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Christmas Day 2013 was all about the battle for the other most worthy yuletide delivery: the alternative Christmas message.

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German audiences must have more stamina. Stuttgart Ballet’s Made in Germany presents 13 works created for the company, including seven UK premieres. The dancers are strong and individual, but the evening becomes a slog – so many excerpts, so much whimsy, so many dancers in their pants.

Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams, JLS and Jake Bugg are competing for the 1000th number one UK album this week

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Lady Gaga's Artpop topples Eminem to take number one album

The US pop star has achieved her third number one album in the UK

Andy Kaufman officially died in 1984 but his brother insists he's alive

Andy Kaufman is 'alive' claims his brother

His brother said he had received a letter from the comedian in 1999

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Jermain Defoe scores Tottenham’s first goal at White Hart Lane

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There was some hope at Tottenham Hotspur tonight that they would not pay too much of a price for their comfortable Europa League 3-0 win over Tromso.

Cliff Richard is on his 47th studio collection and has released 35 compilations, 11 live albums and seven soundtracks

Cliffhanger! The countdown to a century of covers by Sir Cliff Richard

The Elvis-style quiff no longer defies gravity but the leather jacket and dangerously unbuttoned T-shirt declare that, with the release of his landmark 100th album, 72-year-old Sir Cliff Richard is still ready to rock.

Sir Cliff Richard is to release his hundredth album at age 72

Sir Cliff Richard to release landmark 100th album 'The Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll Songbook'

The "Summer Holiday" singer, 72, pays tribute to Elvis and Chuck Berry on his new LP

English writer Nancy Mitford

If you’re having a life crisis, just ask yourself ‘what would the Mitfords do?’

The six daughters of Lord and Lady Redesdale – Nancy, Pamela, Diana, Unity, Jessica and Deborah – were the most talked-about British family of the inter-war years.

Jean Shrimpton, 1963

'Icons' exhibition shows a Proud history of popular culture

An exhibition featuring some of the 20th-century’s most iconic figures in music, film and fashion opens at a London gallery on Thursday.

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