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Dame Vera Lynn is celebrating her 100th birthday in style with a star-studded variety extravaganza at the London Palladium, a new album and a BBC documentary celebrating her remarkable wartime contribution. Angela Wintle takes up the story

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Nine million UK viewers watched the GB women’s hockey team triumph in the Rio Olympics last year. Clive Agran catches up with the West Chiltington woman who became Britain’s hockey hero

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Comedian, actor and The News Quiz host Miles Jupp found out he was a son of Sussex in his mid-30s. Now, writes Jenny Mark-Bell, he is returning to the ancestral soil for a gig

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From Frankie Boyle to the President of Zambia... Universities in Sussex have taught quite a number of students who eventually went on to find fame in the future

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Lewes-based Mark Williams worked with Glenn Close on 101 Dalmatians, achieved catchphrase status on The Fast Show and played Mr Weasley in the Harry Potter series. He’s back on our television series this month in a new series of Father Brown. Jack Watkins spoke to him about the period detective series

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Some of Sussex’s best known personalities have revealed in the magazine what they most love about the county. Here, we compile their stories, favourite restaurants, pubs, shops, views and places to visit

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As his musical hits Brighton, chief Kink Ray Davies describes its genesis to Duncan Hall

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Crawley-born presenter Dan Walker’s 2016 has been a personal best. Now he has rounded off a year in which he’s taken his place on the famous BBC Breakfast sofa and covered the Olympics in Rio by publishing a book about football.

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Sussex folk singer Shirley Collins was a linchpin of the English folk revival of the 1950s and 1960s. Now, after four decades out of the spotlight, she’s releasing a new album. Veronica Groocock visited her home in Lewes to find out more

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Screenwriter, producer and Steve Coogan’s former business partner Henry Normal hadn’t written any poetry in two decades. Then a combination of family circumstances drove him to rediscover an intimate way of communicating. He spoke to Jenny Mark-Bell

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East Sussex actor Robert Bathurst has been involved in two television juggernauts: Cold Feet and Downton Abbey. As the former returns after a 13-year hiatus, he speaks to Jenny Mark-Bell about getting the gang back together

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Television presenter and actor Mark Curry first fell in love with Eastbourne when he visited for Blue Peter. Last year he moved there. Mark spoke to Jenny Mark-Bell about the golden age of children’s television and his part in the 10th anniversary production of Wicked in London.

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