But I am the one and only! Chesney Hawkes insists he is famous enough to open a Christmas ice rink

Hastings locals launched a Go Away Chesney campaign after disappointment that he was the "mystery celebrity" coming to visit

Sharp-tongued judge Jason Gardiner tipped for Dancing on Ice return

Sharp-tongued judge Jason Gardiner is being tipped to make a return to Dancing On Ice.

Barbara Ann Scott: Skater who inspired Canada

When 19-year-old Barbara Ann Scott won the Olympic gold medal in figure skating at the 1948 St Moritz games, she confirmed her position as Canada's sweetheart. Generations of Canadian girls grew up with Barbara Scott dolls, women imitated her fashion style, and skaters were inspired by her success – though Scott remains the only Canadian skater to win an individual gold medal. She managed, according to the then prime minister Mackenzie King, to lift Canada out of its post-war gloom.

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Album: Miloš, Latino Deutsche (Grammophon)

For the follow-up to his hugely popular debut album, Miloš Karadaglic has leapt eagerly into the full breadth of Latin American music, which he considers the heartland of classical Spanish guitar music throughout the last century.

We love: Jubilations - You can’t get far without encountering a Union Jack at the moment, but this Henry Holland number is The Audit’s favourite souvenir by far and will polish up one’s memorabilia a treat. £25, houseofholland.co.uk

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Desert nation Turkmenistan to create ice hockey league

Ice hockey is hardly the most suitable sport for a desert nation where temperatures can soar as high as 50C.

The Netherlands: Freeze offers skaters rare chance of marathon race

Dutch troops were racing yesterday to prepare iced-over canals and waterways for a legendary 125-mile ice-skating race that could be staged for the first time in 15 years.

Travel Agenda: Long Night of the Museums; Zurich's Art on Ice; Verona in Love; The Park Hyatt Sydney

Today: The Long Night of the Museums gets under way tonight in Berlin. Between 6pm and 2am, more than 100 galleries and cultural institutions will open late throughout the German capital, with a host of concerts, readings and performances. Tickets are €15 (lange-nacht-der-museen.de).

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Chris Robshaw: The Harlequins captain showed he can make good decisions under pressure

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Some guys get all the puck: Seann William Scott plays the title role in Goon as a childlike gentle giant

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Thank goodness, a comedy lead who's the very opposite of a smart alec. But this tale of a brawling ice-hockey star doesn't pack much of a punch

Luke Blackall: Lapping up the boos as Ice judge villain

Man About Town: The Dancing on Ice stars I had praised were hugely grateful. I hadn't understood before how seriously they all took it

Rock of ages: The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park in 1969

The surprise B-side: The flipside was often top of the pops

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Knowing me, knowing you: Christopher Dean and Jayne Torvill

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Nasa planning to build cloud cities in airships above Venus

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Four months after the bombardment, Gaza’s wounds are yet to heal

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Is gastric surgery really the answer to the UK's obesity epidemic?

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Homeless Veterans appeal: Christmas charity auction

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