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BBC News - Entertainment & Arts

Poppy Delevingne: Models face 'stigma' with acting (2 hours old)

The actress portrays Marie-Therese Walter in a new dramatisation of Picasso's life.

Verne Troyer: Mini-Me Austin Powers actor dies aged 49 (15 hours old)

The actor, who also appeared on a number of TV shows, was admitted to hospital earlier this month.

The Lido author Libby Page on the power of uplifting fiction (1 day old)

Libby Page, author of The Lido, on why uplifting stories are needed right now.

Is 'bisexual lighting' a new cinematic phenomenon? (1 day old)

Is the lighting technique really about representing bisexual characters?

Shaggy and Kylie help the Queen celebrate 92nd birthday (1 day old)

The star-studded event at the Royal Albert Hall saw performances by a range of artists.

Avicii: The superstar DJ behind some of the decade's biggest hits (2 days old [20/04/18])

Avicii, who has died at 28, made a string of huge dance anthems but struggled with life on the road.

Allison Mack, Smallville actress, charged over Nxivm sex trafficking (1 day old)

She pleaded not guilty to recruiting women for sexual exploitation in a purported self-help group.

Heartbeat actor Bill Maynard's funeral held (1 day old)

Bill Maynard's family said he died in hospital shortly after breaking his hip in a fall from a mobility scooter.

Why singer Lucy Dacus makes her fans cry (2 days old [21/04/18])

The US indie singer has been provoking big emotions as she tours her new album, Historian.

Missed this week's entertainment news? (2 days old [21/04/18])

Rachel Weisz, Ariana Grande and Conchita Wurst were among the stars in the headlines this week.

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ipswich - Twitter Search

@charliemorgs17 miss home games, and you cant miss ipswich away for anything (1776 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 (1776 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 (1776 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 (1776 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 (1776 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 (1776 days old [11/06/13])

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

Is anyone else going to ipswich's date (1776 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 (1776 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 (1776 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 (1776 days old [11/06/13])

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

Media | The Guardian

Newsagents are suffering in a sorry game of monopoly | Roy Greenslade (13 hours old)

My local retailer, efficient and amiable, has decided to shut his business. This is whyThis is an achingly sorry tale about thwarted personal effort, the slow death of an industry, the worrying nature of changes in employment practice and, most of all, about the dangers of monopoly.The fact that the central character in this story is my own newsagent, does not indicate special pleading because, after looking deeper into the issue, it is clear – as will emerge – the crisis is a national one. Continue reading...

BBC wins green light for Scottish TV channel (2 days old [20/04/18])

Ofcom gives provisional approval for £32m channel, with final decision expected in JulyThe BBC has received provisional approval to launch a television channel in Scotland from the broadcasting regulator Ofcom.Costing around £32m, the high-definition channel is expected to begin broadcasting later this year, as part of the BBC’s efforts to address complaints from Scottish National party politicians, TV companies and some viewers that it has neglected Scottish audiences. Continue reading...

BBC editor joked about Cliff Richard playing Jailhouse Rock, court told (2 days old [20/04/18])

Declan Wilson made comment to colleague while discussing broadcaster’s plan to cover raid on singer’s home A BBC editor joked that Sir Cliff Richard would soon be playing Jailhouse Rock, after learning police were investigating an allegation of historic sexual assault against the singer. Declan Wilson, who at the time ran the BBC’s north of England bureau, made the comment to a colleague while discussing the broadcaster’s plan to cover a police raid on the veteran singer’s house in August 2014. Continue reading...

Chat: Google’s big shot at killing Apple’s iMessage (2 days old [20/04/18])

Tech giant behind Android corrals phone operators around the world to launch a unified SMS replacementGoogle has unveiled a new messaging system, Chat, an attempt to replace SMS, unify Android’s various messaging services and beat Apple’s iMessage and Facebook’s WhatsApp with the help of mobile phone operators.Unlike traditional texting, or SMS, most modern messaging services – such as Signal, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger or Apple’s iMessage – are so-called over-the-top (OTT) services, which circumvent the mobile phone operator by sending messages over the internet. Continue reading...

WPP contacted by FCA to check if it is in breach of laws (3 days old [19/04/18])

Watchdog moves to ascertain if there has been any insider information infringement The financial services watchdog has contacted WPP to check if it is in breach of laws relating to insider information regarding the amount of company money that Sir Martin Sorrell is alleged to have misused.The WPP board has closed down the investigation into Sorrell as part of his deal to leave the company he founded 33 years ago, and has told shareholders the “allegations do not involve amounts that are material to WPP”. Continue reading...

Cliff Richard privacy case: BBC reporter 'praised for breaking raid story' (3 days old [19/04/18])

Journalist Dan Johnson says BBC had right to tell public about police search of star’s home and editors made ultimate decisionA leading BBC executive praised the reporter who broke the news of a police raid on Sir Cliff Richard’s house, the high court heard on Thursday. Fran Unsworth, who this year became the BBC’s director of news and current affairs, sent the message to the reporter Dan Johnson after the broadcaster’s coverage of the police search, the court was told. Continue reading...

Amazon buys exclusive UK rights to US Open tennis tournament (3 days old [19/04/18])

Five-year deal, thought worth $40m, gives Prime subscribers in UK access to grand slam eventAmazon has struck a deal said to be worth $40m (£30m) for the exclusive UK TV rights to the US Open tennis tournament, as the US firm looks to add to its 100 million Prime subscribers.Amazon, which is in talks with the Premier League to potentially stream matches from 2019 to 2022, has struck a five-year deal starting with this summer’s tournament at Flushing Meadows in New York. Continue reading...

Facebook to start asking permission for facial recognition in GDPR push (4 days old [18/04/18])

Users will be asked to review information about targeted advertising but some say opting out is deliberately difficultFacebook has started to seek explicit consent from users for targeted advertising, storage of sensitive information, and – for the first time in the EU – application of facial recognition technology as the European general data protection regulation (GDPR) is due to come into force in just over a month.The company is only required to seek the new permissions in the European Union, but it plans to roll them out to all Facebook users, no matter where they live. The move follows M[...]

Market power wielded by US tech giants concerns IMF chief (3 days old [19/04/18])

Christine Lagarde feels ‘too much concentration in hands of the few’ does not help economyThe head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has expressed concern about the market power wielded by the US technology giants and called for more competition to protect economies and individuals.Speaking at a press conference to mark the start of the IMF’s spring meeting in Washington, Lagarde said breaking up companies was not the solution, but added that her organisation was monitoring their impact on prosperity, financial stability and the workplace. Continue reading...

Facebook moves 1.5bn users out of reach of new European privacy law (3 days old [19/04/18])

Company moves responsibility for users from Ireland to the US where privacy laws are less strictFacebook has moved more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of European privacy law, despite a promise from Mark Zuckerberg to apply the “spirit” of the legislation globally.In a tweak to its terms and conditions, Facebook is shifting the responsibility for all users outside the US, Canada and the EU from its international HQ in Ireland to its main offices in California. It means that those users will now be on a site governed by US law rather than Irish law. Continue reading...

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BBC Suffolk | Things to do

What's on in Suffolk this week (2321 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 (2648 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 (2658 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 (2678 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 (2750 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 (2767 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 (2900 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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