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Love the 80's? so do we!
"You're nothing. You're a ghost, a fat ghost," says the critical inner voice of disillusioned housewife Sheila Rubin, who spends her days booking rooms in cheap motels to binge on fast food.
Punch-ups, car chases, window leaps - for years, film and TV sets have employed stunt co-ordinators to oversee potentially dangerous scenes to make sure everyone involved is safe and feels comfortable.
He's known for hosting The Grand Tour and previously Top Gear, but in his latest show Jeremy Clarkson is swapping cars for cows as he takes up farming.
All eyes will be on E3 this weekend as the world's biggest gaming convention gets going online, with some exciting announcements expected.
The UK has recorded another 7,490 COVID-19 cases and eight deaths in the latest 24-hour reporting period.
Boris Johnson is expected to agree to the delay of lockdown easing in England and, according to a new poll, just over half of the UK public is backing the move.
An England fan is in a serious condition in hospital after falling from the stands at Wembley during Sunday's Euro 2020 game against Croatia, officials have said.
Following the cardiac arrest of Denmark's Christian Eriksen on the pitch, the brother of a teenager who died playing football has renewed his call for defibrillators to be made mandatory at all grounds.
Israel's parliament has voted in favour of a new coalition government, ending Benjamin Netanyahu's 12-year consecutive tenure as premier.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the ever-present figure in Israeli politics for three decades is down and out.
The US, Britain and the rest of the NATO alliance are expected to sharpen their language on the challenge posed by China, keep up pressure on Russia and for the first time make tackling the impact on security of climate change a key task.
Christian Eriksen is in a stable condition after suffering what doctors said was a cardiac arrest during Denmark's opening Euro 2020 match on Saturday.