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'Touch wood.'The last time she trod the boards in London was as Gertrude in a Peter Hall production of Hamlet in the 70s.
'I come here as often as I can - privately, that is - but not often enough.' She was born here in October 1925 - 'in Regent's Park, not the East End, as has been claimed' - and raised in Hampstead and Mill Hill.
She was duly cast aged just 17 as cockney maid Nancy, and won an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 1945.
Her portrayal earned her a second Oscar nomination in 1946.
The grave of a man dating to around 2,300BC was discovered three miles from Stonehenge by Wessex Archaeology staff in May 2002.
His grave was the richest from this period (the early Bronze Age) ever found in Britain and contained the country’s first gold objects.
'We made all decisions jointly and we helped and supported each other constantly.
At 19 she was supporting her mother and student brothers.
'If anything good came out of my father's early death, it was being catapulted into maturity ahead of my contemporaries.
My career was important to me but our children, Anthony and Deidre, always came first.' She pauses.
'Well, I say that but I might be shooting a film in Paris for 12 weeks while Peter held the fort back in Malibu. But in those days all women who could afford it had somebody to help take care of their children. You have to be with your children.' 'It started with cannabis but moved on to heroin.