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10:49 2 Aug
I'm a Celeb to return to Wales, ITV confirms
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Commemorative £5 coin 'evokes childhood memories'
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Commemorative £5 coin 'evokes childhood memories'
The coin artist said generations will enjoy the Through the Looking Glass themed scene.
4:01 2 Aug
US actor Jay Pickett dies on set of Western film
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2:53 2 Aug
Matt Damon's daughter stopped him using a gay slur
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23:47 1 Aug
Belgian comics turn over a new page
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16:35 1 Aug
Behind the scenes secrets of a celebrity vocal coach
By Sinead Garvan
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She has voice-trained Amy Winehouse, Jennifer Hudson and reckons she can help anyone to sing.
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16:34 1 Aug
My schizophrenia is helping an EastEnders storyline
By Manish Pandey
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Antonio Ferreira is using his personal experience to advise the soap on a storyline.
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14:28 1 Aug
Hollywood plans £700m film and TV studios in UK
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11:06 1 Aug
DaBaby dropped by US festival Lollapalooza
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7:42 1 Aug
Divisive pop video 'did what it set out to do'
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7:31 1 Aug
Lockdown DJ's open-air gig 'emotional'
Dale Castell, from Halifax, broadcast to thousands of people online during the coronavirus lockdowns.
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4:08 1 Aug
Camp Bestival returns after year off
Camp Bestival returns to Lulworth Castle with performances by Groove Armada and Mr Tumble.
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16:20 31 Jul
The top hip-hop dancer who can’t count the beats
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Dancer Yami "Rowdy" Lofvenberg was labelled "stupid" at school. Now she has returned to education - as a lecturer.
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16:17 31 Jul
What became of The X Factor?
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16:11 31 Jul
How Nairobi became a thriving arts hub
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11:45 31 Jul
Pop star Kris Wu arrested on suspicion of rape
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