There’s no chance of any awards other than “people’s choice for entertainingly senseless violence” as Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington (who earned an Oscar for Training Day) reunite for a reboot of the staggeringly-subtle-by-comparison 80s TV show.
Though it is a sad day for some fans, Jason Orange’s departure from Take That hardly represents a tectonic upheaval in the group’s creative dynamic.
La Tagliata serves simple dishes that are full of flavour.
A new type of Strom Trooper could be in the new Star Wars movie.
The food there is definitely fast; and there is a rather large selection of burgers; but fortunately it’s also pretty good.
If you choose your yarn wisely, you can knit your own jumper for £25. Here are five of the best British wools for less than £6
A lavish yet knowing show highlights the key to Kylie’s enduring popularity as she embarks on her mammoth Kiss Me Once tour
The story of dreadful Aunt Alberta is a perfect marriage of text and pictures from 'the fastest‑growing children's author in the UK'
Finding Mr Right, a romcom inspired by Sleepless in Seattle and one of China’s biggest ever hits, has triggered massive upsurge in house-buying in the city
In 1984 a group of gay activists decided to raise money for striking mineworkers, and this is the subject of the new film Pride.
You can find the sitcom actor and Top Gear co-host for hire on Celebrity Talent International
The appointment of Sir Philip Hampton perpetuates the myth that women don’t make good business leaders – and is a huge lost opportunity
Musician’s old bedroom at 23 Brook Street has been restored as part of permanent exhibition launching on Wednesday