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Fans will undoubtedly buy tickets, but let's hope it isn't a massive let-down

Can Daniel Radcliffe's return to the London stage in 'Cripple' allow him to shake off Harry Potter forever?

The time is coming - maybe sooner than you expect - when you look at Daniel Radcliffe and don't think "Harry Potter."

'The Daily Show' spoof reporter, John Oliver

Broadcasting: John Oliver - the Brummie who has the last laugh

Jon Stewart is taking a break from doling out biting political satire on The Daily Show for eight weeks this summer to direct his first film and will be lending his coveted seat to John Oliver. But who is the Brummie comedian who has just landed one of the hottest jobs in US TV comedy?

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AN Wilson on Wedgwood

John Walsh gives a summary of the talks at the Bath Literary festival

Welcome to Britain: Overseas visitors go shopping to the tune of £4.5bn in a year

Overseas tourists to the UK spend more than £4.5bn in Britain's shops each year, with "personal shopping" requests a growing trend for the worlds' super wealthy.

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Chatterers would have us believe the New Year Honours are archaic mumbo jumbo, but even adults need praise

Harry Potter shop to open on platform 9¾

Wand-er through the magical store from Saturday

Lestrange goings on? Harry Potter stars return to studios to film 'mini-movie'

A ninth Harry Potter “mini-movie” is being filmed according to reports suggesting that cast-members including Helena Bonham Carter (who plays death eater Bellatrix Lestrange) have been back in character filming scenes at the Potter studios in Hertfordshire.

“It is interesting to note that the shyness and reticence that previously overcame the Hon Member for Shipley have now been successfully overcome.”

In letting Clegg public disagree with Cameron, Speaker Bercow proved his reforming credentials

Our diarist on a day of drama for journalists covering the Leveson Report

Daniel Radcliffe: I'm happy when people use my real name

The millionaire actor is easily pleased - just don't confuse him with his Harry Potter alter ego

Page 3 Profile: Mikhail Bulgakov, Russian author

Mikhail who?

Rowling vows to write for children again

The best-selling author J K Rowling has vowed to continue writing and promised that her next published book would be for children.

How We Met: Rupert Grint and Matthew Lewis

'He gave me a bit of stick for the kissing scene with Emma, as he had a little thing with her'

JK Rowling answers questions from fans at the Southbank Centre in London last night

Not suitable for children: The dark side of JK Rowling

With the Potter days behind her, the author explains her obsession with killing characters

Bookshops open early to launch JK Rowling's The Casual Vacancy

Bookshops opened their doors early today for readers to get their hands on JK Rowling's first novel for adults.

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