Lucy Worsley: ‘Johnny Depp stood me up at Hampton Court’ | Food

Henry VIII’s kitchens at Hampton Court had 200 staff in 55 rooms. Nowadays, when Henry’s kitchen spit is turned and the meat is roasted – properly – for our visitors to see, it’s very resource-intensive. But so worth it, done well. It’s meltingly delicious. My own office life at Hampton Court is somewhat challenging food-wise. […]

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When did Michael Jackson die, was he married and how many children did he have?

MICHAEL Jackson’s sex abuse allegations have been all anyone can talk about since Leaving Neverland airing on Channel 4 this week. Two men alleged that they had been molested by the King of Pop as children at his famous Neverland Ranch. Here’s all you need to know about the Billie Jean singer. Getty Images Michael […]

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Paris Jackson ‘hasn’t seen’ HBO documentary about her late dad Michael, Leaving Neverland

Paris Jackson ‘hasn’t seen’ Leaving Neverland, a source told People Wednesday as controversy swirls around the HBO documentary, which presents the accounts of two men who claim her late father Michael Jackson had sexually molested them when they were children. The daughter of the late Billie Jean singer, 20, remains on his side amid the […]

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Hayden Panettiere and brother Jensen support documentary Sharkwater Extinction at LA screening

Hayden Panettiere and brother Jensen support documentary Sharkwater Extinction at special LA screening By Rachel Mcgrath For Dailymail.com Published: 07:45 GMT, 1 February 2019 | Updated: 15:08 GMT, 1 February 2019 It was a family affair for Hayden Panettiere at a screening of the documentary Sharkwater Extinction in Hollywood Thursday night. The actress and anti-whaling […]

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The final testimony: film tells stories of last Holocaust survivors | Media

An old school photo slides from the printer into Frank Bright’s hands. It is black and white because it dates from May 1942. But since it was taken, tiny red and blue stickers have been scattered over the image. Red for dead; blue for survived. Most are red. Bright, now 90, points to a younger […]

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Jada Pinkett Smith shocked to find out R. Kelly music sales have spiked with release of documentary

‘Do black girls not matter?’: Jada Pinkett Smith reacts to news that R. Kelly music sales have spiked following airing of docuseries about R&B star By Heather Waugh For Dailymail.com Published: 16:06 EST, 6 January 2019 | Updated: 17:50 EST, 6 January 2019 Jada Pinkett Smith is upset that R. Kelly’s record sales have reportedly […]

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BRIAN VINER reviews Peter Jackon’s colourised WW1 documentary They Shall Not Grow Old 

They Shall Not Grow Old (15), review by Brian Viner  Rating: There have been many harrowing dramas about the Great War, but Peter Jackson’s extraordinary documentary, which had its world premiere last night as part of the London Film Festival, is as close as we can come now to seeing it as it was lived, […]

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BRIAN VINER reviews Peter Jackon’s colourised WW1 documentary They Shall Not Grow Old 

They Shall Not Grow Old (15), review by Brian Viner  Rating: There have been many harrowing dramas about the Great War, but Peter Jackson’s extraordinary documentary, which had its world premiere last night as part of the London Film Festival, is as close as we can come now to seeing it as it was lived, […]

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David Attenborough calls for more BBC arts coverage | Media

Sir David Attenborough has criticised the BBC for not producing enough arts and cultural programmes. Attenborough, 92, said the public broadcaster was instead focusing on shows that attracted a large audience. Speaking to Radio Times, he said: “I don’t think the BBC does enough [arts and culture]. It’s not enough simply to say, ‘Well, it […]

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‘The story goes so far back’: new film attempts to untangle Russiagate | Film

The defining paradox of what’s come to be known as the “Trump-Russia scandal” is that it’s both the most-covered story of the Trump presidency and the one that, broadly speaking, seems to interest voters least. Either its gravity is lost on us, or we struggle to unfurl the complex web of financial ties, or it’s […]

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