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A new season of Ripper Street, a richly drawn, sometimes brutal, historical police procedural, returns Saturday to BBC America. In 1890, Detective Inspector Edmund Reid (Matthew MacFayden), his Detective Sergeant Bennet Drake (Jerome Flynn), and an
If you've ever had the burning desire to see one of the hottest film stars of the moment bray, I am not an animal! you're in luck. Bradley Cooper, who just received his second Oscar nomination in as many years for his fussy, conflicted G-man in David
A Victorian armchair that was custom built for the Elephant Man is expected to raise £1,500 when it is sold at auction later this month. Rather than sitting upright, the upholstered chair was designed with a permanent 45 degree recline so Joseph
His kind-hearted neighbours in Nguntoronadi, Magetan, East Java, have started a Facebook group to try and raise enough money to fund the removal of the tumours Slamet, far left, with family at his home in the village of Nguntoronadi. His family are
Awash with sex, drugs and murder, Ripper Street is back for a second series. EST, 25 October 2013 0 View comments His thigh impaled on street railings, a man dangles upside down having been hurled from the second-floor window of a shadowy drugs den
It's been a volatile year for those investing in gold and silver. Gold is down some 20% year to date, and silver has lost more than 30%. The yellow metal tumbled more than 30% in the three quarters to June as fears mounted of an early end to the U.S.
Who is the lanky blonde man with a protruding jaw line pictured in this 1980 painting by Derek Broshier? If you're thinking, "Hey, that looks David Bowie playing the lead charater in the seminal play, 'The Elephant Man,'" then take a bow.
Now 123 years after his death, scientists believe his bones contain secrets about his condition which could benefit medical science today. Ironically, it is the medical preservation of Merrick's skeleton which is now causing the greatest problems in
MailTribune.com for the Mail Tribune for the Mail Tribune "The Elephant Man," the award-winning 1977 play by Bernard Pomerance, is a tour de force for its lead actor. The actor who plays Joseph Merrick must convey the fact that he is horribly
Comedian Ross Noble's impression of "elephant man" John Merrick in an edition of Have I Got News For You has been ruled to be "at the margins of acceptability" by the BBC Trust. But the Trust's editorial standards committee said the comic was making