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- Londonderry is preparing to cast a spell over visitors during the largest Halloween celebration ever staged in the British isles.
George Lucas sells STAR WARS to Disney
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How crime fiction showed detectives as dunderheads
One of the world's most famous movie directors, Ridley Scott, is to help to produce a series of low-budget feature films in Northern Ireland.
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New research has revealed that a fifth of Twitter users confess to tweeting whilst driving, but 28 per cent of tweet drivers didn't think it was illegal.
Halloween theatre explores darkest fears
Sybill Danning's new projext, 'Ruger'
Domino's, the U.K.'s leading pizza delivery company, is making a move into video-on-demand via a deal with Lionsgate UK.
Five hundred years after its completion, the Vatican has indicated for the first time that it might eventually need to consider limiting the number of visitors who are allowed to view the splendours of the Sistine Chapel.
A 30ft effigy of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong wearing a Jim'll Fix It badge will be burned at a town's annual bonfire celebrations this weekend.
UK is a country far more culturally, endemically and institutionally sexist than Australia.
BBC bosses deserve all the stick they are getting for their shambolic - and maybe worse - handling of the Savile affair.
But there is a perspective in which their open embrace of censorship in relation to the Royals is a more egregious offence against journalism.
The Voice coach has today found herself at the centre of a Photoshop scandal, after an advert for her new perfume was released.
Greek television screens went blank for two hours Tuesday as media professionals protested the sacking of two chat-show presenters who mildly criticized a government minister.
Though you may not plan on cracking the DRM on your own Kindle collection, it is helpful to know about the restrictions programmed into your e-book.
- Katie Larmour, one of Northern Ireland's best-known models, called off her engagement to Harry Diamond recently.Sam Neill turned to Liam Neeson and Jimmy Nesbitt for advice on how to hone his Ulster brogue to sound more convincing.Peaky Blinders' Sam Neill gets Ulster accent tips from Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt - BelfastTelegraph.co.ukA gold-plated DeLorean, one of only three ever made, has turned up in a dusty garage in the US after going missing for years.Found: 24-carat gold De Lorean made in Belfast at the height of the Troubles - BelfastTelegraph.co.ukDublin City Council now has a commissioner for start-ups - Niamh Bushnell, a veteran of new technology-related venture battles in both the Republic of Ireland and New York.Tech====US singer Meghan Trainor has become the first act to enter the UK top 40 based purely on streams of her music.bringing together the dramatic car chase sequences featured in The DriverSelf-made billionaires are more likely to pledge to donate a large portion of their wealth to charities than those who are heirs to family fortunes, according to new research.The creative industries and government have pledged cash to fill a skills gap and train "work ready" games designers, animators and visual effects artists.Censorship==========They were photographs taken in private, but that hasn't stopped a third batch of naked images of celebrities being leaked online.