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No one makes movies like Wes Anderson. So when the visual stylist announces a new project, fans turn their heads (in very pronounced, synchronous, slow motion way set to a 1960s folk song). On Thursday,
The envelopes may still be sealed, but it’s no secret that the 71st Primetime Emmys will dole out as much heartache as hoopla when dozens of television’s best shows and performers don’t win Sunday during
Warning: Game of Thrones spoilers lurk below (and in the headline) There were a lot of controversial bits littered about the final season of Game of Thrones, but one wasn’t so much contentious as surprising:
Jeremy Vine: ‘A train's loo door opened when I was inside. Luckily they thought I was Jeremy Paxman’
Born in Surrey, Vine, 54, went to Durham University and joined the Coventry Evening Telegraph as a trainee journalist. He went on to become a political and foreign correspondent and Newsnight presenter.