Alex Gibney was obliged to reshape his portrait of Lance Armstrong in response to the cyclist's drug disgrace. He salvaged a watchable film – but only just
Three decades after its original release, the single re-enters the charts thanks to a social media campaign launched in response to David Silvester's remarks that the bad weather is a punishment for its gay marriage laws
Porridge, scrambled eggs and a full English breakfast are as popular as ever, but we don't neccessarily eat them first thing in the morning
Shepherd Market has always intrigued me; there's something about that mix of glamour and seediness that has drawn me to it. Well, it would have if I had ever been able to find it.
Experiment in virtual reality shows that reducing a person's height can increase feelings of vulnerability and raise levels of paranoia
Do you like Indonesian, Malaysian or Thai-style satay, what sort of meat do you use – and what goes into the make-or-break marinade and sauce?
Imperial College says Britain could get as much as 40% of its electricity from solar power on sunny days by decade's end
'Traditional British grub' chain shuts three out of four outlets, while Jamie's Italian brand continues to expand
Martin Scorsese's comedy hit, already famous for its prodigious profanity and nudity, is to get a longer cut for its DVD release featuring extended versions of explicit scenes
Lack of catwalk presence likely to negatively affect Mulberry in coming season as it continues without creative director
The actor has hinted he may be tiring of 007, but what future he may forge for himself after Spectre is unclear
Scientists have long looked for physical markers of our inner lives. Now it turns out that the length of your fingers reveals much about you. Take this test to find out
Adele’s Hello isn’t the kind you really want to hear.