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Doug Luke: Photographer recruited by Dick Lester to work on 'Help!' before joining Gerry Anderson on 'Thunderbirds'

Luke had his work cut out for him when it came to photographing a live alligator and Lady Penelope together

Harrison Ford has reportedly left hospital after his plane crash

Harrison Ford leaves hospital following emergency crash landing

Actor reportedly broke bones in his pelvis and ankle after his engine failed

Russell Brand has hailed the #OccupyMurdoch movement

Russell Brand lends weight to Occupy London protest against Rupert Murdoch

The Revolution author has been helping the movement “re-Brand” newsagents advertising The Sun, with banners instead reading The Trews

Peter Stringfellow has revealed he underwent surgery for cancer in 2008

Peter Stringfellow claims he is ‘alive because of a mistake’

The 74-year-old nightclub owner urges “everyone of a certain age” to get checked after he was diagnosed with cancer

Aidan Turner reveals the secret behind Poldark's appeal

The actor, who got upset when pictures of his pecs were published, says he 'wants to grow a beard and put on lots of weight' for his next role

Boyband star Brian Harvey is on benefits and on the verge of homelessness

East 17 bandmember Brian Harvey in 'very desperate situation’

Singer speaks out about his mental health problems, as MP calls on the music industry to take better care of artists

One Direction fans in South Africa

Zayn Malik's face removed from One Direction video montage

The band played for the first time since his departure in South Africa

Roger Moore and potential Bond star Idris Elba

Roger Moore denies racist James Bond comments about Idris Elba

The former Bond star says that his words were ‘lost in translation’

Noel Gallagher: I lost sh*tloads of money, a few million, didn’t tell my wife

The former Oasis bandmember lied to his wife about how much money he’d lost going solo

Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, the presenters of The Great Comic Relief Bake Off 2015

Paul Hollywood 'bribed' by his father to give up becoming an artist

The BBC bakery judge says he was lured away from art school and velvet jackets by £500

Chris Evans is the favourite to replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear

Jeremy Clarkson Top Gear exit: Chris Evans urges Richard Hammond and James May to continue

The favourite to take over the Top Gear job says "actually I wouldn't be very good at it"

Willie Nelson relaxing at his home in Texas

Cannabis country: Willie Nelson to sell own blend of marijuana

Nelson, who is 81, revealed plans to launch 'Willie's Reserve'

Dermot O'Leary is resigning from The X Factor

Dermot O'Leary steps down from presenting The X Factor

O'Leary has fronted the programme for almost a decade

Dressed for success: Mark Gatiss

Mark Gatiss on playing 'prince of darkness' Peter Mandelson in Channel 4's Coalition

Mark Gatiss co-created 'The League of Gentlemen' and 'Sherlock'. But has he now met his greatest challenge in the role of New Labour's 'prince of darkness'? No problem, he tells James Rampton, Mandeslon is just another version of Mycroft Holmes
Piers Morgan has penned an open letter to ex-Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.

Clarkson sacked: Piers Morgan writes open letter of advice to ex-Top Gear presenter

The former Mirror editor said Clarkson should have punched him in the face, not a producer

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