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article 19 December 2014 World, United States
The interview poster
FBI place Sony hacking blame on North Korea

The FBI says it has determined that North Korea was behind the hacking of Sony Pictures, which the White House is treating as a "national security threat".

article 18 December 2014 World, Germany
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German 'anti-Islam' protests: nine things you need to know

Nearly 15,000 people attend Dresden's latest march against "Islamisation of the west" - is the movement driven by the middle classes, as claimed - or are there more sinister forces at work?

article 18 December 2014 World, United States
News
Sony cancels release of The Interview after hack threat

Sony Pictures scraps its comedy film based on the fictional assassination of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, after embarrassing internal emails are leaked and further cyber hacks are threatened.

article 17 December 2014 UK
Libby Lane, appointed bishop of Stockport (Reuters)
Meet the women taking up the top religious posts

The first female bishop in the Church of England is Reverend Libby Lane. The prime minister said it was an "important day for equality." So who are the other female firsts within their religions?

video 15 December 2014 UK

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James McAvoy: a question of class - video

Two stage revivals, both set in the 1970s but with relevance to the state of Britain today - Jon Snow talks to Ayub Khan Din, the writer of East is East, and actor James McAvoy.

video 14 December 2014 Culture, United States

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Tim Burton on Farage, feminism and the US dream - video

Director Tim Burton tells Jackie Long Nigel Farage "should live in the 1950s", for suggesting women breastfeeding in public to "perhaps sit a corner", as he discusses his new 'feminist' film Big Eyes.

video 10 December 2014 UK

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Agyness Deyn on her bruising film debut - video

Former fashion model Agyness Deyn tells Channel 4 News about the physical challenges of her first major acting role in Electricity, a film about epilepsy, and what she misses about the UK.

article 10 December 2014 UK
News
'Stop this interview' - cereal café dodges poverty question

London's newest novelty cafe, Cereal Killer, opens its doors today in Brick Lane - but is £3 for a bowl of cereal in one of London's poorest boroughs excluding the local community?

article 09 December 2014 UK
Theatre
Is theatre really a white invention?

From oral traditions to engaging with audiences, 'theatre' has existed for thousands of years. So is actor Janet Suzman wrong to say it is a white European invention?