The director Danny Boyle has called for more films to be made about the creators of influential new technology.
The Jock Stein charity match took place on Sunday afternoon.
Last year’s Tour of Britain, won by the young Dutchman Dylan van Baarle, was decided on two days of unbridled racing through the Chilterns and South Downs that went completely counter to the usual structured – critics would say predictable – fare seen in professional road events.
The opera house in Gothenburg, on the rocky west coast of Sweden, sits docked like a galleon in the harbour.
Four years ago, the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs triggered a global expression of mourning of a depth and duration that Oscar-winning documentary-maker Alex Gibney found hard to explain.
It is rated by some as one of the greatest injustices in scientific history. For others, it is a storm in an academic teacup, a distraction from the real story of the uncovering of the structure of DNA, the stuff from which our genes are made.
He may be one of the most popular artists of his generation, but incredibly it’s taken until now for Justin Bieber to top the UK charts.
The trombonist Rico Rodriguez, who was a member of the Specials, has died at the age of 80, it has been announced.
Johnny Depp joked that he had “killed his dogs and ate them” after they were ordered to be removed from Australia earlier this year.
Mickey Mouse apart, the figure who most represented Walt Disney Productions in the 1960s was the clean-cut actor Dean Jones. Jones, who has died aged 84, starred as the bumbling, somewhat bland, hero in five entertaining kiddie movies with animals in the title: That Darn Cat! (1965), The Ugly Dachshund (1966), Monkeys, Go Home! (1966), The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit (1968) and The Love Bug (1968).