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Jerry Seinfeld

Seinfeld cast reunion: Jerry Seinfeld hints 'secret project' will air 'very, very soon'

The comedian said the 'secret project' does involve characters from the sitcom

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity

Oscar-nominated Neil Corbould on supervising Gravity's special effects

Clooney and Bullock's real bodies were not shown in space, Corbould reveals

Welsh poet Dylan Thomas

Shelved Dylan Thomas screenplay to air on BBC Radio 3

'The Beach of Falesa' was shelved in mysterious circumstances in the Forties

George Clooney on Sandra Bullock: ‘Sandy drinks so much that oftentimes it's just hard to keep her upright’

'It's tricky cause Sandy drinks so much that oftentimes it's just hard to keep her upright,' he told Reddit readers during a live AMA

Olivia Colman did not let a US Broadchurch snub 'cross her mind'

Olivia Colman refutes claims she is 'really cross' at US Broadchurch snub

Actress says she has never been annoyed by show's different US casting

Criminal mastermind: Henning Mankell

Henning Mankell: Wallander author reveals he has cancer

Mankell will document his battle with the disease for a newspaper column

The duo in 2007

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Who you gonna call? Dan Aykroyd sworn in as Mississippi Sheriff's Deputy

The Ghostbusters actor has decided to add another string to his career bow

Andy Coulson (left) knew details of affair between Sienna Miller and Daniel Craig had been obtained illegally, Old Bailey jurors were told

Hacking trial: Andy Coulson knew details of affair between Sienna Miller and Daniel Craig were obtained illegally, Old Bailey told

The NOTW editor was played a taped recording of a message left by Ms Miller on Mr Craig's phone, jury hears

Better Call Saul: Mike Ehrmantraut to return in Breaking Bad prequel

Only Saul and Mike confirmed for a return so far

Stephen Fry has been cast as the British Prime Minister in the second series of 24

Yes, Prime Minister! Stephen Fry cast as British leader in 24: Live Another Day

The actor and comedian will star alongside Jack Bauer in the second series

Former Marlboro man Eric Lawson dies from smoking-related lung disease

Actor is the third 'Marlboro man' to die from a smoking-related illness

Grace Dent on TV: The Musketeers, BBC1

I was all for switching off as the bawdy band of brothers fired blanks

Call the Midwife: Latest borderline boring drama to win Sunday snoozer ratings war

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'Take two aspirin': Horsley, right, with Leonard Rossiter as Reginald Perrin

John Horsley: Character actor whose comedic talent brought him fame as Doc Morrissey in 'The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin'

A gentleman player assured at both touching sincerity and twinkling comedy, John Horsley was a charming actor with plenty of strings to his bow, who played an adroit second fiddle throughout his 60-year career. A household face on television, he will best be remembered as Doc Morrissey, the quack severely in need of a doctor in The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin (1975), who showed enthusiasm for his work only when faced with secretaries who were feeling a touch chesty, and who prescribed "two aspirin" for anything and everything.

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