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22 March 2011 Last updated at 12:47 ET
Bieber and U2 on Japan fund album
Justin Bieber and U2 are among artists who have agreed to contribute songs to a fund-raising album for victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
Disco singer Holloway dies at 64
US singer Loleatta Holloway, best known for her vocals which were sampled on Black Box's 1989 hit Ride On Time, dies at the age of 64.
Fellowes to pen Titanic TV epic
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is to write a mini-series about the sinking of the Titanic, to air next year on ITV1.
Hobbit filming finally under way
Filming on the two Hobbit movies, starring Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins, finally begins after months of delays.
Blues legend Pinetop Perkins dies
Blues pianist Pinetop Perkins, the oldest musician ever to win a Grammy award, dies in Austin, Texas, aged 97.
No stopping Limitless at cinemas
Musician Wyclef Jean shot in hand
Scherzinger single topples Adele
Ricky Martin wins gay media award
Shadows bassist Jet Harris dies
Radio marathon breaks world record
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Old portrait 're-worked by rival'
A portrait by Gainsborough which hangs in a Northumberland country house could have been re-worked by his rival, it emerges.
Lifetime honour for author Barnes
Theatre groups act against cuts
Film
Batman actor Gough dies aged 94
Michael Gough, best known for playing Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred in Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher's Batman films, dies aged 94.
Azkaban named film of the decade
Eastwood film pulled from Japan
Music
US Idol 'is top TV money-spinner'
American Idol made more money from advertising revenue than any other US TV show in 2010, according to a survey by Forbes magazine.
Reggae star died from stab wound
Jermaine Jackson to write memoir
TV & radio
Comic Relief raises record £74.3m
Comic Relief raises more than £74.3m, the highest figure reached on the night of the show in its 23-year history.
First US X Factor judge confirmed
Double RTS wins for Cox and Hart
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Ronan Keating to swim Irish Sea
Radcliffe named gay helpline hero
Bradley Cooper's magic pill movie
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In pictures
London photographer Terry O'Neill celebrates 50 years of capturing celebrity images
Meet the chip punks
The bands turning 1980s games consoles into musical instruments
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Historic images of nuptial "bliss" London's Cartoon Museum
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Doctor Who star Matt Smith on his latest literary role
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Exhibition remembers Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett
Naughtiest boy
Why Dennis is still a Menace in the 21st Century
Deep waters
I.T. Crowd's Richard Ayoade turns movie director
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The way I can explain it is that the bullet grazed me in my right hand
Wyclef Jean on being treated for a gunshot wound to his hand
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