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BBC News - Entertainment & Arts

Andrew Lloyd Webber: My career in 7 songs (18 hours old)

The composer shares the untold stories behind Cats, Joseph, Evita and Phantom of the Opera.

Robot Wars has been axed by the BBC again (3 hours old)

The series has been scrapped by the BBC to make room for new shows.

Will Danny Boyle direct the next Bond film? Here's what we know so far (1 day old)

The Slumdog Millionaire director says he's working on the next film with Trainspotting's John Hodge.

Lynn Bowles: 'I'm leaving Radio 2' says travel presenter (1 day old)

The BBC travel presenter announces on air she is leaving the station after 18 years of 4am starts.

Alexandra and the UK's 'problem' with confident women (1 day old)

"Women shouldn't feel that if they come across as too confident it can be mistaken for arrogance."

Radio 1 DJ Greg James (finally) finishes Sport Relief Challenge (1 day old)

The Radio 1 DJ has completed his Sport Relief Pedal to the Peaks challenge

Banksy protest artwork unveiled in New York (1 day old)

The anonymous artist reveals a new work in New York, drawing attention to a jailed Kurdish painter.

Meet the Dutch comic poking gentle fun at the Brits (1 day old)

How comedian Eline Van Der Velden won fans with her satirical shorts and outrageous alter ego.

Jools Holland in wedding venue noise row battle (23 hours old)

The renowned pianist kept a diary chronicling the "noisy hubbub" outside his Kent country manor.

Ava DuVernay 'to direct superhero film' (1 day old)

The director of Selma appears to confirm reports she is to adapt Jack Kirby's New Gods comic book.

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ipswich - Twitter Search

@charliemorgs17 miss home games, and you cant miss ipswich away for anything (1740 days old [11/06/13])

@charliemorgs17 miss home games, and you cant miss ipswich away for anything

@UnionJGang_ im well excited the ipswich regent is like 10 minutes away from my house (1740 days old [11/06/13])

@UnionJGang_ im well excited the ipswich regent is like 10 minutes away from my house

Tommy Spurr has received contract offers from Doncaster and Ipswich so far, I hear #DRFC favourites out of the two, other clubs interested (1740 days old [11/06/13])

Tommy Spurr has received contract offers from Doncaster and Ipswich so far, I hear #DRFC favourites out of the two, other clubs interested

As much as I hate Sawley, it's much better than Ipswich (1740 days old [11/06/13])

As much as I hate Sawley, it's much better than Ipswich

Im laughing but when I went to see peter andre at the ipswich regent (embarrassing) I was at the back but I got front seats (1740 days old [11/06/13])

Im laughing but when I went to see peter andre at the ipswich regent (embarrassing) I was at the back but I got front seats

Might have to go and see @unionjworld in ipswich, haha oh (1740 days old [11/06/13])

Might have to go and see @unionjworld in ipswich, haha oh

Is anyone else going to ipswich's date (1740 days old [11/06/13])

Is anyone else going to ipswich's date

it's that time of the day when loads of Ipswich school students are walking up and down Henley Road (1740 days old [11/06/13])

it's that time of the day when loads of Ipswich school students are walking up and down Henley Road

looking forward to seeing the Ipswich gewls tonight (1740 days old [11/06/13])

looking forward to seeing the Ipswich gewls tonight

IPSWICH: Essex: Pedestrian hit by car near Chelmsford http://t.co/Q4iwj4kn30 #Suffolk (1740 days old [11/06/13])

IPSWICH: Essex: Pedestrian hit by car near Chelmsford http://t.co/Q4iwj4kn30 #Suffolk

Media | The Guardian

TV presenter Helen Skelton reveals she was groped on air (1 day old)

Incident happened when presenter was pregnant and hosting live broadcastThe television presenter Helen Skelton has said she was groped live on air by an interviewee while she was pregnant.Skelton, who appears on BBC1’s Countryfile and presents BBC swimming coverage, said she felt “really awkward” about the incident but she was too intimidated to complain. Continue reading...

UK could rethink social media laws after Brexit, says minister (3 days old [14/03/18])

Matt Hancock says withdrawal offers chance to write laws that are ‘right for the modern times’Brexit could free up Britain to impose world-leading regulations on technology companies, the culture secretary has said. Matt Hancock argued that when Britain left the EU it would no longer be bound by regulations such as the e-commerce directive, allowing it to write new “forward-looking” legislation for social media platforms.He told the digital, culture, media and sport (DCMS) select committee: “Outside the EU, we could attempt, as this country is quite good at in lots of different areas, to write[...]

Former ESPN president Skipper says he resigned after cocaine extortion attempt (2 days old [15/03/18])

John Skipper quit in December citing ‘substance addiction’62-year-old says he and his family were put at riskJohn Skipper, who resigned as ESPN president and co-chairman of the Disney Media Networks in December because of a “substance addiction”, says he was forced out after a blackmail threat.In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter published on Thursday, Skipper says he was a recreational user of cocaine but had been the victim of an extortion threat from someone who sold him the drug. Continue reading...

