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Actor killed by bus in Rickmansworth ‘crossed without looking’

[ad_1] Image copyright South Beds News Agency Image caption Jane Hayward was dragged under the wheel of a bus in Rickmansworth An actor was killed when she was hit by a double-decker bus after apparently walking into the road without looking, a coroner has said.Jane Hayward, 69, from Northwood, north-west London, was dragged under the wheel of the vehicle in Rickmansworth town centre on 15 June.CCTV showed she was looking
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I am railing: Sir Rod Stewart reveals his epic model railway city

[ad_1] Image copyright Steve Crise/Railway Modeller Image caption Sir Rod worked on the skyscrapers and other scenery while on tour He's one of rock's biggest stars, but Sir Rod Stewart has finally revealed the fruits of his other great passion - model railways.In between making music and playing live, Sir Rod has been working on a massive, intricate model of a US city for the past 23 years.He unveiled it
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Strictly Come Dancing: Michelle Visage ‘upset’ at rift reports

[ad_1] Image caption Michelle and Giovanni ended up in the bottom two last weekend Strictly Come Dancing star Michelle Visage has rubbished newspaper reports that she is unhappy on the show.The Sun reported on Wednesday that the US TV personality had been involved in "a series of backstage rows" with her dance partner Giovanni Pernice.The RuPaul's Drag Race star responded on Twitter, saying the articles were "upsetting" and the pair
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Niall Tóibín, actor and comedian, dies aged 89

[ad_1] Image caption Niall Tóibín played Fr MacAnally in Ballykissangel, which ran from 1996 until 2001, starring opposite Stephen Tompkinson and Dervla Kirwan Niall Tóibín, the Irish actor and comedian, has died in Dublin after a long illness. He was 89.Tóibín appeared in numerous films and television series, including Ryan's Daughter, Veronica Guerin, The Irish RM and Ballykissangel.His career began in radio drama in the 1950s, and he played the
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BBC MOTDx’s Craig Mitch apologises for Liverpool comments

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Craig Mitch made the comments while speaking on the Filthy Fellas YouTube channel BBC MOTDx pundit Craig Mitch has apologised after a video of him making derogatory comments about Liverpool was shared on social media.The video, from YouTube channel Filthy Fellas, shows Mitch using a swearword to describe the city and stating people there "don't know what a job is".Apologising on Twitter, Mitch
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Blackpink are the first K-pop band to join YouTube’s ‘billion views club’

[ad_1] Image copyright YG Entertainment Image caption The video is among the top 200 most played clips on YouTube South Korean girl group Blackpink have just reached a new milestone - after their single Ddu-Du Ddu-Du was played more than a billion times on YouTube.The popularity of the lavish music video means the quartet are the first K-pop group to join the site's "billion views club".They are only the second
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Charlie’s Angels: Good morning Angels? Or bad morning?

[ad_1] Image copyright Sony Pictures UK Image caption L-R: Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott The latest reboot of the Charlie's Angels franchise premiered this week, starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and UK actress Ella Balinska.The action movie, based on the '70s TV series, sees the Angels fighting crime on behalf of their mysterious boss.It's the second time the brand has been rebooted for the big screen, following a
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Sir Lenny Henry criticises offensive Bournemouth theatre poster

[ad_1] Image copyright Lenny Henry Image caption Lenny Henry posted a picture of the poster in the theatre's dressing room on social media Sir Lenny Henry has criticised a Dorset theatre over an offensive poster in one of its dressing rooms.The actor and comedian took to social media to complain about the picture at Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre following his show on Tuesday.The undated poster was an old advert for Dick
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Ulster Museum to host BP Portrait exhibition despite climate fears

[ad_1] Image copyright Charlie Schaffer Image caption This year's winner - Imara in her Winter Coat by Charlie Schaffer The Ulster Museum is still planning to host the BP Portrait Award touring exhibition despite a gallery in Edinburgh backing out over climate emergency fears.The Scottish National Portrait Gallery has announced it will no longer stage the event sponsored by oil giant BP.It follows a campaign backed by high-profile artists opposed
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Summer Walker cancels US gigs: ‘I get tired, I get sad and it’s just a lot’

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Summer Walker is cancelling more than half of her remaining US tour dates because of social anxiety.She's announced she will only play nine cities of the 29 that were originally scheduled."I'm not going to be able to finish this tour because it doesn't really coexist with my social anxiety and my introverted personality," Summer said on Instagram."I'm a person, I have feelings. I get tired,