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11:39, 15 APR 2016
15 west London places you didn't know were in your favourite movies
You might be surprised by how many of these places you've seen on the big screen
Meet the man who makes you clothes that will last until 2046
Tom Cridland, whose clothes are worn by stars such as Ben Stiller and Daniel Craig, has designed T-shirts and sweatshirts to last 30 years
Feltham business create stunning backdrop for James Bond world premiere
Nick Hart, director at Anna Valley said: “It’s fantastic to contribute and play a part in such a special and spectacular event."
James Bond has caused £8billion worth of damage in 50-year history
According to insurance experts More Than, Bond has accumulated a bill of £8billion
Meet freerunning pioneer in Chiswick
Last chance to secure your seat to listen to inspirational speaker Sébastien Foucan at The Barley Mow Centre in Chiswick tomorrow (Jan 28)
As new James Bond film 'Spectre' is announced, we uncover 007's links to west London
James Bond creator Ian Fleming lived in Chelsea and Sean Connery was once a resident of Acton. Discover these and more 007 local links.
Narrow Escape: Would Daniel Craig keep me from my bath, I wonder?
All children are scared of ridiculous things... monsters under the bed, evil Penguins wearing rubber gloves on their heads, Lord Voldemort.
Skyfall - the best Bond by far
Time waits for no man, not even the suave and sharply attired 007.
Mary Macleod MP: Proud to be welcoming the world to London
Mary Macleod, Conservative MP for Brentford & Isleworth, pens this week's Olympic themed Constituency Matters.
Derelict Hayes pool considered for Bond film
THE derelict Hayes Pool site was scouted as a location for the latest James Bond film.
Bollywood: Re-inventing an almost-dormant spy genre
When I spoke to Sriram Raghavan, he was 24 hours away from the long-awaited UK launch of his first big action spy adventure movie, Agent Vinod.
Ruislip enjoys box office success with Inbetweeners
A film about four teenagers on a lads' holiday, based on a TV show filmed in Ruislip, has become an unlikely number one hit.
Five of the best: It doesn't get any better than this
ONE of the UK's best and longest-running tributes to Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry pays a visit to Ruislip this Friday.
NOTE TO SELF: Overcome with shock at new Doctor Who
WHEN the new Doctor Who was announced, I, like many people in the country, was overcome with shock.
Hounslow hopefuls head for Hollywood
Three future stars from West Thames College are celebrating making it into the prestigious National Youth Theatre.
Older People's Festival kicks off
A month-long calender of events for older people begins on Saturday as the 16th annual 50+ Festival gets underway.