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Despite his diminutive size, Barry Chuckle was one of the titans of children’s television over the last three decades. As one half of the...

The entertainment industry has been raising awareness of the issue of mental health among its workforce of late. Does it not also hold a...

Producer David Puttnam recently observed that it was great to see documentary films doing so well at the box office, including Three Identical Strangers,...

Romola Garai, Shirley Henderson and Siobhan Finneran are among actors taking part in a BBC project marking 100 years of suffrage, in partnership with...

When Dennis ‘Slim’ Ramsden announced his retirement (prematurely, as it proved) in 2001, The Stage hailed him as “one of the West End’s leading...

Martin Shaw has claimed shorter rehearsals mean younger actors are not being given the chance to develop their skills. He has also warned that sophisticated...

Historian and broadcaster Mary Beard is to take over presenting BBC2's Front Row when it returns for a second season as a live show. The...

As the ever-reliable stooge to a succession of television comedians, Bella Emberg’s sizeable frame (the butt of endless jokes in less politically correct times)...

Rodney Bewes will be best remembered as the ever-amiable Bob to James Bolam’s always abrasive Terry in two television series that caught the mood...
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