"I don't know whether everyone else will like it or not. It goes out to the world, so we'll see what happens."
As TV roles go, taking on Doctor Who comes with a certain degree of expectation. But, as 12th Doc Peter Capaldi tells Keeley Bolger, it's a job he's been training for since childhood. (PA) Action Press
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"I hate violence."
Son of a spy and an opium smuggler, Jackie Chan has been making fast, furious and funny movies for half a century. One of the most recognisable stars in the world talks about marriage, money and his message of peace. (GO) action press
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"When I started to live by myself and I was counting my coins and my bank account was minus, minus."
Marion Cotillard about her movie "2 Days, One Night", working with Michael Fassbender, family finances, professional despair and the best advice she follows. (DPM) Action Press
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"I'm quite a cussed person."
Ruth Davidson, Scottish Tory leader, is 35, a working-class Glaswegian, a kickboxer and a lesbian. Are these unlikely credentials just what the party needs to rescue it from 25 years of stagnation? (GO) Camera Press
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"I've closed the door to fashion."
Nicole Farhi walked away from her empire to sculpt full time. Now she is nervously awaiting her first show. (TMG) action press
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"I was driving my mum crazy bouncing around the house."
England’s Commonwealth Games queen explains her boundless energy and why she tries extraordinary moves no one has done before. (GO) Guardian & Observer
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"Of course I have a wicked side."
Her beauty has earned her millions, and men fight over her wherever she goes. We meet Miranda Kerr, the most talked-about model of the moment. (NI) Camera Press
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"When you have a big budget, it creates expectations of how you're supposed to be treated as an actor."
Robert Pattinson: A stint in the Australian wilderness provided the perfect escape from the limelight for Twilight's Robert Pattinson - and the chance to prove he's more than just a heart-throb. Jeananne Craig meets the reluctant superstar. (PA)

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"The first time round we had no rights, no studio, no talent. Now we've got 5m customers, so that obviously helps."
The head of BTs giant consumer division speaks about its rapid early success in sports coverage, the fight with broadband rivals and shaking up the mobile sector. (TMG) Guardian & Observer
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"This idea that we're taking the bread out of the mouths of starving bankers is somewhat overblown."
Jane Platt, head of National Savings & Investments (NS&I), explains how the government–backed savings group has emerged from the recession on fighting form. (TMG)
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