July 2015 | (16:11)

Summer 2003, and after six weeks of competition, England were in the rugby world cup final against reigning champions, Australia.

After eighty minutes, the two teams were inseparable, and the game dragged into extra time. The ball was sent spiralling back to Jonny Wilkinson, the...

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Julianne Moore And Ellen Page Star As Passionate Couple In First 'Freeheld' Trailer - Another Oscar For Julianne?

(0) Comments | Posted 29 July 2015 | (15:20)

Come Awards Season, and Julianne Moore might just be adding another golden statuette to her mantelpiece with her performance in 'Freeheld', bringing to screen the real-life story of Laurel Hester and her partner Stacie Andree.

Julianne stars as Laurel Hester, a decorated New Jersey police...

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'The Man Called Monkhouse': Star Simon Cartwright Remembers How Bob Monkhouse Always Promised Him A Gig

(3) Comments | Posted 28 July 2015 | (15:44)

Before his death, Bob Monkhouse said of Simon Cartwright, “You do me better than I do.”

Now the impressionist who best caught Bob will star at Edinburgh Festival in the role he was born to play, that of 'The Man Called Monkhouse’.

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Mary Wilson Of The Supremes And Her Fight To Protect Artists Having Their Names Stolen - 'It's Just Theft, Like Any Burglary'

(0) Comments | Posted 28 July 2015 | (13:47)

Did you know that if you’re in the audience of a band with a famous name, and there’s not one member in the group who recorded the original music, you’re allowed to ask for your money back?

Mary Wilson of the Supremes has been a...

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Sam Smith Reveals Anger At Artists Who Mime, Saying 'The Music Industry Is Not Catered To People That Properly Sing'

(0) Comments | Posted 28 July 2015 | (10:57)

Sam Smith has revealed his anger at other artists who mime during their concerts, complaining that the music industry is not catered towards live performers like him.

The multi Grammy-winning singer, who has successfully broken the US and Australian markets as well as his home-spun success, tells...

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Katie Hopkins Tells Michael Buerk The Solution To An Overcrowded Nation Is 'Euthanasia Vans... With A Nice Little Tune'

(23) Comments | Posted 28 July 2015 | (10:25)

Katie Hopkins has a simple solution to the problem of overcrowding in this country - "Euthanasia vans... perfectly charming."

The pantomime pundit tells Michael Buerk in this week's Radio Times, "We just have far too many old people. It's ridiculous to be living in a country...

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'Life In Squares' Star Rupert Penry-Jones Believes Bloomsbury Group Set The Bar For 'Following Your Dream, Doing What You Believe Is Right'

(1) Comments | Posted 27 July 2015 | (16:29)

‘Life in Squares’ star Rupert Penry-Jones is convinced the message of the bohemian Bloomsbury Set is more relevant than ever.

The BBC three-part drama starts tonight, and charts the fortunes of the social and creative group built around sisters Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf, in the leafy...

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'All Creatures Great And Small' Classic BBC Drama 'To Get HBO Reboot In Glossier, Sexier Style'

(3) Comments | Posted 27 July 2015 | (15:01)

Classic BBC rural vet drama 'All Creatures Great and Small' could be set for a big-budget return to the screen - in the hands of contemporary TV hitmakers, HBO - the production behemoth behind global hit 'Game of Thrones'.

A 'US TV source' has indicated to...

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Bobbi Kristina Brown Dead: A Look Back At The Life Of Drama And Tragedy Of Whitney Houston's Only Child

(0) Comments | Posted 27 July 2015 | (08:52)

Bobbi Kristina Brown's life had been one of unimaginable fame and glamour, but also misery and tragedy, ever since the day she was born to two incredibly talented but highly unpredictable R&B superstars.

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'Partners In Crime' Review: Jessica Raine, David Walliams As Tuppence And Tommy In Agatha Christie Crime Drama

(18) Comments | Posted 26 July 2015 | (21:04)

The lighting is glorious, the production values are beyond high, hats sit at a jaunty angle and the tea cups are all perfectly tinkly… so why does this much-hyped Agatha Christie adaptation 'Partners in Crime' feel so misplaced on a Sunday evening, with a lightness, okay I mean...

