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Everything you need to know about Bond 25

Oscar winner Rami Malek, Captain Marvel star Lashana Lynch and Game Night actor Billy Magnussen will all join the cast of Bond 25.

The news was announced at an event attended by the cast and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson in Jamaica - a nod to the location used in 1962's Dr No.

Bohemian Rhapsody star Malek joins Daniel Craig, who reprises his role as the martini-drinking spy, as well as returning cast members including Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Wright.

Malek hinted in a video message he will be playing a villain in the film. He said: "I'm stuck here in New York in production but I'm very much looking forward to joining the whole cast and crew."

He added: "I will be making sure Mr Bond does not have an easy ride in this, his 25th outing. See you all soon."

Giant cloud of dust hits UK and it’s leaving cars filthy

Sahara dust on one car

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Dust from the Sahara Desert has settled in the UK, leaving cars and windows filthy.

The particles were swept high into the air by gales blown all the way from North Africa, then deposited on the ground during rain showers in the UK.

Motorists around Britain shared pictures of their dust-covered cars following the ‘storm’.

Southern regions were said to be the worst hit.

Met Office forecaster Mark Wilson said: "Strong winds over the Sahara whip up dust.

"That goes into the sky and upper part of the atmosphere and heads towards the UK.

"Once we get some rain, that washes it out the sky and on to the ground."

Sam Rubin on James Bond's secret announcement

Speculation about the world’s most famous film franchise went into overdrive yesterday after a single tweet which said: ‘Coming tomorrow at 13:10 the #BOND25 Live Reveal from an iconic 007 location’.

Who will star alongside Craig? What might it be called? Has filming begun? Where on earth could that mystery location be?

Well we’ve tasked our own Showbiz Secret Agent, Sam Rubin, to find out all he can.

How to spot (and save) the bugs in your garden 🐛

We're going on a bug hunt, and we want you to come with us!

As an international effort to encourage people in cities to find and document plants and wildlife kicks off, we are finding out about the everyday British bugs in our gardens (some of which could potentially be the key to saving the planet).

Our presenters have been shrunk down as we get up close and personal with these incredible insects, alongside insect expert Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson, who is bringing along some creepy crawly friends.

'My medical phobia stopped me having life-saving treatment'

Being diagnosed with breast cancer is the worst thing anyone can hear, but for Carrie Rush that diagnosis was even more terrifying.

Carrie suffers with a medical phobia which means she was unable to attend hospital to undergo the treatment she so desperately needed to save her life.

After appealing for our help we sent the Speakmans to meet Carrie.

And after what has been a long and gruelling process, we find out today if Carrie has been able to have her all important treatment.

'We have jets taking off at the end of our garden'

Hearing the rumble of planes taking off and the screech of brakes of a landing plane has been daily life for residents on Wells Avenue near Southend Airport for more than 60 years.

But after a revamped taxiway is now bringing planes within yards of their back gardens - residents are banding together to say, enough is enough!

Joining us from their back garden are Alex and June Carr who fear for their health, well-being and sanity.