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The best is yet to come: The battle for the Iron Throne continues in season five - and this time, there be dragons...

'His weakness is women - he doesn't know how to deal with them': Kit Harrington on his breakthrough role in Game Of Thrones

The 28-year-old actor is the undisputed heart-throb of Westeros... for as long as his character Jon Snow is allowed to live. And, the blue-blooded actor tells Event, he owes it all to a black eye...

'There are other women who remove items of clothing on Game Of Thrones': Emilia Clarke on nudity, blonde wigs and dragons

She spent most of the first series wearing nothing but a blonde wig. But now she's a queen with three dragons and a eunuch army to cover her back.

TOM PARKER BOWLES: Galloping gourmets: And we're off! After a day at the races, the place for a hearty meal with an old friend

The menu at No 131 flits across Europe but has its heart in the UK, with steaks of impeccable pedigree playing lead roles, alongside good British seafood, shelled and finned.

OLLY SMITH: Wine with lamb: Red blends and for under a tenner

Alongside the meat itself, there may be sauces, jellies, gravy and a host of other flavours to think about when picking the perfect bottle to crown your table over Easter. Here's how.

It's got the edge: The curved display on Samsung's new handset is a gimmick only an idiot would fall for... it took less than 12 seconds for me to be hopelessly smitten!

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is flat out, the most gorgeous handset the company has ever made. The curved display along the edge is a pointless gimmick cooked up purely to make people drool.

Galloping gourmets: And we're off! After a day at the races, the place for a hearty meal with an old friend

Wine with lamb: Red blends and for under a tenner

Sorting out the va-va-voom from the vile: The resurgence of Vermouth

Beyond the mighty Martini, the sky's the limit as to how you take it. But sip it as fresh as possible - once opened vermouth oxidises incredibly quickly.

The Verdejo grape in these Spanish stunners has the zing of Sauvignon Blanc - and an extra pinch of peachiness

The Verdejo grape is king here, mildly scented with the gentle aromatic splendour of a springtime bloom. You can find it blended with Sauvignon Blanc, or as a solo act, oaked or unoaked.

It's got the edge: The curved display on Samsung's new handset is a gimmick only an idiot would fall for... it took less than 12 seconds for me to be hopelessly smitten!

Forget your Mercs, Audis and Jags. It's the sheer affordability of this five-star marvel that means... I really am a Mondeo man

'Finally, as many candles as chins' read my birthday cake icing

'Sex was paranoid and empty in my youth but now it's great, just wonderful': Helen Mirren on her lovelife, not having children and the hidden depths of the Queen

Going, going, Gauguin... Sold to the mysterious man at the back for an eye-popping $300m

'My guilty pleasure? Kit Kat at midnight. My worst character trait? I'm a Frenchman': Inside the head of... Raymond Blanc

Two marriages, a busy restaurant and 'billions' of recipe ideas - you'd think the chef had enough on his plate. But he admits he'll always make room for caviar, champagne...and Charlotte Rampling.

'I've had my share of rolls in the hay, but The Archers isn't sex-obsessed': Tim Bentinck on the nation's favourite radio drama

As David Archer, he has has heard it all - affairs, deaths, floods... and the outcry that the soap's too Albert Square for the rurally inclined. Rubbish! says the actor turned children's author.

CRAIG BROWN: Backstairs with Billy: The royal servant who liked to wear the Queen Mother's tiaras and took a succession of strangers back to her home for sex

As this biography of William Tallon makes clear, the tale of the Queen Mother and Backstairs Billy can best be seen as a high camp version of Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid.