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Film Review: The Edge of Seventeen

Here is the verdict on The Edge Of Seventeen from our regular film reviewer Natalie Stendall.

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Thease are believed to be the mummified legs of Queen Nefertari. Photo by Professor Joann Fletcher

Yorkshire TV stars discover Egyptian Queen Nefertari's mummified legs

These 3,000 year old mummified legs are believed to be those of Egyptian Queen Nefertari, identified by Yorkshire's own world renowned experts and TV stars Professor Joann Fletcher and  partner Dr Stephen Buckley.

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Film Review: A United Kingdom

Film Review: A United Kingdom

Director Amma Asante’s A United Kingdom has awards season written all over it: an important true story, stellar cast and deep emotional connection, writes Natalie Stendall.

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DVD review: Spike Milligan’s Q - Volume One

DVD review: Spike Milligan’s Q - Volume One

Comedy changes all the time - sometimes for better, sometimes for worse, when smut and swearing seem the “in thing,” writes Tony Spittles.

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Photo by Graham Lucas Commons

Feast of sci-fi fun at Derby arts centre

Sledge-Lit 2016, a day of panel discussions, workshops, readings and networking for readers and writers of science-fiction, fantasy and horror returns for a second year, adding a festive addition to the annual Edge-Lit event at QUAD in Derby.

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David Yost will be at EM-Con in 2017.

EM-Con returns to Nottingham for 2017

EM-Con, the biggest film and television convention in the East Midlands, is coming back to the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham on Saturday and Sunday, April 29-30.

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Film Review: All hail the Arrival of a fine new film

Film Review: All hail the Arrival of a fine new film

Denis Villeneuve, the acclaimed director behind Sicario, Enemy and Prisoners, returns with intelligent sci-fi drama, Arrival, writes Natalie Stendall.

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VOTE: Which is your favourite 2016 Christmas TV advert?

VOTE: Which is your favourite 2016 Christmas TV advert?

They’re becoming as big a part of Christmas as decorations and turkey.

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DVD review: People Just Do Nothing

DVD review: People Just Do Nothing

Flick through the listings in Radio Times and you’ll be hard pressed to find any schedule for Kurupt-FM, writes Tony Spittles.

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DISNEY ON ICE: Star skater tells all about Frozen show

DISNEY ON ICE: Star skater tells all about Frozen show

Mickey and Minnie’s next trip to Nottingham is getting closer.

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Breakdancing scene is on big screen at QUAD

Breakdancing scene is on big screen at QUAD

The local hip hop and break-dancing scene from the 1980s is explored in a new documentary film screening at QUAD in November.

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DVD Review: Catch this tasty sitcom with spice

DVD Review: Catch this tasty sitcom with spice

Back on the menu after more than 30 years is the spicy, ground-breaking comedy Tandoori Nights (PG), writes Tony Spittles.

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REVIEW: Steve Backshall’s Wild World is one of nature’s finest

If you ever wanted to know how to hypnotize a shark, then this is the show for you.

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Film reviewer for Mansfield and Ashfield Chads

British director Arnold’s US-set film is bold, spellbinding experience

Andrea Arnold, the British director behind acclaimed independent dramas Red Road, Fish Tank and Wuthering Heights, returns with her first States-set drama American Honey.

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DVD Reviews: Two Women and A Special Day

DVD Reviews: Two Women and A Special Day

Fans of foreign and arthouse films are in a for a real treat with new independent label CultFilms launching a library of must-see movies with two award-winning classics starring screen siren Sophia Loren, writes Tony Spittles.

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Steve Backshall

Win tickets to see Steve Backshall’s Wild World tour in Nottingham

TV presenter and all round ‘dare-devil’ Steve Backshall is at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall next week as part of his nationwide tour.

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TV company looking for exciting Nottinghamshire pensioners for new documentary

TV company looking for exciting Nottinghamshire pensioners for new documentary

TV channel More4 is looking for Nottinghamshire pensioners doing exciting and unusual things in their retirement for a new documentary.

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VIDEO: New Michael Jackson Thriller project revealed by John Landis in Sheffield

Michael Jackson fans are to be thrilled all over again with a 'spectacular' new top secret Thriller project, original director John Landis has revealed during a visit to Sheffield.
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Hollywood filmmaking legend John Landis

WIN: Thriller director John Landis talk tickets in Sheffield

Hollywood legend John Landis - who directed Michael Jackson's iconic Thriller video - will give a talk in Sheffield this weekend and we have the last tickets to be won in our free competition.

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VIDEO: Mansfield cancer survivor in TV pride awards

Inspirational Mansfield woman Jess Simpkin, who is battling multiple brain tumours, has been named as a finalist for the ITV Pride of Britain awards.

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