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Police are hunting burglars who tried to steal the ashes of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud from a London crematorium.

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Peter Sellers, as President Merkin Muffley in Dr Stragelove, using the mythical red phone

Lost Peter Sellers films found in skip to be screened at festival

The two thirty minute films have not been seen for 50 years

Ringo Starr has written a children's book based on the song 'Octopus's Garden'

Beatle Ringo Starr publishes Octopus's Garden children's book

Former Beatle Ringo Starr is publishing a children's book based on the band's song "Octopus's Garden".

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Matt Smith: I'll stay the Doctor for another year

Doctor Who star Matt Smith has revealed the unlikely influences behind his incarnation of the Time Lord - Blackadder, Inspector Clouseau and TV series Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em.

Pink Panther star Herbert Lom dies

Herbert Lom, the Czech-born actor best known as Inspector Clouseau's long-suffering boss in the "Pink Panther" movies, died Thursday, his son said. He was 95.

Tributes pour in for 'comedy great' Eric Sykes, who has died aged 89

“Comedy great” Eric Sykes, whose entertainment career spanned half a century from The Goon Show to Harry Potter, has died at the age of 89.

Mikhail Bulgakov's Stalin-era satire, <i>The Master and Margarita</i>, at the Barbican

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Sweeney Todd, Adelphi, London
Filumena, Almedia, London

Simon McBurney brings dazzling technology to his Bulgakov adaptation but little clarity. A Sondheim evergreen, meanwhile, is as fresh as ever

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Dominic Cooper: 'My problem was having compassion for a monster'

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Bradford dispatch Fax to set up challenging tie against Wigan

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Leading article: Rumour has it wrong

It's a hard life being a celebrity. And the papers don't make it any easier by constantly getting facts wrong and refusing to print corrections. Or so the celebs claim. So now some of them are signing up to a website called icorrect.com to put out direct contradictions.

Time to give a little credit to the credits

From Vertigo to Blue Valentine, the finest film title sequences are works of art. There ought to be an Oscar, argues Tim Walker
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Bread from heaven

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Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi

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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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