Renowned seller made fortune from bogus bottles sold to rich American collectors
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Sunday 21 October 2012
Wartime smoke and mirrors
Thursday 04 October 2012
Blaine's back with a new stunt: he will risk being zapped with 1m volts for three days.
Friday 10 August 2012
Rhythmic gymnastics may seem a glitter-clad oddity but Chris McGrath can only admire the mildly superhuman capabilities of these young girls at Wembley Arena
Monday 06 August 2012
Here comes actor and, for the occasion, raconteur Rob Drummond to tell us a story.
Wednesday 18 July 2012
"For all the people with wobbly bits, bingo wings, jelly, beer bellies, flab, and even liposuction where the fat deposits itself in weird places...we shake 'em together tonight." With that strange, joyful announcement, Paloma Faith turns her back to the crowd and hoists up her demure, ankle-length ball gown until it falls just underneath her bum and wiggles her alabaster legs, sending ripples across her pert behind.
Sunday 01 July 2012
Children see magic because they look for it, it's said, but more and more of them are determined to practise it as well. Once the preserve of men in tuxedos pulling rabbits from top hats, TV magic is nurturing a new generation who want to get down with the kids.
Monday 11 June 2012
Germany striker Mario Gomez has hit back at criticism of his performance in their win over Portugal by pointing out only Lionel Messi scored more Champions League goals than him last season and questioning why he should change his game.
Monday 11 June 2012
Saturday 09 June 2012
'Stevie Nicks is such a great woman, so cool. Her voice is beautiful'
Thursday 31 May 2012
Government stumps up £100,000 to ensure musicians from Middle East can play at festival
Friday 25 May 2012
John Forrest was a magician before he was an actor. The painter, Stanley Spencer's black-sheep brother Horace, taught him card tricks in a boat on the Thames when he was 10. And "magic" fascinated him for the rest of his life. Or, as he put it, "illusion". "Everything I've done has been to do with illusion," he said in a 1996 Radio 4 documentary: "acting, painting, and making things appear and disappear. Perhaps I couldn't deal with reality"
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