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Braless Francesca Curran looks unrecognisable from her Orange Is The New Black skinhead character as she...

She shaved her head to play inmate skinhead Helen Van Maele on cult series, Orange Is The New Black.  And Francesca Curran, 24, looked virtually unrecognisable as she walked the red carpet at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.  With...

48 min. ago in Showbiz
 

That's more like it! Stranger Things' Gaten Matarazzo ditches the curls to copy Steve's hairstyle at SAG...

Stranger Things' Dustin formed an unlikely bond with the older Steve on the hit sci-fi show. And now Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin, has perfected his on-screen mentor's much-envied hairstyle. Instead of his angelic onscreen curls, the 15-year-old...

48 min. ago in Showbiz
 

Bird of a feather! Margot Robbie channels old Hollywood glamour in embellished dusty pink frock as she...

She's currently on the promotional trail for her latest film I, Tonya. And Margot Robbie looked flawless as she arrived at the SAG Awards red carpet, in Los Angeles on Sunday. The 27-year-old channelled old Hollywood glamour in a halterneck pastel...

48 min. ago in Showbiz
 

Ocado shares spike after its reveals international partnership with Canada's Sobeys

British online grocer Ocado has signed its second major international partnership with Canadian food retailer Sobeys. The deal, which involves plans for the two firms to expand their joint grocery ecommerce business within Canada, has sent Ocado's...

57 min. ago in Business
 

How much is a good friend worth? £220 or a free trip to Sydney, says Amex (but would you convince them to...

American Express is offering customers the chance to pocket up to £220 through its credit card referral scheme. The promotion, which runs until January 31, means those with a Platinum Cashback or Platinum Cashback Everyday credit card can earn up to...

57 min. ago in Business
 

An Inspector Calls: Food is taken seriously at the luxury Brockencote Hall, in Worcestershire, which is...

Bill Bryson had fun reminding readers of Britain's quirky village names. Chaddesley Corbett must have been a contender. It's south of Birmingham, near Kidderminster, and Brockencote Hall is just across a bumpy field from the village. No one quite...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

Gripped by BBC's Big Cats series? Here are the 20 best safaris to see the stars for real

It took two years and 30 filming expeditions for the BBC to capture the amazing images seen in the stunning new series Big Cats. Some wild animals are easier to find than others – you'll have a hard time spotting such fantastic beasts as Pallas's...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

Oh, baby... we've found the joyzone! Ronan Keating and family – including tot Cooper – enjoy a mind-blowing...

Going back to a place you have really enjoyed can be a bit of a risk. Can you recreate those happy memories you have? We first went to the Maldives four years ago and loved it. This time we made things more challenging by deciding to return over the...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

Bored of easy-peasy skiing? Then check out the steep slopes of Chamonix

'People come to Chamonix to do crazy things,' says our taxi driver, as a car whizzes past us pulling a man on a skateboard. Yes, crazy, but Chamonix also has a hardcore reputation, attracting adrenaline junkies, powder-hounds and skiers who think long...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

It's the wheel thing! A bike tour of the 'Danish Riviera' is poetry in motion

Cycling is as natural to Danes as swimming is to ducks. Children might as well be born on bikes and everyone travels on two wheels along the wide cycle lanes in Copenhagen. Train carriages are big enough to bring your steed aboard. The so-called...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

Lift the lid, and get a taste of a truly quirky delight at the Cookie Jar

From the top floor of the Cookie Jar you can look straight down into Alnwick Castle and its fantastic gardens – the location used for Harry Potter's school Hogwarts in the blockbuster series of films. The new hotel (cookiejaralnwick.com) is a...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

Chelsea White's children are social media superstars, so would a Caribbean resort be good enough for them?...

My two-year-old son Harlen Bodhi White was recently described as the ‘world’s most followed baby’.  I’m a professional photographer and I have uploaded more than 1,500 photographs and videos of him to Instagram where he is now followed by more than...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

A Dutch delight: Introducing Leeuwarden, the European Capital of Culture all set to eclipse Amsterdam

Leeuwarden, the main city of northern Holland's Friesland region, has taken over as European Capital of Culture (jointly with Valletta, Malta). First impressions are of a mini Amsterdam: cafe -lined canals, stone bridges, tall, gabled houses and...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

Highway to freedom: Tracking Martin Luther King's life and legacy on a poignant road trip in the Deep South

There is nothing immediately striking about room 306. Faded apricot sheets are tucked neatly around twin beds. Between them stands a small round table, topped with a brown telephone. Yet this bedroom in Memphis's Lorraine Motel either silences...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 

The land of the free: Why New York state is an action-packed playground for all the family

There's something special about visiting the place where your favourite movie was set. That's how I feel on arriving in the Catskills, a bucolic region of undulating forest 90 minutes north of New York. It's where Patrick Swayze swept Jennifer Grey...

today, 09:12 in Travel
 


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