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Paul Hollywood and his wife Alexandra have a son

Great British Bake Off star Paul Hollywood: Egomania and TV fame was recipe that killed my marriage

Baker reveals his sadness at separation as new series hits screens

Simon Cowell has been placed joint first with Howard Stern on Forbes' top ten highest-paid TV personalities

X Factor mogul Simon Cowell admits to being triskaidekaphobic

Superstitious Simon Cowell has revealed he is obsessed with the number 13.

Dougie Colon - Host

Indyplus exclusive interview: That Puppet Game Show's Dougie Colon

Q&A with That Puppet Games Show host Dougie Colon (pronounced Cologne)

Dougie Colon - Host

Q&A with That Puppet Games Show host Dougie Colon (pronounced Cologne)

How did you get the presenting gig on the show?

The Sexual Assault Services Centre in San Bernardino County, California

Thieves return computers after realising they had burgled a charity

The burglars struck at the offices of the Sexual Assault Services Centre in southern California

My life in travel: Ben Cohen, former professional rugby player

'Mauritius ticks all the boxes for me'

Original Munchkin actress Margaret Pellegrini who has died at the age of 89.

One of last surviving Munchkin actors from The Wizard of Oz dies aged 89

One of the last surviving Munchkins from the original 1939 classic film The Wizard of Oz, Margaret Pellegrini, has died at the age of 89.

Look before you ‘like’: Using smartphones on the move can seriously damage your health

Phubbing can be phatal: Staying glued to your smartphone in public isn't just rude, it can also get you killed

It turns out that staying glued to your smartphone in public isn't just rude, it can also get you killed. For the first time in decades, the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported a rise in the number of American pedestrians killed in traffic accidents – from 4,109 in 2009 to 4,432 in 2011 – and the nation's Secretary of Transportation has attributed that rise to what he called "distracted walking".

Venice Beach crash: Driver arrested after ploughing into crowd and killing woman on honeymoon

Flowers have been placed on the spot where a driver ploughed into a crowd gathered the Venice Beach boardwalk in a seemingly intentional hit-and-run, killing one woman and injuring 11 others.

Studio balcony overlooking the beach

Stay the Night: Venice Suites, California

A 1920s building where Marilyn Monroe once lived provides Kirsty Hathaway with a prime spot for Venice people-watching

Review: The Illusion of Separateness, By Simon van Booy

Beauty lies buried under brutal history

Cristiano Ronaldo acknowledges the fans as Real Madrid play LA Galaxy

Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema on target for Real Madrid in match against LA Galaxy

The sides were playing in a International Champions Cup quarter-final match

Eileen Brennan's character famously makes Goldie Hawn clean the toilet with her toothbrush in 1980 film Private Benjamin.

Private Benjamin star Eileen Brennan dies of bladder cancer

The actress best known for her Oscar-nominated role as Goldie Hawn’s tormentor in 1980 comedy Private Benjamin has died aged 80.

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Michael Jackson pictured in 1983 and Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in 1988: Previously unreleased duets between the two music icons are set to surface

Set for release: The Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury duets from 30 years ago

Three previously unheard duets by music legends Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury recorded in 1983 are set for release in two months' time.

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Diego Costa biography: Chelsea striker's route to the top - from those who shared his journey

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Turkey's conflict with Kurdish guerrillas in Iraq can benefit Isis in Syria

Turkey's conflict with Kurdish guerrillas in Iraq can benefit Isis in Syria

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Singapore's hidden secret of domestic worker abuse

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