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Museum of the Moving Image show about online cats has internet purring, but is it art?
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Actress says she is in 'absolute shock' over death of 21-year-old man in her Los Angeles swimming pool
Daniel Craig denies claims he will play a Stormtrooper in forthcoming sci-fi film Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens
Michael Palin and Annie Nightingale tell how they were asked by BBC to sign the open letter to Cameron opposing cuts
This year's architecture shortlist might lack 'flamboyance' but the buildings are 'well designed and well built'
The ban on Hitler's autobiography is set to be lifted in Germany, but many argue publication should be blocked
Irish musician's four-letter attack called 'disgusting', but should we celebrate her right to rant?