The BBC is setting aside a staggering £10 million to cover the cost of the three inquiries set up following the Jimmy Savile scandal.
Lawyers’ fees will account for most of the final bill but details released under the Freedom of Information Act show that a public relations firm, a corporate investigations company and a . . . → Read More: Savile probes to cost BBC (YOU) £10million: 19 witnesses were allowed up to £50,000 of legal advice
Scotland wants the Bank of England to bail it out if there is another financial meltdown – even if the country breaks away from the UK (Typical Socialists).
Scottish Nationalists are insisting they want to keep the pound as their currency and retain the Bank of England as the ‘lender of last resort’.
But . . . → Read More: Scotland still expects the Bank of England to bail them out if they split from the UK
ABOVE: The so called public service, the BBC is refusing to reveal who does not need a licence
BEEB bosses sparked anger last night by refusing to say how many people do not need a TV licence.
Managers fear losing out on millions of pounds if viewers who only watch telly online realise . . . → Read More: BBC FEE DODGE: BBC Refuses Yet Another Freedom Of Information Request
Doctor Who fans have more to celebrate in the 50th anniversary year, with the unearthing of “precious” draft scripts from the dawn of the series in 1963.
The 11th Doctor (Matt Smith) and Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) are back in action soon
Prop?maker Jason Onion made the discovery while researching the origins of the . . . → Read More: Doctor Who scripts from 1963 discovered
BRITISH director Guy Ritchie is thought to be at the top of the list of movie makers being considered to direct the next 007 movie.
Guy Ritchie is the bookie’s favourite to direct the next James Bond film
The role for the job became available after ‘Skyfall’ director Sam Mendes revealed he had . . . → Read More: Guy Ritchie named as bookie’s favourite to direct next James Bond film
Arnold Schwarzenegger may be one of the world’s biggest action stars but the former governor of California says violence in films is entertainment and should not be linked to tragic events like the Connecticut school shooting in which 20 children died.
The star of films such as ‘The Terminator,’ ‘Predator’ and ‘True Lies’ told . . . → Read More: Arnold Schwarzenegger says ‘Terminator’ and other violent movies shouldn’t be blamed for mass shootings
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The Bond films might be 50, but the books are nearly ten years older. Ian Fleming created James Bond in 1953 at GoldenEye, on the northern shores of Jamaica. He owned . . . → Read More: Ten homes with a James Bond connection
Hollywood film giant Paramount has unveiled plans for a new £2billion theme park in Britain to rival Disneyland Paris.
The proposed development would create up to 27,000 jobs and transform an 872-acre brownfield site in the Swanscombe Peninsula in Kent.
The ‘world-class’ venue will feature Europe’s largest indoor water park, theatres, live music venues, . . . → Read More: Hollywood comes to England: Paramount unveils plan for £2bn theme park to rival Disneyland Paris that will create 27,000 jobs
The actor behind one of the most famous villains in the James Bond series has told one news channel he would jump at the chance to feature again.
Richard Kiel, who appeared as Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, said he had very fond memories of his time as . . . → Read More: James Bond Villain ‘Jaws’ Keen For Return
A shuttlecraft used in the Star Trek television series from the 1960s has been sold for an intergalactic £45,000 at auction.
The hollow craft sold by a collector in Ohio, is now in the hands of die-hard fans who plan to restore it.
The team behind the winning bid have promised to restore the . . . → Read More: Star Trek shuttlecraft from original TV series fetches out-of-this-world price at auction