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Roger Moore Reveals Frank Sinatra's Mafia Links Were Misrepresented, In Memoir 'Last Man Standing'

(1) Comments | Posted September 16, 2014 | 9:52 AM

Frank Sinatra’s supposed links with the Mafia have been very much exaggerated and misrepresented, according to his good friend Sir Roger Moore.

The former Bond star reveals in his latest memoir that, although Sinatra secretly enjoyed the idea that he had these connections...

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'The Riot Club's Douglas Booth On Real-Life Bullingdon Club Members: 'They Kill With Charm'

(0) Comments | Posted September 16, 2014 | 6:52 AM

Douglas Booth is a member of an elite club himself. One of Britain’s most in-demand young actors, plus his three-year turn as a model for Burberry, not known for its embrace of the man in the street, and this Bright Young Thing could be forgiven for forgetting how...

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'Cilla' Review - Sheridan Smith Reveals Grit, Charm And A Hell Of A Voice In Title Role

(38) Comments | Posted September 15, 2014 | 4:09 PM

SO much to enjoy in this vintage drama, with Jeff Pope's able pen bringing to life the formative years of Cilla Black, enjoying love, laughs and music in 1960s Liverpool.

Few critics will argue with Sheridan Smith's complete ownership of the title role. From...

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Scottish Independence: Alex Salmond Under Fire By Scottish Residents In Donald Trump Documentary 'A Dangerous Game'

(19) Comments | Posted September 15, 2014 | 6:30 AM

Alex Salmond may be taking on the might of the Union as he enters the final week of his historic campaign to separate Scotland from the rest of the British Isles but, for a group of his constituents, his treatment of them over the last eight years has...

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EXCLUSIVE: The Real People Behind 'Pride' - The Inspiring Alliance Of Miners And Lesbian And Gay Supporters Now On Film

(1) Comments | Posted September 12, 2014 | 11:22 AM

As cinema-goers laugh, cry and cheer in equal measure while they're watching 'Pride', in UK cinemas from today, they might think the story too far-fetched to be true.

But it is.


Dominic West hits the dance floor as actor-activist Jonathan Blake


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Julien Temple, Subject Of First Doc'n'Roll Festival, Remembers Joe Strummer And The Film He Made In Grief

(0) Comments | Posted September 12, 2014 | 10:00 AM

Filmmaker Julien Temple made his name with his extraordinary, intimate depictions of the Sex Pistols at work, but he admits that his documentary on his close friend Joe Strummer was the hardest thing he’s ever done.

Julien, whose work will be celebrated in...

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Is Gideon Raff's 'Tyrant' The Next 'Homeland'? Its British Lead Adam Rayner Is Hoping...

(0) Comments | Posted September 12, 2014 | 7:28 AM

Adam Rayner is the latest British actor to hope to walk in the footsteps of Damian Lewis - with the lead role in a US-funded primetime drama, from the pen of the same award-winning writer who brought us 'Homeland'.

Israeli writer Gideon Raff's...

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Richard Kiel Dead: The Distinctive James Bond Villain Told Us How He Got His Own Bond Girl For Jaws In 'Moonraker'

(2) Comments | Posted September 11, 2014 | 10:37 AM

It's strange to remember that Richard Kiel, who has died aged 74, actually only played Jaws in just two James Bond films - 'The Spy Who Loved Me' and 'Moonraker'.

That with just this pair of big screen outings, Jaws and his metal keyboard dental work made...

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'Sherlock' Star Andrew Scott On New Film 'Pride': 'It's Not A Gay Film, I Don't Act Gay'

(17) Comments | Posted September 11, 2014 | 9:44 AM

Andrew Scott seems to have cornered the market in dark-eyed intensity on the small screen, whether it’s as a brooding, bruised cop opposite Christopher Eccleston ('Blackout'), a son dealing with the sudden death of his parents (‘The Town’) or his slitheringly sexual Moriarty, matching...

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REVIEW: The Only History of Pop Music You'll Ever Have to Read

(0) Comments | Posted September 10, 2014 | 4:55 PM


I first heard the name Simon Napier-Bell mentioned at the Brit Awards in the 1980s, when George Michael accepted a gong, and thanked Simon for being such a persuasive manager of his then all-conquering duo Wham!

