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Hugh Jackman: Wolverine has not eclipsed my career- I could still play any character

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Deep inside a complex of secret tunnels in the Highlands stirs a sound which will reverberate through the ages. The world record for the longest echo ever discovered has been shattered by a hidden network of oil storage tanks in Rossshire.

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Tim Minchin to adapt Groundhog Day for the Broadway stage

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Lily Allen attacks showbiz culture for its 'Botoxed celebrity idiots'

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Sheffield Crucible: 'Visually gorgeous and beautifully choreographed'

Her lips are sealed: Una Stubbs is keeping mum about Sherlock

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‘Sherlock’ star Una Stubbs talks about working with 'the boys' on set and 50 years working

Hanging with my Holmes boys

‘Sherlock’ star Una Stubbs talks to Claudia Pritchard about  50 years in showbusiness

Damian Lewis has attempted to make amends with Sir Ian McKellen after offending him in a recent interview

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We should be pleased when the mask slips and backbiting begins

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We flinch, but there are degrees of paedophilia

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The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering

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Alistair Carmichael: 'The UK as a whole is greater than the sum of its parts'

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20 best days out for the summer holidays

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