- Ozy via Yahoo! NewsSep 25 01:00 AM
A conversation with an African documentarian.
- This is StaffordshireSep 12 03:15 AM
STOKE City favourite Neil 'Nello' Baldwin is to get yet another honour – the freedom of his home town. Councillors in Newcastle have backed a proposal to grant the one-time Potters kitman the Freedom of the Borough. Nello, whose biopic, Marvellous, landed two BAFTAs earlier this year, was handed the Freedom of Stoke-on-Trent at The Sentinel's annual Sports Personality of the Year Awards in May ...
- The RegisterOct 03 04:13 AM
One of Britain's best-loved comedy greats Feature It’s ten years ago today that much-loved comedian, writer and actor Ronnie Barker passed away. By then, despite having retired way back in 1987, he had already won four BAFTAs, a Royal Television Society award for Outstanding Creative Achievement and been made an OBE.…
- Daily MirrorSep 27 12:36 PM
MATT DAMON SAYS HIS PAL BEN AFFLECK HAS MADE HIS BEST MOVIE YET WITH NEW THRILLER THE TOWN.
- Daily MailOct 07 04:25 AM
Tonight's Bake Off final is expected to draw in record viewing figures. And according to entertainment experts, whoever lifts the trophy is set for a cake-shaped windfall of up to £1million.
- Press Association via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsSep 19 04:02 PM
Dame Judi Dench has said all of the leading men she's acted with have had "glorious senses of humour" except for one.
- The GuardianSep 21 11:09 AM
Theatre and film input for black Britons remains low, say people in the industry, because those in charge are too conservative in their thinking It seems hard to believe that it took over 50 years, but on Sunday night Viola Davis became the first black woman to win the Emmy for outstanding actress in a drama. Davis, 50, picked up the gong for her portrayal of Annalise Keating in the acclaimed US...
- Daily MailSep 08 10:55 AM
Speaking from the Good Morning Britain studios in London earlier today, the 49-year-old (pictured) opened-up in a heartbreaking interview about the day he lost his daughter Maude.
- rediff.comSep 23 11:16 PM
'Outsiders are the ones who have to make the biggest journey to realise themselves, to come back to some sense of normality.'
- The Huffington Post UKSep 21 07:44 AM
Celebrities love beards , including the type you wear on your face, and this year's Emmy Awards saw a lot of fine facial hair showcased on the red carpet. Seriously, there was some beard-lovin' going on. via GIPHY Though experts have been predicting the death of the beard for some time now, their popularity is showing no sign of waning. Today, history academic Alun Withey told The Times he ...