Russians sneak a peek at BBC’s War and Peace – BBC News


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Russians sneak a peek at BBC's War and Peace
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Millions of viewers in the UK will watch the last episode of the BBC drama, War and Peace, on Sunday. But far removed from TV screens in the UK, another very demanding audience will be closely watching too: in Russia, and in their thousands.
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Ryan Reynolds: Better red than dead – New Zealand Herald


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Ryan Reynolds: Better red than dead
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Ryan Reynolds talks to Russell Baillie about bringing comic character Deadpool to life on screen. Loading Actor Ryan Reynolds stars in the new movie, Deadpool. Video will play in. Play now. Don't auto play. Never auto play. Ryan Reynolds hasn't had the …
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Catherine Zeta Jones reveals she has never been to the plastic surgeon – The Sun


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Catherine Zeta Jones reveals she has never been to the plastic surgeon
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CATHERINE Zeta-Jones has denied having plastic surgery — but admits she has not ruled it out. In a candid interview the star, who lit up the premiere of her latest film Dad's Army last week, set the record straight on her personal life. Over the years
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The Not-so-white Screen Actors Guild Awards – New Zealand Herald


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The Not-so-white Screen Actors Guild Awards
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Rachel McAdams, Mark Ruffalo, Brian d'Arcy, Michael Keaton and John Slattery in the film Spotlight which won top honor, best ensemble in a film at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The Screen Actors Guild Awards were not so white. While the Academy …
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Massive Attack release new EP, share ‘Take it There’ video – We Up It


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Massive Attack release new EP, share 'Take it There' video
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Massive Attack promised us brand new material this year and we've now got the first official delivery in the shape of an EP. The song comes accompanied by an intriguing video directed by Hiro Murai and starring a zombie-like John Hawkes (of Eastbound …
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Costa Prize: Frances Hardinge children’s novel wins – Telegraph.co.uk


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Costa Prize: Frances Hardinge children's novel wins
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A children's novel has won the Costa Book of the Year award for only the second time in its 30-year history, after judges hailed the feminist message of its Victorian teenage heroine. The Lie Tree, by Frances Hardinge, tells the story of a 14-year-old …
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What is Burns night and who was Robert Burns? – Telegraph.co.uk


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What is Burns night and who was Robert Burns?
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Burns Night, held in honour of Scotland's most famous poet Robert Burns, is celebrated at the end of January every year. The night is a way to celebrate the life of the 18th century bard and it falls on his birthday – Monday, January 25.
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