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Postcard from... Berlin

Berlin likes to boast that it is one of the hippest cities in Europe, but some parts of the once divided German capital still seem like somewhere on the Moon.

Pussy Riot member Maria Alekhina during the hearing of her appeal

Member of Pussy Riot refused parole in Russia

Plight of the band has drawn international attention

Justin Timberlake performs at the Brits

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A matter of mere weeks after Justin Timberlake was reportedly banging on about his enviably simpatico relationship with longtime producer Timbaland, it seems he's found himself a brand new recording buddy.

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And the beet goes on: The year is still young enough to sow the UK's favourite seed

Suttons Seeds has just issued its official top five bestseller list for the season so far, and it goes like this: at number five is its pack of peppery wild rocket. At number four, an old favourite: "White Lisbon" spring onion. At number three, a recently launched mix of tasty, fast-growing lettuce varieties: "Speedy Veg Leaf Salad Mix". At number two, the sweet-flavoured, unchewy carrot "Nantes". And stillthere after months in that coveted number one position – a bit like "(Everything I Do) I Do it for You" by Bryan Adams – is Beetroot "Boltardy".

Bryan Adams to receive Hollywood star

Bryan Adams is to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Bangladesh hosts Cricket World Cup opening ceremony

Bangladeshis cast aside their usual docile and reserved image today and proudly displayed their sporting passion at the gala opening ceremony of the Cricket World Cup later in the capital.

A Concert for Killing Cancer, HMV Apollo, London

Rock gods are better than all right

Album: Maroon 5, Hands All Over (A&M)

The studio anchor of Maroon 5's third album is super-producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange, who apparently approached the band, rather than the other way round, before inflicting upon them the same process to which he subjected Def Leppard, Bryan Adams and AC/DC: basically, strip away everything, get them to write better songs, and start from scratch.

Coldplay bows to irresistible force of 'Glee'

It is one of the more unlikely cultural synergies of recent times: Glee and Coldplay, together at last. After months of denial, lead singer Chris Martin has finally given in to allowing the hit US show access to the band's back catalogue.

She sailed the world – now Ellen MacArthur is doing her bit to save it

Ellen MacArthur learned about self-sufficiency at sea. Now she’s applying the same principles on dry land by building her own eco-friendly house

Meet the beach tribes: A who's who of the British at play on their annual seaside holidays

Are you an Adonis in Speedos or a Frustrated Foodie? John Walsh presents a satirical who's who of the British at play beside the seaside

Party Of The Week: Stars lend an ear to Bryan Adams' Hear the World appeal

The rock star and photographer Bryan Adams was in high spirits at a cocktail party on Tuesday night at London's Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea.

Pandora: Finger-pointing as BNP squares up to the GLA

Disappointing news, now, for those readers only too delighted at the thought of a BNP member in the dock: you might just have to wait a little longer.

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David Abraham: Big ideas for the small screen

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