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Jacqueline Bisset is Britain's first actress to triumph at the Golden Globes in a night which is expected to be dominated by British success.

Usain Bolt claims he devoured 1,000 Chicken McNuggets a day during the Beijing Olympics

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Robert de Niro, photographed by Andy Gotts

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Photographer Andy Gotts has travelled for two years tracking down the stars

British director Steve McQueen

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The series will follow black Britons from the Sixties to the present day

Robert Downey Jr in Iron Man 3 won favourite action movie star at the People's Choice Awards 2014

People's Choice Awards 2014: the winners list in full

Sandra Bullock, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake take home trophies

Vivis: at Radio 3 his was a refuge from the BBC's internal politics

Anthony Vivis: Translator who brought the fruits of postwar German literature, especially that from the East, to Britain

Anthony Vivis was a leading contributor to the introduction of postwar German dramatic literature to Britain. He was, in particular, a champion of East German writers – indeed he alone is largely responsible for our knowledge of them in this country.

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Poor old Olivia Colman doesn't have much luck with on-screen husbands, does she? In Peep Show, she was lumbered with drippy Mark, the less said about her Broadchurch spouse the better, and in The 7.39, on BBC1 last night, Colman played the unsuspecting "her indoors" of cheating commuter Carl (David Morrissey).

Matt Butler: Tons of fun with a true colossus outweigh the claims of pub games

View from the Sofa: World’s Strongest Man, Channel 5/ PDC World Darts, Sky Sports 1

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Lord Fellowes reveals that ITV drama may not carry on beyond a fifth series

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Ayelet Zurer and Yair Lotan take the lead roles in the Israeli television thriller 'Hostages.

Hostages: The new Israeli thriller that promises to steal Homeland's thunder

The US version of the drama has been bought by Channel 4 and will go head-to-head with the Israeli original on BBC4 on Saturday nights

Sherlock series three: Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes

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Last Tango in Halifax renewed for a third series

Sally Wainwright's hit BBC drama about Celia and Alan will be back in late 2014

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The Independent's TV critic selects this year's best of the box

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