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Sirs Michael Caine and Roger Moore attend Michael Winner's memorial service

Sirs Roger Moore and Michael Caine attend Michael Winner memorial service

A memorial service for the film director Michael Winner was attended today by two giants of British cinema - Sir Roger Moore and Sir Michael Caine.

Alan Carr attends the Pride Of Britain awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel,

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Journalist and presenter Robert Kee dies

The broadcaster and writer Robert Kee, whose television career spanned four decades, has died aged 93.

Sport on TV: Coleman's birthday present takes a long time to arrive

One of the quite remarkable things about The Quite Remarkable David Coleman (BBC2, Tuesday) is that it took BBC Television so long to honour the man who bestrode their sports coverage for decades. Coleman presented three of their flagship sports programmes, Grandstand, Match of the Day and A Question of Sport, not to mention covering 11 Olympic Games, six football World Cups and much else besides, and making his excitably gurgled "Won-nil!" a catch-phrase for millions of football fans.

Michael Parkinson: 'You don’t have to like someone to interview them'

For decades, he was the master of the prime-time interview, coaxing revelations from John Lennon, Woody Allen and Madonna. How will Sir Michael Parkinson take to swapping seats with our own charming interrogator, Deborah Ross?

Terence Blacker: And now the weather... it's turning a bit brighter

At some point it was decided that weather forecasters should be characters

Tony Curtis, Hollywood legend, dies aged 85

Hollywood legend Tony Curtis, whose career spanned more than 60 years, has died at the age of 85.

Michael Parkinson: Oh lucky man!

Britain's most renowned interviewer is 75 today. He is first, last, and always, a journalist. And he doesn't much care for some of the stuff on TV these days. David Randall meets Michael Parkinson

Woman, 64, charged with stab murder

A 64-year-old woman has been charged today with the murder of a man.

My Week: Sir Michael Parkinson

The broadcaster champions the cause of dignity in old age – and keeps putting off writing an article for the 'Wisden' almanack

Black magic: Gilles Peterson on the enduring appeal of 1960s Afro-centric jazz

They were Afro-centric, space-travelling musical pioneers of far-out 1960s America. He was a DJ with a bongo habit in 1980s London. Gilles Peterson tells Nick Coleman how he fell for the art, sound and heroes of radical jazz

Ashes memories: 'What happened then amazes me to this day'

As the Ashes moves on to Headingley, three Yorkshiremen reflect on their roles in Tests against the old enemy that helped write the legend and lore of their county ground

Are chat shows just a big joke?

Alan Carr is the latest comedian to get his own chat show. Gerard Gilbert asks whether the traditional interviewer has gone forever, to be replaced by stunts and light entertainment

Jonathan Ross bags broadcasting honour

Jonathan Ross is to be presented with a Music Industry Trusts' award, it was announced today.

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