Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978)

Directed by Blake Edwards

The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976)

Directed by Blake Edwards

The Return of the Pink Panther (1975)

Directed by Bud Yorkin

Inspector Clouseau (1968)

Directed by Bud Yorkin

A Shot In The Dark (1964)

Directed by Blake Edwards

The Pink Panther (1963)

Directed by Blake Edwards

The Boss of It All, 15

A bit of a lark or a Byzantine puzzler? However you see it, this Lars von Trier 'comedy' is a bizarre creation

Jamelia: 'Don't call me a celebrity'

The British R&B star Jamelia took time out to have children and now returns with her best album yet.

East Timor on brink of civil war after atrocities

Peacekeeping troops were struggling to stave off civil war in East Timor yesterday, where the death toll climbed to 23 after soldiers gunned down unarmed police in the capital and a mob torched a house filled with children.

Enterprise of Exiles and Gloucester promises an enthralling collision

If the Lord Mayor's Show in Cardiff turns out to be a forward-dominated affair - Munster do not possess a back division worthy of the name; Biarritz have an attacking unit boasting all the talents, but prefer not to use it - what comes after may prove the perfect antidote. Tomorrow's European Challenge Cup final between Gloucester and London Irish at the Twickenham Stoop features two sides at the forefront of what might be called English rugby's All Black movement, which embraces the theory that tries are better than penalties, that handling is better than kicking, that one crisp miss-pass in midfield is better than two months' worth of rolling mauls.

The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (15)

Tears of a clown

Edward Teller: the real Dr Strangelove, by Peter Goodchild

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Before the week is out ...: Read this

NOEL COWARD'S social life in Jamaica reads like a special issue of Hello! - he welcomed the likes of the Royal Family, Charlie Chaplin, Peter Sellers and Audrey Hepburn into his island home, Firefly. All the glamour of the celebrity lifestyle is captured in a new book with previously unpublished pictures of Coward with his friends and contributions from those who knew him. Starting in 1948, it covers the least-known years of Coward's life.

How we met: John McCarthy & Brian Keenan

John McCarthy, 42, was born in Barnet, Hertfordshire. He worked as a journalist for the Beirut-based television news agency WTN. While covering the story of hostage Brian Keenan he was kidnapped and himself held hostage for 1,943 days. John recently married and lives with his wife, Anna, in Fulham
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