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Want to know a little more about the staff behind your favourite newspaper? See what books each of us would suggest for another colleague
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Fuzzy, fluffy or scaly, with two fins, four limbs or eight legs, and with wings, tails or hooves – we all love animal films (yep, even those of you who say they hate animals, love them).
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At United Airlines we are always looking keep everyone happy, and espcially our own team, which we're looking to grow!
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The One Direction member claimed this week’s No 1 spot with Sign of the Times, a bombastic piano ballad that signals a new direction for the boyband star.
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Coincidence plays a massive part in the lives of the two fragile and damaged teenagers at the centre of Jennifer Niven’s Young Adult debut All the Bright Places.
We all get the Monday blues from time to time, but when you’re permanently coloured blue, you can’t always be permanently down, as Smurfette (Demi Lovato) discovers in Smurfs: The Lost Village.
There’s a lot to love about sci-fi classic The Fifth Element, not least the beautiful colours and Bruce Willis’ snappy one-liners.
There’s sadly nothing new or interesting going on in The Chainsmokers debut album, despite a few standout songs.
Future Islands became something of an internet sensation in 2014 thanks to lead singer Samuel T Herring’s dad dancing on The David Letterman Show.
Usually adverts on your phone are a pain, right? But Team YP have noticed that some of them are really quite good. Here are our faves, and why we like them.
Seven year old Tim (voiced by Miles Bakshi) has great parents who love him, play with him, encourage his imagination and fantasies and even sing him special songs.
Emily Chak is not a quitter. “Giving up was just not an option. We had to keep going,” said the defiant guitarist and singer of alternative band So It Goes.
The world of YA novels is awash with female teenage witches of all shapes, sizes and magical abilities. Gather them all together and they would fill the Grand Canyon.
The strutty electro beat and grimy bass line of Cold Hard Truth set the tone of Nelly Furtado’s sixth album The Ride.