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Sunday, 19th October 2014

World News

Hong Kong Protest Leaders Call for Calm (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Ebola Travel Ban May Bring Other Troubles (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Spain Says Nursing Aide With Ebola Tested Negative (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Spanish Nurse Tests Negative for Ebola After Contracting Disease (Time Magazine)

Is Paul Gascoigne on the road to recovery? Star spotted with new love Mandy Thomas (Daily Express)

Friends, Family of Ebola Patient Reach Milestone (Time Magazine)

Texas Hospital Apologizes for Mistakes' Made in Ebola Care (Time Magazine)

Floral fancy! Rita Ora shows off her legs in a patterned mini dress as she arrives at BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2014 (Daily Mail)

Military Prepares 30-Person Ebola Team For U.S. (Time Magazine)

EastEnders star Jessie Wallace gets a ticking off with binmen. (Daily Mail)

Ebola Drug Race Ramps Up in Earnest (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Gamblers Get Less Of A Buzz From Pleasure, Study Finds (Time Magazine)

Cruise Passenger Tests Negative for Ebola (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Jude Law puffs on cigarette on set of new movie in first sighting since shock baby news (Daily Express)

Police May Have Found Body of Missing UVA Student (Time Magazine)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Star Nicholas Brendon Arrested (Time Magazine)

Texas Hospital Apologises For Ebola Failings (Sky News)

Hong Kong Protests: 20 Hurt In Street Battles (Sky News)

Homemade APC: Iraqi blacksmith builds armored vehicle to fight ISIS (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Buffy The Vampire Slayer star arrested two weeks after getting married (Daily Star)

Ebola and the Epidemics of the Past (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Cara Delevingne steals the show at The Face Of An Angel premiere in London (Daily Mail)

Former Coronation Street star Tina O'Brien gives birth to second child (Daily Express)

In Hong Kong, Dueling Definitions of Democracy (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Kurdish Women Fight on Front Lines Against Islamic State (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hipbone Sticking Out review a tale of two cultures, a play of two halves (Guardian)

Tough on trolls: UK internet abusers may face up to 2 years in jail (Russia Today)

Joan of Arc: A History review a new window on to a strange chapter in French history (Guardian)

Hannah Graham Police Find Human Remains (Sky News)

Rooney Mara shows all sides in pretty florals and sheer black at Rome Film Festival (Daily Mail)

Emergency: Russian cargo ship with 450 tons of fuel adrift off Canada coast (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Last red carpet at London film festival in pictures (Guardian)

Leviathan wins best film at the London film festival awards (Guardian)

I due Foscari; The Trial review (Guardian)

TI: Paperwork: The Motion Picture review the hip-hop star diversifies (Guardian)

Beethoven: Complete works for violoncello and piano CD review Queyras and Melnikov are an ideal match (Guardian)

Rembrandt: The Late Works review dark, impassioned, magnificently defiant (Guardian)

Salvatore Giuliano review Philip French on the Marxist Citizen Kane (Guardian)

Here Lies Love; The Infidel the Musical; Gypsy review (Guardian)

A Farewell to Arms review a physical equivalent to Hemingways prose (Guardian)

Sophia Loren: how Cary Grant begged me to become his lover (Guardian)

Billy Idol: Kings & Queens of the Underground review a turkey of epic proportions (Guardian)

Jerry Lee Lewis: Rock & Roll Time review the Killers country heart (Guardian)

East Is East review a welcome revival for Ayub Khan-Dins multicultural comedy (Guardian)

Jim Rattigan, Thomas Gould, Liam Noble: Triplicity review french horn, violin and piano? Just try it (Guardian)

Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris review everything and the bling from Frank Gehry (Guardian)

Anarchy & Beauty: William Morris and His Legacy, 1860-1960 review the virtues of simplicity (Guardian)

Scott Walker + Sunn O))): Soused review rich in imagination and surprisingly accessible (Guardian)

British TV drama? Its never been better (Guardian)

Tech employment: nice perk if you can get it (Guardian)

Ben Howard: I Forget Where We Were review a slow burn that finally takes off (Guardian)

The Judge review cliche-ridden courtroom drama (Guardian)

Northern Soul review impressive evocation of the 70s dance cult (Guardian)

Palo Alto review listless portrait of American adolescence (Guardian)

The Best of Me review young lovers reunite (Guardian)

TV round-up: The Apprentice, Gotham, Grantchester and Downton Abbey (Daily Express)

The Best Of Me review: Shamelessly manipulative take on first love (Daily Express)

Defiant Judy Murray flashes the flesh in bid to remain a Strictly Come Dancing star (Daily Express)

