If you can get past the cheesy music, this time-lapse video of the earth from the International Space Station is pretty amazing.
This is theatre with a big difference: a very different location and a very different theme. Not for anyone, I admit, but for people who want to experience a true story in true surroundings and to understand so much better what the Second World War really meant for Londoners, this is an excellent play.
Life is a Cabaret, according to the song. Yet I must admit that the very idea of this form of entertainment had never appealed to me.
"When the excitement of hockey clashes with the magisterial commentary of soccer, the results are as brilliant as a Bernini sculpture."
I can hear you yawn as I write this: Not that old thing again. But this is an adaption of that old film, Chariots of Fire, and it's amazingly good.
Although he first came to fame as a writer for radio, the comic actor Eric Sykes, who has died aged 89, was fascinated – almost to the point of obsession – with silence.
Films to be released this summer offer something for everyone: kids, adults, sequels, 3D, and a talking bear. Here are some of the highlights:
In the new film Fast Girls, 22-year-old Shania Andrews is a poor girl from the wrong side of the tracks. Her mother is dead, and her father walked out on her and her sister when they were little. They live with their aunt and her children in a small, crowded council flat. Shania, however, is blessed with a special talent, the talent to run very fast.
Move over OK Go. Jimmy Fallon and LMFAO are here to take your workout trophy away.
We love him. It's true. So we loved seeing his excellent lines repeated through A Few Good Men, The American President, The West Wing, The Social Network, The Newsroom, et al.
Oscar-winner says she’s shocked and embarrassed by misogynistic media, as Anna Faris attacks gender-competitive Hollywood culture
One of Game of Thrones' most beloved characters met a grizzly end last season...or did they?
The new musical "Bend it Like Beckham" is a heartwarming and colourful show based on the 2002 film of the same name.