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2015/03/03 23:39
2015/03/03 23:39
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The novelist also revealed that after the “stress” of adapting his hit One Day for the big screen, he would never do it again. Us was Nicholls’ first book after his best-selling novel One Day, and he...
2015/03/03 23:39
2015/03/03 23:39
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2015/03/03 07:11
2015/03/03 07:11
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The video of the destruction of Assyrian antiquities in the Mosul Museum by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) members was shown by all major news outlets, and incensed the world. There was...
2015/03/02 13:07
2015/03/02 13:07
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SUSTAINABILITY MATTERS By Jason MacLean Thunder Bay Pop quiz: name the nine members of the Supreme Court of Canada. Take your time . . . Seriously? You can’t name the nine members of the...
2015/03/02 09:49
2015/03/02 09:49
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Why is Damian Lewis "perfect casting" as Henry VIII - and how similar is Claire Foy to Anne Boleyn? Find out in a Digital Spy exclusive clip that sees Foy talk her role in ambitious historical drama...
2015/03/02 07:42
2015/03/02 07:42
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Screw you, Mr President, for messing with my job. How so? Because he, Francis Underwood (Kevin Spacey), and it, House of Cards, are so damn good they’ve changed the way we watch TV. The entire third...
2015/02/28 14:42
2015/02/28 14:42
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The Underwoods were snarling at each other at 35,000 feet. “I should never have you made you ambassador,” said Frank. “I should never have made you president,” snapped back Claire. Clearly, Air Force...
2015/02/28 00:51
2015/02/28 00:51
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After that epic Brits recovery, Madonna deserves her superstar status more than ever And I’ll bet that as Madonna found herself tumbling backwards down a flight of stairs at the Brit Awards her first...
2015/02/27 11:51
2015/02/27 11:51
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Mark Rylance back on stage after Wolf Hall success He returns to his comfort zone on the stage in the sublime candlelit surroundings of The Globe’s Playhouse theatre in Farinelli And The King, as...
2015/02/26 19:13
2015/02/26 19:13
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The past has never been bigger on TV than it is today. From Norsemen invading England circa 800 in "Vikings" to Chinese immigrants heading to Orlando circa 1990 in "Fresh off the Boat," series set in...
2015/02/26 17:26
2015/02/26 17:26
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What is most extraordinary about the behaviour of Jack Straw and Malcolm Rifkind, former foreign secretaries who were trapped by undercover journalists into offering their expertise to a fictitious...
2015/02/26 13:23
2015/02/26 13:23
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Wolf Hall: Perfect in execution right until the bitter end Pat Stacey – 26 February 2015 12:37 PM REVENGE, as the old saying goes, is a dish best served cold. No chef has ever ladled it up with more...
2015/02/25 23:37
2015/02/25 23:37
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It's just the end of February and I'm willing to put down my Oscar sweepstakes winnings (£20 – thanks, Julianne Moore) that there won't be a better drama on British television than Peters Straughan...
2015/02/25 22:37
2015/02/25 22:37
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After six hours of Rolls Royce television, Wolf Hall has to come to its inevitable, bloody end. The final hour, the show’s and Anne Boleyn’s, saw the Queen unravel entirely as Thomas Cromwell (Mark...
2015/02/25 18:52
2015/02/25 18:52
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Onwer Dominic Binney admits Wolf Hall Manor is a "bit of a mess" The Tudors are long gone and instead of lavish events, the grounds instead play host to a trampoline and a wonky basketball hoop. The...
2015/02/25 12:18
2015/02/25 12:18
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As the sensational BBC adaptation of Hilary Mantel�s Wolf Hall comes to a triumphant end tonight (sob!) there are only two words on everyone�s (and when we say everyone, we mean the entire Marie...
2015/02/25 11:01
2015/02/25 11:01
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Have we told you lately how much we love the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, the beeswax-candle-lit trinket-box theatre that Shakespeare’s Globe carved out of its own foyer a year ago? It’s like you’re Queen...
2015/02/25 10:13
2015/02/25 10:13
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Luckily, many of the key Wolf Hall players will be treading the boards across London this spring. You’ll be able to experience Damian Lewis’s husky repartee and Mark Rylance’s brooding looks in the...
2015/02/24 21:07
2015/02/24 21:07
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LONDON - A rare first edition of William Shakespeare's plays is to go on display in the Bard's spiritual home, just a few hundred yards (meters) from where it was printed in 1623. Shakespeare's Globe...
2015/02/24 16:22
2015/02/24 16:22
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Fancy a holiday in an Oscar-winner's French villa? Just £9,000-a-week will get you stunning six-bedroom farmhouse with pool and tennis court where Eddie Redmayne spent his summers Childhood holiday...
2015/02/22 23:10
2015/02/22 23:10
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February is the dullest month, if luckily the shortest too. Christmas and New Year parties and festivities are long gone and while winter drags on we also seem to have moved too quickly into the year...
2015/03/03 23:39
2015/03/03 23:39
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