Protesters, police clash again in Hong Kong's Mong Kok neighborhood (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hong Kong Government, Protesters Set to Meet (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

The X Factor 2014: second live show as it happened (Guardian)

The X Factor 2014: second live show as it happened (Guardian)

Predicting Ebola Spread Depends on Data (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Fidel Castro offers cooperation with US in fight against Ebola (Russia Today)

Here's How Suspected Ebola Patients Can Be Restricted (Time Magazine)

TOWIE's Lucy Mecklenburgh shows off new locks as she visits Lucy's Boutique (Daily Mail)

'You did me wrong': Rapper unveils Tulisa drug trial riddle (Daily Star)

Cara Delevingne 'has recorded her first single with Pharrell Williams' (Daily Mail)

Memorial Service Held for First U.S. Ebola Victim (Time Magazine)

Japan's farmers face an existential crisis: Reform or die out (Washington Post - Paywall)

Hostage Families Urge Unity To Fight IS Evil (Sky News)

The Apprentice; Ten Years of the Apprentice; Homeland; The Great Fire; The Knick TV review (Guardian)

Germany: Memories of a Nation; 21st-Century Mythologies radio review (Guardian)

Germany: Memories of a Nation; 21st-Century Mythologies radio review (Guardian)

The Apprentice; Ten Years of the Apprentice; Homeland; The Great Fire; The Knick TV review (Guardian)

Canada Shipping Experimental Ebola Vaccine to Curb Outbreak (Time Magazine)

How to Get Respect: 5 Points Backed by Science (Time Magazine)

It's Time to Seriously Start Expecting an Apple TV Again (Time Magazine)

Former Blue Peter presenter Diane-Louise Jordan 'given police harassment warning' (Daily Express)

Ice Cube: Sex isnt overly important to me (Guardian)

Fight for Syrian City Strains Jihadists (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hong Kong Clashes As Protesters Fight Back (Sky News)

Beyonce shows off muscular legs as she enjoys night out alongside will.i.am and Adele (Daily Express)

U.K. Leader Urges Europe to Step Up Ebola Fight (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Common People: The History of an English Family review (Guardian)

Five Children on the Western Front by Kate Saunders review respectful homage packs a punch (Guardian)

Uncertain Glory review Catalan classic of the Spanish civil war (Guardian)

Secrets from the Sky review touring King Arthurs castle by drone (Guardian)

Secrets from the Sky review touring King Arthurs castle by drone (Guardian)

Cameron Presses EU Leaders On Ebola Fund (Sky News)

Primo review La Clique. For children. In a fish tank (Guardian)

The Babadook: 'I wanted to talk about the need to face darkness in ourselves' (Guardian)

Catch-up TV guide: from Plebs to The Spaceman Of Afghanistan (Guardian)

VIDEO: Space dogs were first Soviet 'pop stars' (BBC)

The Classics Get an Online Makeover (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Four Face Terror Charges Over U.K. Plot (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Celebrity Gogglebox review the stars in plain circumstances (Guardian)

Melanie Sykes shows off fab figure in sexy swimsuit ahead of rumoured jungle appearance (Daily Star)

Leaked naked photos helped Kelly Brook and David McIntosh get their love back on track (Daily Star)

'Fans try to get me drunk' Corrie Chris reveals the booze torment of playing Peter Barlow (Daily Star)

'Some scenes were so dark and emotional,' says Intruders star Mira Sorvino (Daily Express)

Hong Kong police clear pro-democracy camp at key intersection (Washington Post - Paywall)

'I didn't know who Cara was' Director claims Delevingne scored film role on acting talent (Daily Star)

Jason Orange coming back to Take That... via hologram (Daily Star)

Sweden Hunts 'Foreign' Submarine Off Stockholm (Sky News)

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Felicity goes head to head with Hawking as professor's first wife in The Theory of Everything (Daily Mail)

Sobbing Pistorius 'Should Get 10 Years In Jail' (Sky News)

Brand film to tackle financial crash (BBC)

'I'm scarred for life' Gino D'Acampo bares bum and simulates sex on TV (Daily Star)

VIDEO: Brad on making an authentic war film (BBC)

Gogglebox star reveals secret battle with breast cancer (Daily Star)

Warwick Davis in new Star Wars film (BBC)

Robert Duvall's performance saves the day in new film The Judge (Daily Mail)

The Great Fire not hot enough? CHRISTOPHER STEVENS on last night's TV (Daily Mail)

New Afghan leaders face culture clash as they form Cabinet (Washington Post - Paywall)

TV highlights 17/10/2014 (Guardian)