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'The Legacy Series 2' Trailer: Danish Family Saga Full Of Flawed Characters And Surprisingly Moving Encounters

(0) Comments | Posted 24 July 2015 | (16:11)

When we spoke last year to the star of 'The Legacy', a radiant Trine Dyrholm, for Series 1, she pronounced absolute surprise that anyone had tuned in, let alone in such large numbers, to watch a very ordinary Danish family fall out and then make up...

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'Southpaw' Review - Jake Gyllenhaal Is Mesmerising As Boxer Billy Hope, But His Real Power Is Outside The Ring

(0) Comments | Posted 24 July 2015 | (15:25)

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In case you hadn’t heard (in between details of his jaw-dropping workout preparations and his trips to Greggs for baguettes), Jake Gyllenhaal stars in ‘Southpaw’, a contemporary but classic tale of riches to rags to possible redemption for boxer...

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Greggs Finds An A-List Fan In 'Southpaw' Star Jake Gyllenhaal, Who Admits Their £1.99 Baguettes Are His Favourite

(0) Comments | Posted 24 July 2015 | (10:53)

There's no such thing as bad publicity, but sometimes there's the kind of publicity a marketing man can only dream of, and that's what happened this morning to Greggs.

The high-street Baker has received glowing praise from a proper bona-fide A-lister with actor Jake Gyllenhaal...

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Greggs Finds An A-List Fan In 'Southpaw' Star Jake Gyllenhaal, Who Admits Their £1.99 Baguettes Are His Favourite

(4) Comments | Posted 24 July 2015 | (10:53)

There's no such thing as bad publicity, but sometimes there's the kind of publicity a marketing man can only dream of, and that's what happened this morning to Greggs.

The high-street Baker has received glowing praise from a proper bona-fide A-lister with actor Jake Gyllenhaal...

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'Married At First Sight' Review: Couple Split After Groom Joins Tinder, But Did The Rest Live Happy Ever After?

(2) Comments | Posted 23 July 2015 | (23:30)

'Married at First Sight' signed off with a whole load of stuff packed into its final episode - as four people woke up with a complete stranger, that they'd married the day before.

No, not a Cameron Diaz rom-com, but the result of an experiment to see if couples...

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Amy Schumer Makes Her Unhappiness Clear During Interview With Australian Radio Station KIIS FM

(5) Comments | Posted 23 July 2015 | (22:46)

Amy Schumer can take many things in her stride, but even she was left less than bemused by an Australian radio presenter's reference to her "skanky" role in her upcoming comedy 'Trainwreck'.

It was all going very well, with Melbourne's KIIS FM presenter Jane Hall complimenting Amy...

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We Don't Need Any More 'Sex And The City' Clones, Says Cynthia Nixon, One Of Show's Original Stars

(0) Comments | Posted 23 July 2015 | (18:38)

The reason all the 'Sex and the City' clones have failed is that the show's lessons have been learnt, according to one of the TV show's original stars, Cynthia Nixon.

She tells the Guardian: "We don’t need another Sex and the City because...

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WISE WORDS: Jodie Kidd Pours Cold Water On 'Top Gear' Rumours, Plus How She FINALLY Switches Off

(0) Comments | Posted 23 July 2015 | (11:32)

In the latest in our WISE WORDS interview series - where stars from a whole range of fields share the important life lessons they've learned along the way - we’re posing some of the big questions to former model turned TV presenter and all-round daredevil Jodie...

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'Witnesses' Episode 1 Review - Spooky And Unsettling French Noir

(1) Comments | Posted 22 July 2015 | (22:32)

Yes, I know we're all waiting impatiently for the third series of 'The Bridge' but, in the meantime, there could be a lot less stimulating fare than 'Witnesses', France's recent contribution to the European Crime Noir table.

This time we were off to Le Tréport, on the north-western coast...

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'The Banksy Job' Film Asks, Where Did One Of Banksy's Most Prized Artworks Really Go?

(1) Comments | Posted 22 July 2015 | (17:43)

In March 2004, a ten-foot statue was erected in central London. It was called ‘The Drinker’ and based on Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’, except with a traffic cone placed on its head. The only giveaway to its creator – a stencil on the plinth that said ‘Banksy’.

And...

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