News French President Francois Hollande and Julie Gayet

Closer magazine said the 41-year-old actress had first been introduced to Mr Hollande by his former partner Ségolène Royal

Gemma Arterton as the Duchess in The Globe's 'The Duchess of Malfi'

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Shakespeare's Globe, London: Dominic Dromgoole's production gets the Globe's first season off to a cracking start

'Femskin', a man on Channel 4's 'Secrets of the Living Doll's, who likes to dress up as doll

Benefits Street, The Bletchley Circle and Secrets Of The Living Dolls: What to watch tonight - TV choices, Monday 6 January

Channel 4 doc about men who dress up as latex dolls airs tonight

Blue movie? Léa Seydoux in Blue is the Warmest Colour

Blue is the Warmest Colour: More than the sum of its parts

Is ‘Blue is the Warmest Colour’ merely art-porn? No, says Ellen E Jones, who defends the cinematic cause célèbre

Giuliano Gemma: Veteran of more than 100 films best known for his lead role in the 1965 spaghetti western ‘Pistol for Ringo’

It is Clint Eastwood, of course, who is particularly remembered as the lone gunman of spaghetti westerns, the outsider and amoral protagonist, thanks to his work with Sergio Leone.

Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison and Damian Lewis as Nicholas Brody return for the third season of ‘Homeland’

Homeland pulls in lowest ever ratings on Channel 4

The second episode attracted 200,000 fewer viewers than last week's season three premiere

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Film review: Diana - Naomi Watts stars in dark tale of love weighed down by princess’s baggage

Oliver Hirschbiegel’s biopic of Diana could easily have seemed cynical and opportunistic in the extreme. Hirschbiegel is a distinguished German director who made a very well received film about Adolf Hitler in his bunker (Downfall), but it’s hard to see how that qualifies him to tell the story of the “people’s princess”.

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1. Simon and Garfunkel's The Concert in Central Park

The President and Mrs Kennedy often travelled in an open car so that they could greet huge crowds

Assassination of John F Kennedy to be broadcast in real time for 50th anniversary on Radio 2

Three-hour show will be narrated by Jeremy Vine and Dermot O’Leary

Gig prices: There might be rich punters up in First Class, but it still looks like the Titanic

Gap in UK society between rich and poor – means sufficient punters won’t blink at any price from promoters or touts, while the majority are excluded.

Big, bigger, biggest: Comparison chart shows the relative sizes of machines and monsters from the worlds of gaming and film

Could Japanese Godzilla beat American Godzilla? And how big is the Starship Enterprise? At last, some answers...

Absolute Radio sold to Bauer Media UK in £22m deal

Absolute Radio has been snapped up by the owner of rival stations Kiss and Magic in a £22 million deal.

Not quite the 'Jurassic Park' dream: five-star plan for 160 animatronic dinosaurs wins approval

But Billionaire Clive Palmer's monsters mustn't roar too loudly

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'Missing link' between Earth's two life-forms found

New microbial species tells us something about our dark past, say scientists
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Amr Darrag: Ex-Muslim Brotherhood minister in exile still believes Egypt's military regime can be replaced with 'moderate' Islamic rule

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