Otago Daily Times: Entertainment

Cliff Richard sex crime probe expands

Cliff Richard sex crime probe expands

British police investigating allegations of historical sex crimes against Cliff Richard, one of Britain's best-known entertainers, say their inquiry into the singer has "increased significantly in size".

'Fifty Shades' - a laughable movie with a heart of gold

'Fifty Shades' - a laughable movie with a heart of gold

"Fifty Shades of Grey" is a laughable movie based on a cringeworthy novel that will nevertheless make pots of money and has at its core a heart of gold: actress Dakota Johnson.

'It's My Party' singer Lesley Gore dies

'It's My Party' singer Lesley Gore dies

Singer-songwriter Lesley Gore, who shot to stardom as a New Jersey teenager with the 1960s pop hit "It's My Party" and co-wrote music for the 1980 film "Fame," has died in New York, a longtime associate confirmed. She was 68.

A winding path to 'Bbeals'

A winding path to 'Bbeals'

From a tiny island in the middle of the Indian Ocean comes a contemporary dance show with the unlikely pairing of a 1980s dance movie and The Bible. Rebecca Fox talks to those involved about the French-New Zealand collaboration.

'Tour of Duty' in the South

'Tour of Duty' in the South

Tony Robinson is a very nice man. I can tell you this with some certainty, and give evidence.

A masterclass in language

A masterclass in language

From the opening sentence of The Young Folks, the first story in this short and bittersweet collection, you know you are on to something special:

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