Are autistic children and dementia sufferers suitable subjects for Louis Theroux? As the presenter moves away from celebrities, he answers Simon Usborne’s questions on privacy, BBC pay - and Jennifer Aniston
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As the BBC recreates the pairing of Bailey and The Shrimp, Mike Higgins recalls meetings that defined the decade
There's a price to pay for his happy childhood, and his characters foot the bill. Jonathan Romney meets Hollywood's master of discomfort
Ben Walsh previews the best reasons to swap the sunscreen for the big screen this summer
Adam Sandler plays a plastic surgeon who, for some stupid reason, tells his unfeasibly attractive new girlfriend that he has an ex-wife, and then, for some other stupid reason, persuades his assistant, Jennifer Aniston, to pretend to be said ex.
Jennifer Aniston's beloved dog Norman has died.
Cinema chains could refuse to show major films in a showdown with two leading studios over home viewing.
On the Thompson scion's fifth album we get heartfelt ingratiation plus heartfelt ingratiation's chief ancilliary, charming melody, buoyed by the slightly weightless mobility of Teddy's awfully sweet voice.
Arctic Monkeys reportedly turned down a six figure sum to play at a neighbourhood garden party.
Jennifer Aniston thinks she is responsible for the "ugliest haircut ever".
Doesn't Jennifer Aniston ever get tired of playing Rachel from Friends?
Roach takes a sledgehammer to crack some harmless nuts
Forbes have released their annual list of Hollywood's most bankable stars, with some surprises in a list which includes Sarah Jessica Parker and Johnny Depp.
This column's preferred soft-rock crooner, John Mayer, was upset to read the esteemed online organ The Huffington Post hinting he'd reunited with ex-girlfriend Jennifer Aniston last week.
Her latest film is yet another flop. Even so, she's doing well compared to her former co-stars, reports Guy Adams in Los Angeles