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Sony X9000A 4K TV: a more home-sized Ultra High Definition TV

David Phelan goggles at Sony's box

Comedy duo admitted to hallowed halls of British Museum

The Gentlemen of Leisure are first comedy act allowed to perform a tour at the London-based museum

Tara Fitzgerald: 'Actors always approach Shakespeare differently. God, it’s daunting'

I've played a number of buttoned-up British women There is something in our national characteristic that is naturally repressed, and I do find that fascinating. Why do we repress so much? I suppose I must feel it myself, deep down.

Five-Minute Memoir: Andrew Kaufman recalls the day a friendship went wrong

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Explosive material was found at the Greenwich Village home Morgan Gliedman shared with her boyfriend

Doctor's daughter, nine months pregnant, is terrorist suspect

Morgan Gliedman lives in Manhattan's fashionable Greenwich Village and is nine-months pregnant with a child by her Harvard-educated partner. Few would have thought the 27-year-old daughter of a respected doctor could be an aspiring terrorist.

Hasan Karkardi, left, and Omran Ikbari, sought refuge in Britain because of fear of state persecution

2012 heroes 'dead' to Iran – but alive in High Barnet

Tom Peck meets the two boxers who were meant to fight for Olympic gold, but instead had to flee to London from a regime determined to persecute them

Up in the air: the rooftop pool

Room service: Feel at home in buzzy Bangkok

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Scrabble: In Malaysia players compete for a top prize worth $10,000

Scrabble player thrown out of US national championship tournament for cheating

A Scrabble player has been thrown out of the US national championship tournament after being caught hiding blank letter tiles.

Album: John Cage, The Works for Percussion (2 Mode)

It's boom time for Cage fans – barely a month goes by without another album confirming his status as surely the most underrated composer of the 20th century.

Giant TVs 'bring families together'

Giant TV screens have helped to bring families back together in the living room, new research suggests.

Angry Birds Trilogy flying home to roost this winter

Activision has announced further details on the Angry Birds home console and 3DS compilation.

Diane Arbus, a lookalike and a day at Madame Tussauds

In 1969 the American photographer Diane Arbus took some rare photos of the British Royal Family. Or rather not of the real thing, but of waxwork versions of them. The pictures, taken when Arbus visited Madame Tussauds after hours, will go on show in London for the first time next week.

How design experts furnish their home

Charlotte and Peter Fiell, leading authorities on 20th and 21st century design, have put their London house up for sale

Man stabbed with his own samurai sword after trying to scare off intruders

A man who tried to scare off intruders by waving a samurai sword was stabbed with his own weapon.

Brimstone and Treacle, The Arcola, London

Dennis Potter thought his twisted miracle story Brimstone and Treacle his best play.

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