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Loyd Grossman took a Through the Keyhole-style tour of the now-public Buckingham Palace and described the state bedrooms as 'a mixture between a tandoori curry house and an over-the-top Hollywood film set from the 1920s'; Mel Smith won a Hollywood contract to direct Radioland Murders, a Universal film; a Torquay hotelier talked of how she saved a young boy by giving him the kiss of life which she'd learnt from watching Casualty; Children in Need, the television charity event to be held in November, is to go out in 3-D (glasses et al); Beverly Hills 90210 will see the children further their education at university, where Jason Priestley pairs up with a Hollywood producer's daughter.

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