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Can Daniel Craig complete his biggest mission – modernising James Bond?

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Daniel Craig has been filming No Time To Die in Jamaica The title of the next James Bond film was announced earlier this week. No Time To Die will see Daniel Craig return as 007 for the fifth time, but there's little to suggest it will be business as usual.It's not just saving the world that will be on his mind for the
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Jeremy Kyle working on pilot for new ITV show

[ad_1] Image copyright PA Media Image caption ITV said "it would be absolutely wrong to apportion blame" on the presenter personally Jeremy Kyle is developing a new show for ITV, three months after his daytime programme was cancelled following the death of a man who had taken part.ITV's director of television Kevin Lygo said it was making a pilot with the host, but the new show won't be aired in
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Ed Sheeran: Ipswich garden party gigs and the early years

[ad_1] Ed Sheeran's record-breaking Divide tour concludes with four homecoming gigs in Suffolk.The musician regularly played small venues to sell-out crowds across the east of England, thrilling early fans with house gigs and impromptu performances.Up to 160,000 people are expected to watch the singer-songwriter during the four performances at Chantry Park in Ipswich.The tour has surpassed U2's 7.3 million record attendance and has averaged 34,541 people per show over the
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Ed Sheeran closes Divide tour with Ipswich homecoming gigs

[ad_1] Image caption Ed Sheeran is playing four nights at Chantry Park in Ipswich as his record-breaking tour comes to a close An Ed Sheeran fan has travelled "36 hours in a tin can" from New Zealand to see the singer end his tour with four homecoming gigs.Up to 160,000 people are expected to watch the singer-songwriter as he starts the end of his record-breaking Divide tour in Ipswich on
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Motivation Challenge: Fans attempt Normani’s basketball trick

[ad_1] Normani's video for Motivation has got a lot of attention - especially for one dance move.People have been trying to recreate the basketball bum bounce, rumoured to have been pulled off first time.Fans have been trying it out themselves, and surprise surprise... turns out it's not as easy as it seems.Follow Newsbeat on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.Listen to Newsbeat live at 12:45 and 17:45 weekdays - or listen
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Taylor Swift’s Lover: Star turns a corner with ‘upbeat’ but ‘baggy’ album

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Taylor Swift's seventh album Lover is "unapologetically bubblegum", a "towering work" that shows her "at her most liberated" - but is "too long".That's according to the first reviews after the album's release on Friday.The 18-track opus is "one big pop bubblegum blast" and is "her most mature collection as well as her most fun one", according to Variety.But "not even Taylor Swift... can muster enough
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Hail Satan?: The Satanists battling for religious freedom

[ad_1] Image copyright Gemma Purkiss Image caption Lucien Greaves (far-right) uses several aliases to protect his family Everything you know about Satanism is wrong.At least that's what a new documentary about the Satanic Temple could be about to prove.Despite the similarity of the name, the Temple is different to The Church of Satan, established in 1966 by chat show circuit celebrity Anton Levey in San Francisco, California.Human sacrifice? Wrong. Blood
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Bake Off judge Prue Leith joins hospital food improvement review

[ad_1] Image copyright Channel 4 Image caption Prue Leith will help to set new quality standards Bake Off judge Prue Leith is the latest celebrity chef to be recruited in the quest to improve the food hospital patients eat.The government is launching a review of hospital food, first announced in June, to set new quality standards for the 140 million meals served annually.Prime Minister Boris Johnson said better food would
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Edinburgh Fringe female performers ‘sexually harassed’

[ad_1] Image caption Lizzie said one man "moved his hand, quite forcefully, up my skirt" Women working on shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe have reported facing sexual harassment on a daily basis while out promoting their performances, the BBC has been told.Some reported being groped, while others said lewd comments had left them feeling vulnerable.The actor's union Equity said it was receiving reports of "more and more" incidents each
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Spotify sued over ‘billions of Eminem streams’

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Eminem's publisher, Eight Mile Style, is suing Spotify. It claims the music-streaming service failed to correctly copyright the rapper's work.Eminem has never been properly paid for songs "streamed on Spotify billions of times", court papers say.And Spotify, which has yet to respond publicly, put the song Lose Yourself into a category for unknown authors, without copyright protection, which Eight Mile Style calls "absurd".Lose Yourself, recorded