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Summer Screens is back for another outdoor cinema season, only this time it’s had a re-branding to become Cult Screens.
In The Great Gatsby, style meets substance head-on to bring audiences a triumphant cinematic experience.
The dance movie has proved popular among teenagers in recent years.
The terrifying queen of turning around rubbish businesses is back, and this time she's taking on a flagging market.
Mary Portas clearly knows what she's on about, as numerous towns around the country are using her ideas to revitalise their flagging shopping areas.
JJ Abrams claims never to have been a Star Trek fan – and it shows.
Somehow I skillfully failed to notice the start of the new series of the Apprentice yesterday.
But fear not, I can be rude about the second part of it today as it's on again.
The perfect antidote to brainless, formulaic Hollywood fare, A Late Quartet is a refreshingly grown up affair.
Reading International Solidarity Centre (RISC) is launching a new film club devoted to world cinema.
Panorama reporter John Sweeney has sneaked into the country as a tourist (journalists are banned) and presents a rare peek inside the bizarre lives of the North Korean people.
Someone somewhere twigged that cooking programmes are hugely popular.
So, it's some fairly logical thinking to put other mundane household tasks on the TV.