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Welsh actor Roger Rees dies aged 71

Welsh actor Roger Rees dies aged 71

Roger Rees (left) played Sherlock Holmes in a 1988 BBC instrumentation of The Hound of a Baskervilles Welsh actor Roger Rees, star of Cheers and The West Wing, has died aged 71. Mr Rees, who was innate in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, won Tony and Olivier awards in 1982 for his pretension purpose in a The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. ...

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Ford in initial coming given crash

Ford in initial coming given crash

US actor Harrison Ford has done his initial open coming given he was harmed in a craft pile-up in March. The 72-year-old took to a theatre on a Star Wars row during a San Diego Comic-Con in front of thousands of fans. “I’m fine,” Ford reportedly said. “I walked here so how bad can it be?” Ford, who suffered a ...

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Harper Lee ‘planned some-more novels’

Author Harper Lee had skeleton to write a fibre of novels after To Kill A Mockingbird, according to a minute she wrote before a book was published. In a letter, sent dual years before To Kill A Mockingbird came out in 1960, she listed 6 ideas that she suspicion would occupy her for a subsequent 15 years. But she has ...

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Film star Omar Sharif dies aged 83

Actor Omar Sharif, best famous for his roles in classical films Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago, has died aged 83. Egypt-born Sharif won dual Golden Globe awards and an Oscar assignment for his purpose as Sherif Ali in David Lean’s 1962 epic Lawrence of Arabia. He won a serve Golden Globe 3 years after for Doctor Zhivago. Earlier this ...

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Sherlock special streamer for cinemas

Sherlock special streamer for cinemas

Creator Steven Moffat pronounced a special will be a standalone episode A special one-off partial of a strike BBC play Sherlock will be shown in comparison cinemas around a world, co-creator Steven Moffat has announced. Speaking during Comic-Con in San Diego, he told thousands of fans of a TV uncover a story, set in Victorian England, would also be seen ...

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Leopold Blue wins children’s book prize

Leopold Blue wins children’s book prize

South African author Rosie Rowell has usually had her second novel published Leopold Blue, a coming-of-age story set in South Africa, has won a 2015 Branford Boase Award for an superb entrance children’s novel. Author Rosie Rowell and her editor Emily Thomas were named a winners during a rite during Walker Books in London. The judges pronounced a book was ...

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Richter art gets choral soundtrack

Richter art gets choral soundtrack

Arvo Part (left) and Gerhard Richter met by a Manchester International Festival Painter Gerhard Richter and composer Arvo Part, dual titans of European culture, have assimilated army to move art and song together for a special muster in Manchester. Richter, widely regarded as a world’s biggest vital artist, has denounced 8 paintings dedicated to Part. And Part has stoical a ...

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Israeli jailed over Madonna hack

Israeli jailed over Madonna hack

Madonna pronounced a penetrate was ‘a deeply harmful and hurtful experience’ An Israeli male has been jailed for 14 months in Tel Aviv for hacking a computers of singers including Madonna. Adi Lederman, 39, was arrested in Jan after an review assisted by a FBI. Under a defence bargain, Mr Lederman confessed to mechanism trespassing, transgression of remoteness and skill ...

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