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Her agency confirms the Vicar of Dibley actress died on Wednesday and would be "greatly missed".
The film legend urges Johnny Hallyday's widow to give some of his money to his older children.
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He performed on hits like You To Me Are Everything and Feel the Force in the 1970s.
Actor Danny Miller calls on Twitter to do more to stamp out homophobic language.
The presenter had surgery for prostate cancer and says "it all seemed to go pretty well".
She recorded hits like Da Doo Ron Ron and He Hit Me with Phil Spector in the 1960s.
Chris Butland-Steed was part of the Channel 4 show for 10 series alongside his ex Stephen Webb.
Melvin Benn is "surprised" by the negative reaction to the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Fall Out Boy.
The pastel artwork was taken more than eight years ago from the Musée Cantini in Marseille.
Women accounted for just 24% of leading roles in last year's top 100 US films, a study says.
A memorable moment from the popular BBC sitcom Vicar of Dibley, with Emma Chambers as Alice Tinker, and Dawn French.
Rare props and costumes from superhero films are on show until September.
Fans of the mullet gather at an inaugural festival, celebrating the instantly recognisable haircut.
The artist says a younger generation of men would find it "unbelievable" to be abusive towards women.
The big winners are Dua Lipa and Stormzy, who used his performance to attack the government on Grenfell.
Paloma Faith was among those asked about the symbol of solidarity with victims of harassment and abuse.
A Ticketmaster listing is fuelling speculation that the stars are set for a joint tour.
Contrary to the traditional view of them as brutes, it turns out that Neanderthals enjoyed making art.
Lucasfilm’s ILMxLAB and the London College of Fashion used a virtual avatar to join catwalk models.
From best mum to worst metaphor, these are the only Brit awards that really count.
The actor says he struggled to secure Shakespearean roles on stage because of his native Salford accent.
Some of the biggest stars in music took to the stage on the biggest night in British pop.
Film critic Ali Plumb gives his tips for the films that are worth your time before the awards on Sunday 4 March.
London Fashion Week highlights so far include yeti feet, balloon ensembles and a walking condom dress.
LeBlanc, Harris and Reid are back.
Actor and comedian Jack Whitehall on how he's preparing for British music's biggest presenting gig.
Will Three Billboards and The Shape of Water ace it at March's all-important Oscars?