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The province of Lopburi, 150km north-east of Bangkok, is famous for the hundreds of crab-eating macaques that overrun its Old Town – including the 13th-century temple of Phra Prang Sam Yot.

The League of Gentleman perform at the Royal Free Rocks With Laughter show

Royal Free Rocks With Laughter, comedy review

Adelphi Theatre, London

How much wasabi should I put on my sushi?

I'm a little surprised that the question presumes that there is a correct way of eating sushi.

Typhoon Haiyan: Death toll now over 5,000, authorities say

The death toll from one of the strongest typhoons on record has risen above 5,000 in the Philippines and is likely to climb further.

Ready to serve: restaurant owner Marchite Ygrubey

Six days on from Typhoon Haiyan – and the first restaurant reopens in Tacloban

After the horror, life takes a small step towards normality in a city wracked by hunger and thirst

I'm A Celebrity 2013: Joey Essex and Matthew Wright to face second bushtucker trial

The TV stars face a mass of creepy crawlies on tonight's show

Typhoon Haiyan: Eight crushed in collapse after survivors loot Philippines rice factory

Desperate survivors in the Philippines looted shops and dug up water pipes in a bid to find food, medicine and water

Bodies are taken out of Tacloban

Typhoon Haiyan: National state of calamity declared in Philippines as international relief workers struggle to reach survivors

Authorities say at least 9.7 million people across 41 provinces have been affected

Invisible Ink: No 198 - John Christopher

If the name John Christopher is not familiar, try Stanley Winchester, Hilary Ford, William Godfrey, William Vine, Peter Graaf, Anthony Rye or his birth-name, Sam Youd. Was there ever an author with so many pseudonyms?

A scientist examines a genetically modified crop

There is undeniable risk in producing the GM rice that the Environment Secretary is proposing

A response to Owen Paterson: You can’t just genetically modify your way out of poverty

Owen Paterson sees his job as defending the countryside against an urban elite

Opponents of third world GM crops are 'wicked', says Environment Secretary Owen Paterson

Environmental groups fighting against the use of GM crops in Africa and Asia are “wicked” and potentially condemning millions of people to a premature death, the Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, says today.

Carlo Lizzani: Film critic who became an acclaimed screenwriter and director

Obituary: Carlo Lizzani

 Film critic who became an acclaimed screenwriter and director

Two Chinese man receive treatment at a diabetes hospital in Beijing

Millions at risk as China’s prosperity brings diabetes epidemic

The country's march out of poverty has changed its diet, and the result could be devastating

The Indian government has passed a scheme to provide cheap food to more than 800m people

The biggest welfare programme in history: Indian government gives 800 million citizens a 'legal right' to cheap food in new bill

£13bn scheme immediately condemned by business community who claim the country cannot afford it

Profumo, the musical - Waterloo East Theatre, London

Theatre review: Profumo, the Musical - This crass production should leave Andrew Lloyd Webber with nothing to fear

You wait years for a musical about the Profumo Affair and then along come two in quick succession. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the scandal, in which the liaison between the Minister of War and a call girl who was concurrently sleeping with the naval attache at the Russian embassy, rocked the Establishment and helped to bring down the Tory government of Harold Macmillan.

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