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Andrew Lloyd Webber has announced plans to stream his musicals for free via YouTube.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Olivia Colman and Eleanor Tomlinson will all walk the red carpet at the British Academy Television Awards on Sunday.
On this week’s That’s A Wrap podcast with me and Angie Greaves we’re discussing a Beyonce symposium being held by the British Film Institute.
Plus. is Bey getting back together with Kelly and Michelle for a Destiny’s Child reunion? Joan Collins returns to the big screen, what links British actor Toby Jones to Justin Timberlake and my thoughts on Marvel’s latest, Doctor Strange.
Angie Greaves and I are back with a brand new That’s A Wrap podcast.
This week we have news of an 80s comeback, look forward to the BFI London Film Festival, find out what Helen Mirren, Hugh Jackman and Josh Groban have in common and lots more.
The run up to Christmas is always a busy time for celebs on the promotional trail, be it for film, music or books.
So here’s a run-down of which stars are out-and-about over the next 10 days.
Stephen Fry, Ewan McGregor and Joan Collins are among the celebs contributing to a new fairytale app.
The GivingTales app has been developed has been developed with Sir Roger Moore and is aiming to raise money for UNICEF.
The Princess and the Pea, read by Moore, is free and the other fairy tales are £2.51 to download. The app is available on Apple, Android and Windows Phone 8.
Additional stories include The Emperor’s New Clothes (narrated by Dame Joan Collins), The Little Match Girl (narrated by Ewan McGregor) and The Ugly Duckling (narrated by Stephen Fry).
The app is available now.