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Yes, the programme skewed to the left but, no, it wasn’t tosh

Page 3 Profile: Chris Tarrant, quiz show presenter

For £500, which famous game show host has announced his retirement?

Sean Hardeley, Teacher

Page 3 Profile: Sean Hardeley, Teacher

He looks like a regular guy…

Christopher Lee

Page 3 Profile: Sir Christopher Lee, Actor

Why is the Prince of Darkness basking in the spotlight?

Sun Tzu, Ancient Military Strategist

Page 3 Profile: Sun Tzu, Ancient Military Strategist

Any wise words for the weekend?

A Yeti's 'footprint'

Page 3 Profile: The Yeti, mythical beast

He’s a funny looking fella.

Jon Bon Jovi

Page 3 Profile: Jon Bon Jovi, Musician

Hey, I recognise that denim-clad beefcake…

Rufus Norris, soon to be National Theatre Director

Page 3 Profile: Rufus Norris, National Theatre Director

Theatreland seemed to be in a bit of a tizz yesterday. What gives?

Free press? Cameras follow Barack Obama at the White House

Truth is the first casualty of 'transparency'

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Benedict Cumberbatch’s role did not impress Julian Assange

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Email reveals how the WikiLeaks founder attempted to derail the production of the 'The Fifth Estate' in which the actor starred

Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Bruhl in Julian Assange WikiLeaks drama The Fifth Estate

Film review: The Fifth Estate - Benedict Cumberbatch perfectly cast as Julian Assange

But Bill Condon's WikiLeaks thriller pulls in too many different directions

Benedict Cumberbatch plays Assange in 'The Fifth Estate'

Page 3 Profile: Benedict Cumberbatch, actor playing Julian Assange

He looks a bit pasty! Is he ill?

Benedict Cumberbatch’s role did not impress Julian Assange

'You should reconsider your involvement in this enterprise': Julian Assange refused to meet Benedict Cumberbatch

Email reveals how the WikiLeaks founder attempted to derail the production of the 'The Fifth Estate' in which the actor starred

Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange in 'The Fifth Estate'

On no! David Cameron likes Benedict Cumberbatch!

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InRealLife gives a perverse account of how digital technologies are changing the lives of teenagers

Establishment figures still fail to portray the Internet in a balanced light

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