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Richard Attenborough obituary

Richard Attenborough, who has died aged 90, had three distinct personas for those who followed his career in the entertainment world: the baby-faced, pint-sized actor, at turns, cocky and cowardly, later rotund in mostly creepy character roles; the film director of epics such as Gandhi, and …

How we made Back to the Future

'Six weeks in, Michael J Fox replaced Eric Stoltz. The humour wasn't coming through'<p>• Back to the Future: full coverage of the film<p><b>Bob Gale, co-writer/producer</b><p>Bob Zemeckis and I had written three movies together, and we had always wanted to do a time-travel story. We'd just never figured out how. …

How to Fly Like a Pro

(Photo: Getty Images/E+)<p>Ever wonder what the pros know that you don't? How they get the best seats, save time and money, and avoid hassles? We've queried travel writers, industry insiders, and other ultra-frequent flyers to get their tips, sometimes from things they've learned the hard way--so you …

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From marvellous to awesome: how spoken British English has changed

A study called the Spoken British National Corpus 2014 reveals how our use of language is evolving. Is British English succumbing to American influence?<p>Almost nothing is marvellous these days, but everything is awesome. According to a study by Lancaster University and Cambridge University Press, …

How to quickly unsubscribe from 'liked' Facebook pages

Facebook Cleanser can help you scrub your feed clean, but you can accomplish much the same thing in Facebook's settings.<p>I think one reason people get so fed up with Facebook is that their feeds get so cluttered with junk, they rarely see the things they actually care about -- you know, baby …

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