Armed with a heart-rate monitor and an array of aphrodisiacs, one keen cook attempts to woo his girlfriend. What will you be cooking this Valentine's Day?
As the guestlist for Sunday's Baftas is revealed, some argue British film is not getting enough of a voice
What are the dark secrets that lurk behind the public image of the fun-loving entrepreneur?
LEGO versions of real adverts take over prime-time slot for its new movie in the UK.
The BBC decision to no longer make all-male panel shows has resurrected the old ‘women aren’t funny’ cliché. Why is this and where did it come from in the first place?
Researchers believe that liking food and craving it are different things – meaning our brains are more sophisticated than previously thought when it comes to making us eat certain things
A truly rich and creamy pasta dish for a cold wet winter's night
Playfully subversive and countercultural, the Lego Movie satirises surveillance culture and our modern-day neoliberal struggles
Buen Ayre in Hackney was the first Argentine charcoal grill restaurant in the UK, and has become the ‘thinking person’s steak restaurant’.
Whoopi Goldberg and Mia Farrow were among the Hollywood stars who paid tribute to the former child star Shirley Temple, who has died aged 85.
Daniel Craig’s fourth Bond film continues to impress in the UK with a first full day beating Skyfall’s £6.2m in 2012
It is the quintessential cocktail. But for a recipe involving just two ingredients, the debate over its correct preparation is endless. Vodka or gin? How wet? How cold? Shaken or stirred? And should you ever use salt?
The multimillion-selling artist is to record first new music since 2002, and intends to take on a world tour