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Race Alliance by Pamela Anderson will contest this weekend's FIA GT round in Slovakia

Sport on TV: Tall order for Broad beanpole to be a celebratory celebrity

There was no open-top bus ride though Trafalgar Square, no vomiting in the gardens of No 10 this time. Winning the Ashes was celebrated in a more muted fashion. But then Stuart Broad was invited on to the new series of Friday Night With Jonathan Ross (BBC1, Friday) and was greeted by the "Four Poofs and a Piano" wearing T-shirts bearing his cherubic features. Well not the piano, but still, what greater accolade could there be?

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It's Squeaky Bum Time For... Lady Luck

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Campaigners delighted to see return of canine lifeguard

Morgan 4/4: For sale - one classic car

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Sex, oysters and chocolate sauce: Pamela Anderson makes her authorial debut

Pamela Anderson writing a novel sounds about as likely as Pat Barker or Fay Weldon taking their clothes off for a living. Then again, there is nothing remotely high-minded about Star, the debut work of fiction from the former Playboy model and Baywatch star which hits the supermarket shelves this week.

Meet the ad exec turned pin-up vicar

BBC chooses country priest to present centrepiece of its revamped Sunday schedule

Network: Fancy being Pamela Anderson today?

Forget the faceless chat room, now you can choose a character and step into a cartoon world, or live out your fantasies.

The old man and the sea

In front, the vast Pacific. Behind, the towering Andes. And in between, clinging to the Chilean coast, the straggling settlement of Isla Negra. Here the poet Pablo Neruda lived and is buried, his rocky, boat- shaped grave a place of pilgrimage in the wilderness

Sad farewell to the silicone dollies

It's a disaster for womankind. Former `Baywatch' babe Pamela Anderson has got rid of her breast implants. Why can't she leave the natural look to the rest of us? By Anita Chaudhuri

Baywatch babes not welcome here

Despite tempting offers from TV producers, Avalon remains in the hands of serious surfers, writes Simon Richmond
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