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BBC News - Entertainment & Arts

Will Smith reunites with Bel-Air pals (1 hour 14 minutes old)

How do the cast of Fresh Prince look more than 20 years on at their beachside reunion?

Tomb Raider: First pic of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft released (5 hours old)

It's dusty work being a Tomb Raider, as the first picture of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft reveals.

Selfies exhibition opens at London's Saatchi Gallery (2 hours old)

The Saatchi Gallery is opening a 'selfie show' to examine whether or not they are an art form.

Mark Gatiss curates gay monologue series for BBC Four (3 hours old)

The eight original shorts, overseen by Mark Gatiss, will chart a century of the UK gay experience.

Fans furious as Drake postpones same gig for the third time (4 hours old)

The Canadian rapper says he was advised not to appear in Amsterdam on medical grounds.

Shailene Woodley reaches deal to avoid jail over pipeline protest (19 hours old)

Shailene Woodley agrees a plea deal after being arrested over a Dakota Access pipeline protest.

Clem Curtis: Singing with The Foundations was 'paradise' (4 hours old)

Singer Clem Curtis, who died on Monday, gave a final interview two days before his death.

Gary Barlow lands role in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (21 hours old)

The Take That star has a role in the next Star Wars film - but says he won't be a stormtrooper.

The man who breathed life into Broadway (12 hours old)

Dancer Donna McKechnie recalls how choreographer and husband Michael Bennett created A Chorus Line.

Red Nose Day: Ofcom considering investigation into show (23 hours old)

TV watchdog Ofcom is considering whether to launch an investigation into the fundraising show.

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ipswich - Twitter Search

@charliemorgs17 miss home games, and you cant miss ipswich away for anything (1385 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 (1385 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 (1385 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 (1385 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 (1385 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 (1385 days old [11/06/13])

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

Is anyone else going to ipswich's date (1385 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 (1385 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 (1385 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 (1385 days old [11/06/13])

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

Media | The Guardian

Daily Mail 'Legs-it' front page criticised as 'sexist, offensive and moronic' (3 hours old)

Politicians join public in condemning and ridiculing newspaper headline that leers at Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa MayA Daily Mail front page that declared “Never mind Brexit, who won Legs-it!” next to a photograph of Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon and British prime minister Theresa May has prompted widespread outrage. Related: The bigots are on the march – and with ‘Legs-it’ the Daily Mail bears the flag | Owen Jones Continue reading...

MPs criticise cuts to aid projects based on negative media coverage (13 hours old)

Development committee says misleading headlines on aid spending appeared to lead to the closure of programmes that were performing well MPs have criticised the Department for International Development (DfID) for closing aid programmes based on negative media coverage and expressed concern over its handling of reputational risk.Aid spending is coming under intense scrutiny and has been much criticised in the media. But much of the coverage was misleading, according to a report published by the House of Commons international development committee. Continue reading...

The Guardian view on counter-terrorism: strong encryption makes us all safer | Editorial (18 hours old)

There are many things the web giants could do to help combat terrorism, but weakening privacy protection is not one of themThe home secretary has made a hash – or what she would call “a hashtag” – of her efforts to appear to be doing something in the wake of last week’s Westminster terror attack. Amber Rudd’s demand that the big digital companies weaken the encryption they use on their messages is unrealistic and – if it ever became real – self-defeating. It is unrealistic because encryption cannot be selectively weakened, any more than the value of pi could be stipulated as 3.2 for the state [...]

Creator of that viral tube sign: 'I didn't think people would think it was real' (3 hours old)

John Moore, who posted the sign to his Facebook page, said he wanted to pay tribute to the emergency services using a well-known internet meme – which ended up being read out in the House of CommonsAt 8.41pm on the day that terror hit Westminster, a doctor in Windsor called John Moore posted a picture he made on a well-known tube sign generator site to his Facebook page. It said: “All terrorists are politely reminded that THIS IS LONDON and whatever you do to us, we will drink tea and jolly well carry on. Thank you.” Continue reading...

ECB talking to major broadcasters, Facebook and Twitter over T20 rights (2 hours old)

• ECB is confident of sparking a bidding war over broadcast rights• Body considering social media streaming and MLB TV-style optionThe England and Wales Cricket Board is confident of sparking a bidding war over rights to its new Twenty20 tournament after holding talks with all the major terrestrial and subscription broadcasters, as well as social media platforms Twitter and Facebook.The new competition, which is slated to begin in 2020 and is set to feature eight regional teams based at the biggest venues around the country, has been the subject of conversations between the ECB and the BBC, IT[...]

Social media camp: a 10-day course on lighting and how to be an 'influencer' (5 hours old)

For $2,690, the Social Star Creator Camp says it will teach teenagers the digital skills they need to become social media ‘influencers’ – is it too good to be true?If you are the parent of teenagers, here are three words that may make you shudder: social media camp.Rather than wean adolescents off Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube, a 10-day course aims to deepen their immersion in online platforms to turn them into social media “influencers” and “stars”. Continue reading...

Harlots: a blast of grim authenticity from ITV – or just period porn? (4 hours old)

From Ripper Street to Black Sails, costume dramas are fixated on street walkers and depravity. As Harlots muscles in, we ask: why is TV obsessed with sex workers from any century but this one?The year is 1763. One woman in five makes a living selling sex. This is the premise of ITV’s Harlots. I immediately want to quibble with the data analysis: is that 20% of all women, or 20% of women who work? Since female workforce participation was pretty low at the start of the 18th century, this distinction is key, and don’t even get me started on the age-weighting of the sample, since presumably they m[...]

Snapchat 'will be bigger than Twitter, Yahoo and AOL with advertisers' (1 day old)

Messaging app forecast to attract revenues of $3bn a year by 2019 by attracting hard-to-reach youth marketSnapchat could become more popular with advertisers than Twitter, Yahoo and AOL within three years, with the messaging app company forecast to bring in revenues of more than $3bn (£2.4bn) a year before the end of 2019.That bullish forecast is based on advertisers targeting the youth audience that the disappearing photo app has seemingly cornered. More than half (51%) of video users on Snapchat are under 24, compared with 23% for Facebook and 17% for Google’s YouTube, according to Ampere An[...]

Murdoch is acting in self-interest, but he has got a point about Google | Jane Martinson (1 day old)

The media mogul’s papers are taking aim at the search giant, but this is far from a straightforward battle of good v evilBurson-Marsteller, the global PR firm once responsible for a smear campaign against Google, now shares a floor of London’s Renzo Piano-designed Central St Giles offices with the search giant’s video arm, Youtube. This proximity must be adding to an atmosphere of paranoia at Google, caught in a storm of protest over whether its ads fund terrorists. Burson-Marsteller may no longer be lobbying against Google, as it did in 2011 on behalf of rivals Facebook and Microsoft, but it [...]

Starbucks and Walmart join growing list of advertisers boycotting YouTube (3 days old [25/03/17])

Major companies pulling advertisements a sign that many doubt Google’s ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videosPepsiCo, Walmart and Starbucks on Friday confirmed that they have suspended their advertising on YouTube, joining a growing boycott in a sign that big companies doubt Google’s ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos. Related: Google ad controversy: what the row is all about Continue reading...

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BBC Suffolk | Things to do

What's on in Suffolk this week (1930 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 (2257 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 (2267 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 (2287 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 (2360 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 (2376 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 (2509 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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