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"A suave, modest, sophisticated, talented, modest, debonair, modest and charming individual" - Mocking self-description by ex-Bond actor Sir Roger Moore.

Sleeping around: What is it about weddings?

'I immediately introduced myself to a very fit man who I assumed was the stripper'

My Zinc Bed, BBC2<br/>Mutual Friends, BBC1<br/>The Last Word Monologues, BBC1<br/>Super Botox Me, Channel 4

A fine adaptation of a David Hare play only serves to expose the poor quality of scripts produced especially for the small screen

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The TV presenter and stylist Nicky Hambleton-Jones is a stern task mistress who&rsquo;s feeding our obsession with looking younger than we really are. So, what would she make of our very own Deborah Ross?

Ask Martha: Some of my friends will be appalled if I have Botox injections. How do I handle this?

Got a social dilemma? Martha Arthur has the answer...

Another use for Botox &ndash; it stops you sweating

Noticed that the person next to you is not sweating? Perhaps they have poison in their armpits.

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The arrival on our screens of Harley Street, a drama set in the world of private medicine, seems like some sort of watershed. But what sort? Is it evidence of the growing acceptability of private medicine, that popular faith in publicly funded medicine is no longer a given? Or is it simply that TV has been so saturated with NHS-based medical dramas that private is the only route left?

Cosmetic surgery: Definitely, maybe

As the shame goes out of having surgery, practioners say men are embracing cosmetic procedures in ever-increasing numbers. Rachel Shields reports

Beauty... batteries included

The calm of the dressing table is soon to be disturbed by a new generation of gadgets, says Rachel Shields

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'I'm not tough, I'm a delicate flower'

Botox: The brain pain

'Frozen face' might not be the only hazard &ndash; now tests show toxins can spread to the grey matter

Johann Hari: Botox is destroying Hollywood stars' ability to act

For a decade now, Hollywood acting has been slowly, steadily poisoned by a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum. This week, I was watching the hypnotically horrible new Coen brothers movie, No Country For Old Men, and I couldn't shake off the sense there was something different, something thrilling and vivid, about the performances of all the lead actors: Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin. It was only after half an hour of awe that I realised what it was. They can all move their faces.

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