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Alderholt festival 'punching above its weight'

The ReCreate event features appearances from Strictly's Kevin from Grimsby, Blazin' Squad and Big Brovaz.

John Lennon's Former Wife Cynthia Dies

John Lennon's first wife Cynthia has died at her home in Spain, aged 75.

Zayn Malik Demo Was Rejected One Direction Song

One Direction fans can relax again after it was confirmed that Zayn Malik is not hastily embarking on a solo career.

Jamie Dornan Stalked Woman On Tube For TV Role

Fifty Shades Of Grey star Jamie Dornan has revealed he stalked a woman on the London Underground to prepare for his role as a serial killer in The Fall.

Duchovny's 'Shock' At Launching Music Career

David Duchovny has had a busy television career but it seems he has been flexing his musical muscles on the side and is releasing his first album.

Palestinian Man 'Tricked' Into Selling Banksy

A Palestinian man has said he has been tricked into selling a potentially valuable work by Banksy for just over £100.

Singer Joni Mitchell Rushed To Hospital

The singer Joni Mitchell has been taken to hospital in Los Angeles after an ambulance was called to her Bel Air home.

Clarkson, Hammond And May To Stage Live Shows

Jeremy Clarkson will appear alongside his former Top Gear colleagues Richard Hammond and James May in live shows arranged before he was sacked by the BBC for attacking one of his producers.

New Daily Show Host Accused Of Anti-Semitism

Trevor Noah, the new host of The Daily Show, is already receiving criticism for jokes he made on Twitter long before he got the job.

Williams' Family Take Estate Battle Out Of Court

Robin Williams' widow and three children have agreed to negotiate out of court in a battle over parts of the late actor's estate, including his Oscar.

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Alderholt festival 'punching above its weight'

The ReCreate event features appearances from Strictly's Kevin from Grimsby, Blazin' Squad and Big Brovaz.

Clarkson, Hammond And May To Stage Live Shows

Jeremy Clarkson will appear alongside his former Top Gear colleagues Richard Hammond and James May in live shows arranged before he was sacked by the BBC for attacking one of his producers.

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