After over 20 years in the TV wilderness and reports of rehab and resentments, the BBC broom cupboard’s iconic gopher looks set for a return
From TV chefs to cookbook authors, past victors forge ahead with their culinary careers
Brilliant Books in Michigan says customers are owed apologies for portrayal of Harper Lee’s long-lost manuscript as a ‘nice summer novel’ rather than an academic curiosity
Pianist Irving Fields turned 100 on Tuesday, but he still plays several gigs a week regularly in New York City.
The popular dispensers, which come in a wide variety of character designs, are to be the basis for a new animated film
Deadwood star to play ‘character of key importance’ in HBO drama, says report
Dominic Ruffy tells pupils about his first day at school: “I remember standing in the playground and a group of kids were talking about their summer holidays. I was thinking, ‘Oh my God, I’m so boring.’ I’d just spent three weeks in California and I went over to talk to these kids, trying to make friends, and out of my mouth came, ‘When I was in America I saw Ghostbusters’.”
At first it looked like Bono, the robber baron of pop, had struck again.
A new TV series about the music industry co-produced by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger will premiere on HBO in 2016, it has been announced.
There have been few more curious bands than Adam and the Ants. In the early 1980s, they married the jittery angst and experimentation of post-punk with the flamboyance of the glam-influenced new romantics – and became the biggest pop band in Britain.
A man I know, a friend of a friend, has fallen in love with ayahuasca, the hallucinogen used in tribal ceremonies in South America. Every so often he heads off to the rainforest, where he joins a retreat and purges his soul. He returns to London, and explains that he feels as though his self, his emotions, have been taken apart and reconfigured – as if he has become someone new.