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Anthony Bordain’s final interview has shed light on the chef’s thoughts on travel, culture and politics. The piece, which surfaced on independent publication Popula, includes Bourdain’s takes on Bill Clinton’s behaviour in office, Obama’s performance as US president and his own daydreams about the demise of Harvey Weinstein (Bourdain’s partner, Asia Argento, was one of the first to accuse the former movie mogul of rape).
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Cliff Richard has won his privacy case against the BBC and will be awarded £210,000 in damages following a lengthy legal battle with the broadcaster after it reported the singer was being investigated over historic child sex assault claims.
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Cher has revealed that she has recorded an entire album of Abba covers, following her appearance in the jukebox musical film Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
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The Russian protest performance group Pussy Riot have claimed responsibility for a pitch invasion early in the second half of the World Cup final.
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Minority film directors remain overwhelmingly under-represented in Hollywood according to a new report from the Directors Guild of America.The results of the annual study show that in 2017, just 16 percent of films were directed by women and only 10 percent came from film-makers of colour, the latter statistic at the lowest it’s been since the DGA started reporting in 2013. The figures emerge in a year that saw notable successes for minority directors, including Jordan Peele’s Get Out and Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird.
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London,At least this time nobody has fallen into the trap of thinking that England might actually win the damn thing. Nobody inside the England camp has proclaimed they are going to Russia to bring the trophy back home.
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