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'I never accept lengthy film roles nowadays, because I am always so afraid I will die in the middle of shooting and cause such awful problems for everybody' - Sir John Gielgud, 90 next month . . . Vanessa Redgrave, Sir Ian McKellen, Alan Bates, David Threlfall will be reading and performing in Equity's Acting for Sarajevo at London's St James's Church tomorrow at 7.30pm (box-office: 071-437 5053) . . . Roy Hudd's radio show The News Huddlines enters its 36th series and 18th year on 31 March, a record as Britain's longest running comedy series recorded before a studio audience. See next Wednesday's pages for more details . . . Aids-related films on the way: Crisis in the Hot Zone, Virus and Arrested Condition . . .

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