Old Dogs (PG)

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On the front line of news

Only one broadcaster has a full-time bureau in the hazardous Afghan province of Helmand. Ian Burrell reports on the unsung heroes of the BFBS

Damon and Affleck set for Hollywood reunion

Thirteen years after 'Good Will Hunting' launched them as A-list stars, actors to join forces once again

Tom Barnaby's cousin to take over Midsomer patch

Long-serving detective Tom Barnaby will be replaced by his cousin in ITV's Midsomer Murders as actor John Nettles steps down from the show, it was announced yesterday.

Percy Jackson: Gods and monsters

Chris Columbus had huge hits with Harry Potter and Home Alone. Will lightning strike again with his new boy hero, Percy Jackson? Nev Pierce reports

Actor Ian Carmichael dies at 89

The veteran British actor Ian Carmichael, seen in films such as Private's Progress and Lucky Jim, has died at the age of 89.

Blue is the colour... film is the game

It won the Best Movie and Best Director awards at the Golden Globes. Yet James Cameron's 'Avatar' is not the first film to make azure folk cool. Here's the top 10 blue-movie characters who kick the Na'vi's turquoise butts

Comedy Store feud is no laughing matter

A bitter family legal battle threatens to undermine the future of Hollywood's most famous stand-up venue. Guy Adams reports from Los Angeles

Charlie Sheen quizzed on domestic violence

Actor Charlie Sheen was arrested in the Colorado resort town of Aspen on charges related to an alleged case of domestic violence.

How Peter Pan grew up

As a riveting take on J M Barrie's classic prepares to take flight at the O2 this Christmas, Paul Taylor looks at how different adaptations of the tale have found hidden depths – and not a little tragedy

Fake That: The uncanny world of America's biggest celebrity-lookalike convention

Holy mackerel! Look over there! Isn't that Richard Gere, with his dreamy silver hair and professorial wire spectacles, taking a leak in the Gents?

A Sideways look, from East to West

For years Hollywood has remade Japanese films. Now the Japanese are reversing the trend, with remakes of Sideways, Ghost and Working Girl. Francesca Steele reports

DVD: Brüno

Watching Sacha Baron Cohen disguised as a camp Austrian fashion guru, the viewer can snort with laughter, gawp in disbelief at the rudeness,marvel at the star's physicalcomedy and death defying bravery ... and still end up being disappointed that it wasn'tdone better. The reasonis, simply, that it was donebetter, three years ago,when it was called Borat.Brüno copies Boratalmost scene for scene,repeating a once-winningformula without thefreshness or inspiration.

'Good morning, Afghanistan': War radio

British Forces radio has hit the airwaves in Helmand. Terri Judd reports

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Rising violence and increased police patrols have left residents of all faiths looking over their shoulders
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