"There were Islamists trying to incite someone to blow me up."
Richard Bean, the Hull–born dramatist, has never been afraid of making enemies and is happy to live in a nation with free speech. (TMG) Camera Press
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"Larry Hagman’s presence is everywhere."
Dallas star Linda Gray is thrilled that the glamorous soap is back for another round, but returning to set without J.R. was tough. The actress tells Roger Crow about the next phase of the saga.  (PA) Action Press
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"I don't have patience with rudeness."
He makes dark, radical clothes that are adored by dark, radical people – to the tune of '£300 million a year. Yet he is a breeze. (TMG) Reuters
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"There's only me, Mick Jagger and Rod Stewart left."
The ex-Led Zepellin star talks about the demise of great frontmen, what still drives him, and the chance of his old band ever reuniting. (TMG) LUZphoto
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"You're bringing shame to the family."
Ambreen Sadiq, one of Britain's first Muslim female boxers, tells Radhika Sanghani what it's like battling prejudice and racism from her community - and even her family. (TMG)
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"We’re not saying abortion is funny."
Jenny Slate’s career almost ended when she swore on Saturday Night Live. Now she’s the star in the year’s most talked-about film: Obvious Child. (GO) action press
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"I’d like to re-establish the world hour record."
The Team Sky rider has a memorable treble in his sights – the Tour of Britain, the world time trial championship and cycling’s most illustrious mark. (GO) action press
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"I don't like to let a week go by without doing something."
Ray Wise talks about working on the show (Twin Peaks), his forthcoming projects and his love of acting. (PA) IMDB
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"I saw Hepburn once in Jamaica, years ago. I just could not stop staring: ‘Is it her, is it not her?"
Francesca Amfitheatrof tells us about moving to New York to take over at the world’s most famous jewellery brand. Is this the best job in the world? (NI) Camera Press
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"There are times of the day where I most certainly don't want to be seen without makeup."
Jennifer Aniston about producing movies, her fiancee and getting married, roles for aging women in Hollywood getting less and wearing make-up. (AD) Reuters
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