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David Blunkett has called on broadcasters to dub more foreign dramas so that blind members of the audience like himself are able to enjoy imports such as The Killing.

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Nicolas Cage: 'I'm not going to blame gun violence that happens in America on movies'

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To begin with, Lauren Beukes had an idea so perfectly simple it sounds like an elevator pitch: "time-travelling serial killer".

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TV pick of the week: The Murder Workers

Great Dane: Sofie Grabol from 'The Killing'

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Four Scandinavian actresses have achieved international acclaim playing strong female characters in hit TV drama series. But can they cross the subtitle barrier and find a wider international audience?

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Television choices: Scheduling clash for new dramas Mayday and Broadchurch

TV pick of the week: Broadchurch

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Wales nails 'Nordic noir' as homegrown drama is snapped up by the Killing broadcaster

DR Denmark which produced the Killing believes it has found its natural successor in Aberystwyth-based drama Hinterland

The 'blue marble' shot from Apollo 17

Watch the entire history of the planet in under two minutes

Curious about the history of our planet, but quite busy today? Internet artists melodysheep have the solution. They've edited together various pieces of footage and some lovely music to create a visualisation of the entire history of our planet in under two minutes.

Jack Nicholson in terrifyingly good form in 'The Shining'

Kubrick's horror classic gets back 24 tense minutes

The Shining, once dubbed the "scariest movie ever", is set to provide more chills for British audiences with the release of a previously unseen extended version.

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Sarah Lucas has filled the British pavilion at the Venice Biennale with slinky cats and casts of her female friends' private parts. It makes you proud to be a woman, says Karen Wright
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Ashes 2015: Test series looks a lost cause for England... whoever takes over as ECB director of cricket

Ashes series looks a lost cause for England...

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