The Great Fire; The Knick review One period drama takes a while to warm up, the other is deliciously gory (Guardian)

VIDEO: Hong Kong 'umbrella' art movement (BBC)

Do YOU think you're man enough? New TV series sees tough Paras put through their paces (Daily Star)

WorldViews: Chart: Here is what else the world is worried about, apart from Ebola (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Dutch biker gang members join the fight against the Islamic State (Washington Post - Paywall)

Northern Soul success: A new film brings a very British club culture back to life (Daily Express)

The First Time With ... Courtney Love review friendly questions for a compelling guest (Guardian)

Carell: Fake nose helped film role (BBC)

What a naughty stunt 80s popstar wears c**** necklace on live TV (Daily Star)

The changing face of Sherlock Holmes (BBC)

Attack on Titan box set review - teens tangle with people-eating giants in this spellbinding anime (Guardian)

My Ebola scare' Jonathan Ross reveals killer virus ordeal (Daily Star)

Ulster Orchestra 'may face closure' (BBC)

Hong Kong: Government ready to talk with protesters but rejects key concessions (Washington Post - Paywall)

Are you thinking of becoming male?' Oprah quizzes Glee star over sex change rumours (Daily Star)

What was on TV the day you were born? BBC Genome lets you find out ... (Guardian)

Pobol y Cwm at 40: Welsh-language TV has never been stronger (Guardian)

Steven Soderbergh's TV series The Knick is swanky and enjoyable but lacks bite (Guardian)

Actress to meet police over abuse (BBC)

Trust Me, Im a Doctor; Curing Cancer review debunked health myths v extraordinary medical science (Guardian)

VIDEO: Uh oh, Santa's banged up and the first Crimbo film trailer is here already (Daily Express)

Stars Under Hypnosis: the French TV show coming to Britain (Guardian)

The Apprentice review it's the end of the line for Lord Sugar (Guardian)

TV highlights 15/10/2014 (Guardian)

Musharaf Asghar: My stammer has made me brave (Guardian)

Is Marry Me a keeper? (Guardian)

The Great British Bake Off, Grantchester, Detectorists and Cat Watch 2014: TV review video (Guardian)

The Spaceman of Afghanistan; Gotham review origins of a spaceman, and of Batman (Guardian)

TV highlights 14/07/2014 (Guardian)

David Attenborough bemoans the state of TV documentaries (Guardian)

The Walking Dead rips up the TV rulebook with season five opener (Guardian)

Homeland season four review back with renewed purpose, and a bang (Guardian)

Daredevil aviator Bill Lancaster died with his secrets now a new film seeks the truth (Daily Express)

The X Factor 2014: first live show as it happens (Guardian)

Take more risks in British TV drama, says Charles Dance (Guardian)

Netflix unveils first look at new superhero series Marvel's Daredevil (Guardian)

Twin Peaks fans party on as show plots return to weird heart of America (Guardian)

Wig, breeches, action How our TV critic joined ITV's Great Fire for a day (Daily Express)

Top of the props: Meet the Indiana Jones of the film world (Daily Express)

Ruskin's sexless marriage founders in new film Effie Gray (Daily Express)

The Sunday Brunch's Tim Lovejoy: 'Lots of people criticise me for eating all the time' (Daily Express)

Peaky Blinders; Human Universe; The Kitchen; The Great British Bake Off TV review (Guardian)

5 Live Daily; Womans Hour; Today radio review (Guardian)

Hanna: Joe Wrights pride and extreme prejudice film on TV recap (Guardian)

Lewis review annoyingly gripping whodunnit (Guardian)

The Maze Runner review: Film starring Dylan O'Brien and Will Poulter is relentlessly daft (Daily Mail)

Creators of Twin Peaks confident that revived show will hit heights of original (Guardian)

Peaky Blinders; Scrotal Recall; Detectorists review (Guardian)

The Howard Stern Show review Is Bill Murray the funniest man on the planet? (Guardian)

Batman box set review make no mistake: this 60s cult classic is one of the most enjoyable TV shows of all time (Guardian)

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: The wonderful Rumer is back with a brand new single Dangerous (Daily Express)

American Horror Story Freak Show premiere: clowns and creeps absurd as ever (Guardian)

Mary Berrys still divine in The Great British Bake Off (Guardian)

Nancy Birtwhistle wins The Great British Bake Off 2014 (Guardian)

Scarlett Johansson takes up first major TV role in Edith Wharton adaptation (Guardian)

Speculation builds over Great British Bake Off favourite Richard Burr (Guardian)

Human Universe review Brian Cox is taking a giant leap towards mankind (Guardian)