Good news for stargazers in the Channel Islands: Sark has been named the world's first "dark sky island".
Remember when Jo Whiley was one of the coolest presenters on BBC Radio 1? It has been a while.
A little after 7am, somewhere on the road between Cleveland and Detroit, we had the stereo cranked up loud, playing the White Stripes.
For the first time since the late-60s, Rod Stewart and Jeff Beck are "inching" toward recording a new album together.
It is possibly the most famous promise in British retailing: "Never knowingly undersold" has been at the heart of John Lewis's business since 1925.
Music lovers who regularly download tracks to MP3 players can now do their bit for charity at the same time.
Valentine's Day is the perfect opportunity for retailers to rip off consumers.
True Grit is going great guns at the American box office, making it the Coen brothers' highest-grossing movie ever.
If petrol bombs were being thrown in St Marks Square in Venice, or outside the British Museum, what would reports say? We would never stop hearing about the threat to humanity's cultural heritage.
Aardman’s big-screen version of the stop-motion TV series is jam-packed with gags, visual ideas and narrative invention
The Kim Kardashian: Hollywood mobile game was a lucrative hit in 2014. Now its publisher is working with Katy Perry on a follow-up.
Transport for London approves creation of protected cycle routes across the capital despite warnings of traffic gridlock