Guardian reports 11.3% gender pay gap (3 days old [14/03/18])

Difference between men and women in editorial is 7.4% The gender pay gap at Guardian News & Media is 11.3% – calculated by mean hourly pay – the company has reported as part of the government’s compulsory gender pay gap initiative.GNM said 65% of its top-paid workers are men, while 57% of the lowest paid are women. The pay gap is similar to the BBC, where women earn an average of 10.7% less. Earlier on Wednesday, ITN reported a 19.6% pay gap. Continue reading...

Seth Rich parents sue Fox News and say network used death as 'political football' (3 days old [14/03/18])

DNC employee was killed in what police say was random robberyFox article claimed Rich ,27, had leaked emails to WikiLeaksThe parents of a Democratic National Committee employee who was killed in 2016 have filed a federal lawsuit alleging Fox News exploited his death as a “political football”.Joel and Mary Rich claim Fox News, a reporter and a guest commentator used “lies, misrepresentations and half-truths” in an article in May 2017 that claimed their son Seth Rich had leaked DNC emails to WikiLeaks during the presidential campaign. Continue reading...

National Geographic: for decades, our coverage was racist (4 days old [13/03/18])

Historian says past editions reinforced notion that non-white people were exotic and savageNational Geographic has acknowledged that its coverage of black and minority ethnic people in America and the wider world has been historically racist, frequently promoting caricatures of the “noble savage” and barely featuring the US’s minority ethnic population. An internal investigation last year showed that until the 1970s, National Geographic in effect ignored minority ethnic Americans who were not labourers or domestic workers, and portrayed non-white people around the world as “exotics, famously a[...]

Russian broadcaster RT could be forced off UK airwaves (4 days old [13/03/18])

Channel could lose licence if Russia found to be responsible for Sergei Skripal poisoningRT, the Kremlin-controlled news channel, faces being forced off air in the UK if the poisoning of Sergei Skripal is found to be an “unlawful use of force” by Russia against Britain.The broadcasting regulator Ofcom, which has the power to close a TV channel if it decides it is not a “fit and proper” holder of a licence in the UK, said it had written to RT warning that a Russian act against the UK would trigger a fast-track investigation to potentially revoke its licence. Continue reading...

Guardian and Observer journalists win nine awards at Press Awards (3 days old [14/03/18])

Emma Graham-Harrison wins foreign reporter of the year, while Mark Townsend wins news reporter of the yearJournalists from the Guardian and Observer newspapers won prizes across a range of categories at the Society of Editors Press Awards on Tuesday night.Emma Graham-Harrison, who writes for both the Observer and the Guardian, was awarded the prize for foreign reporter of the year for her coverage of the slave trade in northern Niger, Yazidi women freed from Isis captivity and the ongoing Venezuela crisis. Continue reading...

Muslim Cyber Army: a 'fake news' operation designed to derail Indonesia's leader (4 days old [13/03/18])

Police in Indonesia make arrests as Guardian investigation reveals fake Twitter accounts and violent propagandaPolice in Indonesia believe they have uncovered a clandestine fake news operation designed to corrupt the political process and destabilise the government.In a string of arrests across the archipelago in recent weeks, authorities have revealed the inner workings of a self-proclaimed cyber-jihadist network known as the Muslim Cyber Army (MCA). Continue reading...

Apple to buy ‘Netflix for magazines’ Texture (5 days old [12/03/18])

‘Virtual newsstand’ lets users read about 200 digital titles for a monthly subscription feeApple is to buy the digital magazine service Texture, which lets users read titles for a monthly subscription fee.The “virtual newsstand” gives readers online access to current and back issues of about 200 titles, including Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Cosmopolitan, for a monthly fee of $9.99 (£7.19). Continue reading...

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BBC Suffolk | Things to do

What's on in Suffolk this week (2285 days old [14/12/11])

Steve Harley is back in Bury, while the new children's hospice celebrates with a carol concert.

Holocaust events grow in Suffolk (2612 days old [21/01/11])

Suffolk remembers the Holocaust with school talks by a survivor of Auschwitz, a ceremony at a Kinderstransport railway station and a visitor from Rwanda.

Faiths unite for campus lecture (2622 days old [11/01/11])

Suffolk's University starts a series of inter-faith lectures by looking at Islam and Christianity in the modern world.

Stargazing from a high-tech shed (2642 days old [22/12/10])

An astronomer who has three telescopes in his garden observatories will be looking for Jupiter and the quadrantids meteor shower for Stargazing Live.

Apex aims to attract big names (2714 days old [11/10/10])

The new £18.5m public venue in Bury St Edmunds is hoping to attract big acts and offer a stage for local artistes.

Capturing cormorants in Suffolk (2731 days old [24/09/10])

Staying close to the North Sea, Suffolk artist Maggi Hambling mounts her first exhibition of sea birds called Mostly Cormorants.

BBC Suffolk's BIG Night Out 2010 (2864 days old [14/05/10])

Mark Murphy will be doing his best Elvis impersonation as BBC Suffolk's Big Night Out takes to the stage in the autumn.

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