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The acclaimed sculptor leads the honours for the arts and entertainment world

Beckham’s dreams of becoming a ‘Sir David’ – and the resultant headlines about ‘Britain’s other royal family’ – were all but dashed when the New Year Honours List was finally revealed

Do not arise, Sir Beckham: David misses out on knighthood as Katherine Jenkins appears among the 2014 New Year Honours List surprises

The former England football captain and Olympic ambassador was nowhere to be seen, but the opera singer, DJ Pete Tong and the Queen's gynaecologist were

Katherine Jenkins performs at Epsom in June 2012

Katherine Jenkins: 'I'm hooked on Downton Abbey and Homeland'

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'The Store' will offer the chance to buy products sponsored by television presenters including Melanie Sykes

ITV brand to launch 24-hour shopping channel

Consumer products firm JML is to launch a new round-the-clock shopping station in partnership with ITV

The Muppets make anything funny, even celebrity stunts

TV review: That Puppet Game Show - Need a ratings boost? Call in the Muppets!

The game show format is spectacularly revived with the help of some colourful old friends ...

Vernon Kay and Dougie Colon

BBC1 to launch new Muppet Show for Saturday nights presented by a puppet modelled on Vernon Kay

That Puppet Game Show, hosted by Dougie Colon, will feature a range of new characters designed by the Jim Henson Company

This is what the UK's perfect woman looks like according to results of a bizarre survey conducted by supermarket Morrisons.

Is this your ideal woman? She has Katherine Jenkins's hair and Samantha Cameron's nose...

This is the face of Britain's ideal woman, according to a bizarre new survey.

Anthony Hilton: Celebrating tradition

Arbuthnot Latham, one of the City’s oldest still independent banks, was founded by a Mr Arbuthnot and a Mr Latham in 1833 to trade and subsequently to finance trade with India.

Jessica Hynes - The 'totally amazeballs' actress who won the Olympics

In Twenty Twelve, Jessica Hynes added another unforgettable character to her roster. So what's next? She talks to Gerard Gilbert

My Secret Life: Greg Rutherford, 25, Athlete

'I pride myself on my cakes'

Graham Coxon

Fantasy Band: Graham Coxon, Blur

'Mitch Mitchell wasn't the most accurate drummer ever, but he had that swing...'

Popular classics: Mexican singer Rolando Villazón

Rolando Villazón - Why variety is the spice of life for this top tenor

Opera star Rolando Villazón is relishing his royal turn on TV, he tells Jessica Duchen

Ex-soldier James Blunt in war of words with RAF

Top brass angered by claims of military incompetence after singer's morale-boosting trip to front-line troops is thwarted

Slimming gurus go to court after celebrity diet is branded fantasy

Two leading French dieticians will slug it out in court tomorrow for the title of lightweight champion of the world.

Sarah Sands: The selling is down to a fine art – but how fine is the art?

The Tiger Mother Amy Chua relentlessly harnessed her daughters to the piano and the violin and willed them into top-rank concert halls, but she may have been a little soft with them. There is no record of her squeezing them into bodices and trying to turn them blonde.

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