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A Sheffield substation and a Cold War bunker get Grade II* status

Everything or Nothing: the Untold Story of 007, Stevan Riley, 98mins (12A)

Starring: Albert R Broccoli, Dana Broccoli, Ian Fleming

Why Sir Roger Moore was the greatest 007

In honour of its 50th anniversary, Jason Horowitz explains why - despite evidence to the contrary - Moore's slightly geriatric and caddish Bond was best

August 9, 2012: Patrik Kittel of Sweden riding Scandic competes in the individual dressage in Greenwich Park

Welcome to the modern pentathlon: the oddest test of a complete athlete

Charlie Cooper tries his hand at one of the last events of the Games, for long the preserve of 'officers and gentlemen'

'Reform banks' group launched

Paul Moore, the HBOS whistleblower, is launching a lobbying group – The New Wilberforce Alliance – to spearhead a campaign for a full public inquiry to clean up the banking industry.

Simon Kelner: A barbaric delicacy that is rightly beyond the pale

It is difficult to imagine these days, but, not very long ago, people would deposit litter on the streets without care or reproach, dog mess would be left on the pavement, and smokers would strike up without any consideration for their fellow citizens.

'Celebrity' butcher Jack O’Shea was caught using a codeword to sell banned foie gras

Butcher gets the chop over foie gras scandal

Selfridges in London has parted company with its "celebrity" butcher Jack O'Shea after he was caught using a codeword to sell banned foie gras to customers under the counter.

Pinewood's plans to build replica cities thrown out

Plans by Pinewood film studios to build replicas of Paris, New York and Amsterdam on Green Belt land have been turned down.

Prime minister David Cameron reveals interest in movie gossip

David Cameron revealed his interest in movie star gossip on a visit to Britain's most famous film studios today.

Profile: Daniel craig

There can't possibly be anything about Girl With The Dragon Tattoo that we don't already know.

Alan Hume: Cinematographer who switched between James Bond and the Carry On films

In 1976, Alan Hume was standing on a snow-covered, 3,000ft-high rock on Baffin Island, north of Canada. As the second-unit director of photography on the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), he had to capture the breathtaking, pre-title, ski-jump sequence.

For your eyes only: The latest theatrical craze features a single performer with a single audience member

'One-on-one' is fascinating an entire new generation of theatre-goers. But is it drama at its most gripping? Or a dangerous and exploitative power trip?

Martin Grace: Roger Moore's stunt double in the James Bond films

Performing as Roger Moore's stunt double in the James Bond films brought Martin Grace respect throughout the industry – but, because of the nature of his job, he was never a "star". He also did stunts for some of the early Cadbury's Milk Tray commercials.

Robert S. Baker: Producer, writer and director who moved from horror films to many cult television series of the 1960s

After making B-movie thrillers and bloodthirsty films to rival the Hammer horror pictures, Robert S. Baker found his greatest success as one of television's top producers of action series, from The Saint and The Baron to The Persuaders!

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