Then I discovered...

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'Great British Bake Off' Review: Episode 6 - Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry Disagree Over Who To Send Home, Hence...

(6) Comments | Posted September 10, 2014 | 3:04 PM

So, for the first time ever, 'Great British Bake Off' sent no one home, with judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry disagreeing over their decision of whether Richard or Kate should exit the tent.

Of course, with Diana Beard's premature exit before last week's episode, this...

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BBC News Chief Fran Unsworth Says Jon Snow's Emotional Video About Gaza Children Would Have Failed BBC Impartiality

(74) Comments | Posted September 9, 2014 | 10:45 AM

BBC News' deputy chief Fran Unsworth said today that she would not have considered Jon Snow's emotional video about the children of Gaza to be appropriate, had he been an employee of the BBC.

Jon Snow's video which he recorded following his return from Gaza...

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Scottish Independence: 'Yes' Vote National Directive Campaigner Admits: 'If This Was About Alex Salmond, We Would Lose'

(0) Comments | Posted September 9, 2014 | 9:48 AM

A tireless activist for the 'Yes' campaign in Scotland has admitted that if the vote were based on the appeal of Alex Salmond alone, they would lose.

Ross Colquhoun, the Director of one of the 'Yes' Campaign's most active groups, National Collective, said as much...

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Cliff Richard Raid Report Defended By BBC News' Fran Unsworth - 'Why Wouldn't We Report It?'

(47) Comments | Posted September 9, 2014 | 8:53 AM

One of the BBC's most senior figures has defended the Corporation's actions in reporting a police raid on the house of Cliff Richard, during an investigation into an historic sex claim against the singer.

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Cliff Richard has been investigated for an...

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Does Simon Cowell Like Piers Morgan? The 'Life Stories' Host Hints Not, Plus Why He Doesn't Mean To Make Guests Cry

(0) Comments | Posted September 5, 2014 | 1:20 PM

“I don’t set out to make people cry,” says Piers Morgan of the regular blub-fests that occur on his confessional series ‘Life Stories’, which starts again tonight with Alesha Dixon in the hot seat.

“It’s not surprise when they do, though,” he says happily, of...

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Piers Morgan Slams Critics Of His Visit To Andy Coulson In Jail - 'I Wouldn't Want To Be Their Friend'

(5) Comments | Posted September 5, 2014 | 12:35 PM

Piers Morgan has come out fighting in response to critics who questioned his visit to Andy Coulson in Belmarsh Prison.

“I find it surprising that they would be surprised,” Piers told HuffPostUK, referring to his critics.

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"What kind...

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'Our Zoo' BBC Drama Draws Complaints From Animal Defenders International About Treatment Of Wild Creatures

(7) Comments | Posted September 4, 2014 | 9:54 AM

The BBC's brand new drama 'Our Zoo' has been beset by the concerns of an animal welfare group that the creatures used in the show were supplied by a company they accuse of unethical behaviour.

Animal Defenders International (ADI) claim that Amazing Animals, who supplied...

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Richard Branson 'Helpless' As Son Sam Plucked Off Mountain In Alps Helicopter Rescue

(0) Comments | Posted September 4, 2014 | 6:48 AM

Sir Richard Branson is used to finding himself in the wars, having to be plucked off mountains, lifted out of the Ocean, scooped up out of air balloons.

But he was forced to watch, helpless, yesterday, as his son Sam had to be airlifted to...

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'Great British Bake Off' Review: After Last Week's Dramatics, This Week It All Went Pear-Shaped

(2) Comments | Posted September 3, 2014 | 5:38 PM

After the dramatics of last week, it was back to business as usual for the contestants in the Bake Off tent.

The pies and tarts party provided little by the way of controversy - Martha's cling film trick with the pasty was a Jedi trick to behold,...

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20 Years Ago Today... We Lost Roy Castle. We Remember The Record Breaker With One Of His Most Stunning Feats

(0) Comments | Posted September 2, 2014 | 12:38 PM

It was 20 years ago today that we lost Roy Castle, long-running host of BBC show 'Record Breakers' and one of the nation's best-loved entertainers.

We remember him today with a look back at one of his most popular ever record-breaking stunts, a 1977 routine that started...

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