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Jay Z dedicates song to Nelson Mandela in LA

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Manhunt, Sky Atlantic - TV review

Are you a Homeland fan? If so, firstly, my condolences, and secondly I hope you caught HBO documentary Manhunt, which had its UK TV premiere on Sky Atlantic last night. Many of the elements would have been familiar: female CIA agents chastised for their "over-emotional" attitude to work, a post 9/11 culture of blame and some unconvincing attempts to justify the use of torture. But Manhunt, unlike Homeland, was also a compelling watch in which any plot holes were the legitimate result of state secrecy.

Miley Cyrus will step onto British shores when she brings her Bangerz tour to the UK next year

Miley Cyrus announces UK arena tour in 2014

The 'Wrecking Ball' singer will show Britain how to twerk in May next year

Thousands turned out to pay their respects to the late Fast & Furious star Paul Walker during a special public memorial and car rally in Los Angeles over the weekend

Paul Walker: Fans hold memorial and car rally for Fast & Furious actor

Thousands turned out to pay their respects to the late Fast & Furious star

Babe Didrikson Zaharias excelled in athletics, basketball and golf

Sporting heroes: All-rounder Babe Didrikson Zaharias was one of the greatest

Mildred Didrikson, born in Texas in 1911, claimed to have been given the nickname “Babe” after legendary baseball star Babe Ruth when she hit five home runs as a child. At a time when women were not expected to excel athletically, Babe’s natural talent was immediately evident.

Sheriff's deputies work near the wreckage of the Porsche

Paul Walker: Two arrested for stealing from Fast & Furious star car crash wreckage

Witnesses claim parts of Porsche Carrera GT were stolen as the car was being towed away after crash that killed 40-year-old

The final still from a tribute video released by Walker's co-stars

Paul Walker: Fast and Furious cast release video tribute to late star

The YouTube film features clips from a number of the actor's movies

A photo of actor Paul Walker among flowers and candles left by fans at the site of the car accident in which the 'Fast and Furious' actor and driver Roger Rodas died in Santa Clarita, California

In pictures: Fans, friends and fellow stars pay tribute to US actor Paul Walker

The neighborhood where 'Fast & Furious' star Walker died in the one-car crash is known to attract street racers, according to law enforcement officials. Walker and his friend and fellow fast-car enthusiast Roger Rodas died when the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT they were traveling in smashed into a light pole and tree.

The Professionals star Lewis Collins has died aged 67

Lewis Collins: The Professionals' Bodie dies at 67 after five-year cancer struggle

The actor died surrounded by his family at home in Los Angeles

Katy Perry performed in a satin kimono with Geisha girls for back-up dancers

American Music Awards 2013: Katy Perry accused of racism after dressing as geisha

The pop star shocked the audience with her Japanese-themed performance

Disney Miller at the opening of the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles

Diane Disney Miller: Daughter of Walt Disney who spent much of her life tirelessly preserving the film mogul's legacy

Diane Disney Miller was the daughter of Walt Disney and one of his inspirations for Disneyland. "He'd take me and my sister to the merry-go-round at Griffith Park and stand there all day until we were ready to go," she recalled. "As he stood there, he kept thinking there should be more for parents and children to do together, and the idea for Disneyland was born."

Matt Butler: Context is everything when the All Blacks come dancing your way

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Postcard from... Venice Beach

Until recently, Venice Beach was known as a scruffy, bohemian spot: inhabited by creatives, hippies and the homeless and disproportionately afflicted by crime and gang violence.

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