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Intimacy co-ordinators and sex on screen: The reason why sexual scenes are getting better
Punch-ups, car chases, window leaps - for years, film and TV sets have employed stunt co-ordinators to oversee potentially dangerous scenes to make sure everyone involved is safe and feels comfortable.
Jeremy Clarkson on new farming show: 'I get shouted at all the time', he tells Sky News' Backstage podcast
He's known for hosting The Grand Tour and previously Top Gear, but in his latest show Jeremy Clarkson is swapping cars for cows as he takes up farming.
E3 2021: From Halo's return to a new Nintendo Switch - five things to watch out for world's biggest gaming convention
All eyes will be on E3 this weekend as the world's biggest gaming convention gets going online, with some exciting announcements expected.
'Together again': Sex And The City stars reunite for new series
The cast members of Sex And The City have reunited as production begins on the next series: And Just Like That...
They Are Us: Plans for film about Christchurch mosque attacks sparks anger among New Zealanders
New Zealand's prime minister has distanced herself from plans for a film that would focus on her response to the Christchurch mosque attacks.
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