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MONDAY 26 APRIL

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ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND
This romantic comedy stars Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet and was written by Charlie Kaufman. In Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Jim Carrey plays a man who, when suddenly dumped by a girlfriend who literally seems not to know who he is, discovers that she has had her memory wiped clean of him by a shady organisation called Lacuna. The shattered boyfriend traces the doctor and arranges for romantic amnesia himself.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is released nationwide on Friday 30 April.

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BECKHAM PORTRAIT
The National Portrait Gallery’s newly commissioned picture of the England football captain, is a 67-minute film showing David Beckham in bed at a Madrid hotel, by the video artist Sam Taylor-Wood.

Sam Taylor Wood’s video-portrait of David Beckham is on display from 27 April at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

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MARILLION
You’re Gone by Marillion entered the charts at no.7 this week. Marillion ran a campaign through their web-site asking fans to buy a version of the single in three different formats released simultaneously. They calculated that, this would create the sales figures for a hit without breaking strict rules designed to prevent chart-rigging.

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THE ALL STAR COMEDY SHOW
The All Star Comedy Show mainly written by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, have cast this comedy sketch show almost exclusively from performers who have done their best-known work for the BBC. Performers include Linda Robson from Birds Of A Feather, Richard Wilson from One Foot In The Grave and David Walliams from Little Britain.

The All Star Comedy Show is on ITV1 on Thursday at 10pm

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HISTORY OF SCRATCHING
A new exhibition in Manchester celebrates scratching. It’s 25 years since the invention of the Technics 1200 II record deck which allowed DJs deliberately to scratch the stylus across the records and create a new musical art-form called turntablism. As the Urbis museum of modern living opens an exhibit celebrating the Technics 1200 II, Front Row turned the tables on its history.

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