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Mick Jagger said it was a long struggle but eventually got the full rights to the James Brown music. This resulted in him joining award winners, producer Brian Brazer and director Tate Taylor in making the film Get on Up, the life story of the soul singer
This is an amazing dance back to the seventies when youth culture was daring and passionate. It forces two best friends to confront rivalry, violence and drug abuse as their friendship and loyalties are tested to the limit
Birmingham and Manchester airports join Heathrow for screenings of people arriving from Ebola affected countries. Gatwick and Eurostar under way. Health Dept has warned it was “now entirely possible someone with Ebola will come to the UK.” But response units were ready and prepared. The deadly disease has brought concern and fear.
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Leicester Square was filled with fans as Brad Pitt and the team of stars arrived for the European premiere of the World War II movie Fury. The war veteran who helped during filming was also there. The video catches the amazing atmosphere of the glitzy night
There’s lots of film entertainment during October that will thrill, scare and have you covering your face in your hands. Catch The Big Picture it will give you an opportunity to choose your kind of films to visit this month
Happy Birthday Angela Lansbury! Earlier this year she was given a huge welcome when she returned to Poplar where she grew up. Dame Angela’s visit was applauded when she sat down and spoke to her fans from the East End and elsewhere. Her Grandfather George Lansbury was MP for the area.
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The number of deaths in the River Thames has fallen. It’s mainly due to fast action of mobile phones. A former Thames river Policeman tells of his experiences while on the beat. He welcomes the Thames Well Wishing Memorial project to help grieving families
Val Hills, mother of a victim of the River Thames welcomes plans to build a special monument by the river for families to mourn their loved ones. The body of her son was found in the river Christmas of 2008
A creative monument is to be built to mark the dead of the River Thames. About 50 people die a year through either suicide, accidents or crime. It has been found that some families cannot find closure because of having nowhere to go to mourn. The video plans to change this