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Sky1 Acquires Rights To US Drama ‘Forever’ Starring Ioan Gruffudd | TV News

  Sky1 has picked up a new US drama titled Forever as to broadcast it in the UK. Welsh actor Ioan Gruffudd stars as Dr Henry Morgan, a well-liked and successful medical examiner spending his time in New York. Henry’s fascination with studying the dead is also his secret – he is immortal and has not aged for 200 years.[…]

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Jimi Hendrix Albums ‘The Cry Of Love’ & ‘Rainbow Bridge’ To Be Reissued | Music News

  On the 15th of September 2014, Experience Hendrix LLC and Legacy Recordings are set to re-release Jimi Hendrix’s albums The Cry Of Love and Rainbow Bridge onto CD, Vinyl and via digital formats for the first time in decades. Before Jimi’s untimely death in 1970, the revered musician was instrumental in developing and experimenting with new guitar sounds. What[…]

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The Drums – I Can’t Pretend | New Music

  The Drums present “I Can´t Pretend”, their second single following “Magic Mountain”, from their third album Encyclopedia, which will be released on September 22 via Minor Records. The American Indie Pop band presents us with this bittersweet ballad with drums, which grows on you with each listen. This song talks about sentiments and existentialism, with lyrics like “the moment[…]

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A Tale of Two Cities? Netflix And Channel 4 May Be Teaming Up | TV News

  Netflix and Channel 4 are in talks to co-produce a television adaptation of one of Charles Dickens’ famous stories A Tale of Two Cities. Typically, Netflix usually order their own originals or buy them from others. However, it has now been predicted that the American provider of on-demand internet streaming media will continue co-producing as it launches in more[…]

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Taylor Swift Under Fire Amid Accusations Of Black Stereotyping | Music News

  A developing spat might be under way as US rapper Earl Sweatshirt labelled Taylor Swift’s new music video “inherently offensive” for its references to black culture. The rapper took to social network to release his angst regarding the “Shake It Off” music video by tweeting, “(The video is) perpetuating black stereotypes to the same demographic of white girls who[…]

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