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Tara Fitzgerald: 'Actors always approach Shakespeare differently. God, it’s daunting'

I've played a number of buttoned-up British women There is something in our national characteristic that is naturally repressed, and I do find that fascinating. Why do we repress so much? I suppose I must feel it myself, deep down.

Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly flanking 'Strictly' winners Flavia Cacace and Louis Smith

Louis strikes gold at last in 'Strictly' final

It was a marathon of glitz, glamour, and double entendres – but the dancing was brilliant

All boys together: Ian Mucklejohn with sons (L to R) Lars, Ian and Piers

Good things come in threes

Ian Mucklejohn is the single father of triplets born to a surrogate. He tells Nick Duerden why he's glad he's going it alone

Killed off: Sofie Grabol has played Detective Inspector Lund for the three series of the Danish drama

End of the trail for Sarah Lund and The Killing

After just three series, the cult Danish drama is quitting while it's ahead

Exhibition: Chance to relive some of your favourite children's illustrations

The old favourites that are now a big draw

EastEnder is crowned Queen of the Jungle

After three long, trial-filled weeks, Charlie Brooks wins I'm a Celebrity

Rosie by Simon Bremner

Face time: Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize gives exquisite collection of images a new lease of life

The portraits were entered for one of the world’s most illustrious photographic competitions

Eno says: 'People dismiss ambient music as easy listening, as if it should be hard to listen to. That's a very 20th-century, art-world idea, that art has to be somehow disruptive'

Brian Eno: 'It's simply not my temperament to look back'

In a rare interview, Brian Eno tells Nick Duerden why it pays to be precise, and why that long-awaited Roxy Music reunion tour is never going to happen.

Eno says: 'People dismiss ambient music as easy listening, as if it should be hard to listen to. That's a very 20th-century, art-world idea, that art has to be somehow disruptive'

Brian Eno: 'It's simply not my temperament to look back'

In a rare interview, Brian Eno tells Nick Duerden why it pays to be precise, and why that long-awaited Roxy Music reunion tour is never going to happen.

Harry Shearer is an American actor, humorist, writer, voice artist, musician, author, radio host and filmmaker

Harry Shearer: 'Stand-up is not my medium: I don't like entertaining drunks'

The star tells Nick Duerden how 'The Simpsons' changed his life − but not quite enough

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