I'm a classical singer, not a saint. I've never claimed to be that good.
Dustin Hoffman is on the phone to his wife.
A previously unreleased live recording from the 1970s by a short-lived outfit that nonetheless managed to be one of the lastingly influential jazz groups of the era – the "European quartet" of Keith Jarrett (above), with the young Jan Garbarek on sax.
There are few Hollywood directors from whom "event cinema" is personally expected, but Paul Thomas Anderson is one.
To say Kraftwerk fans were unhappy might be an understatement. "We are livid," said Angela Kennedy, standing at the end of a queue of about 200 people in Tate Modern's chilly Turbine Hall hoping there were still enough tickets. "We got here at the crack of dawn [around 10am] and were turned away – that was after trying on the phone since 7.30am."
When you think of the film The Bodyguard, you can't help but think of Whitney Houston and the amazing soundtrack. The West End Production of The Bodyguard has just opened up at the Adelphi Theatre, and will surely keep the memory of Houston alive.
Alexis Taylor: "With Prince, it's not just the big hits that go down well in DJ sets.
TS Eliot daubed his face green; Hemingway stood on the worn skin of a lesser kudu, while F Scott Fitzgerald insisted that a skinful made his prose flow beautifully. What strange habits do you have when you’re writing?
Universal Pictures in France has been seeding a pirated copy of its latest blockbuster Jurassic World from its own servers.
Wading into the Twitter spat between Swift and Minaj over Video Music award nominations, Perry all but confirms that Swift’s hit single Bad Blood is about her