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    The judge who put coded messages in his Da Vinci Code plagiarism trial ruling has written another.

  251. Jaylen Gagne says:

    Veteran game show host Bob Barker is stepping down from hosting The Price is Right after 35 years.

  252. Microsoft and Peter Jackson postpone the making of a film based on the Halo video game after backers pull out.

  253. Microsoft and Peter Jackson postpone the making of a film based on the Halo video game after backers pull out.

  254. Jahiem Lacey says:

    London-born rapper Sway is to be honoured at the BET Hip-Hop awards in the US.

  255. Kian Lopes says:

    The Red Hot Chili Peppers are leading the way at this years MTV Europe music awards with four nominations.

  256. Madonna says she may adopt another child from abroad following her proposed adoption of a Malawian boy.

  257. A musical about the witches from The Wizard of Oz breaks West End box office records, its producers say.

  258. Veteran actor William Franklyn, known for voicing the 1960s Schweppes TV adverts, dies aged 81.

  259. Allen Willie says:

    Pioneering screenwriter Nigel Kneale, best known for the Quatermass TV serials and films, dies aged 84.

  260. Irving Bess says:

    The first stage of a 150m investment in regional museums is praised for boosting visitor numbers.