Bruce Springsteen’s struggle with depression has taken him to the brink of despair, the singer will tell Kirsty Young before she leaves him to fend for himself with only eight records for company on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs.
Jacques Volcouve was a schoolboy fan of Jimi Hendrix in 1967 when his brother’s friend lent him a new album by a British band and urged him to listen to it.
Long-awaited Chinese-Hollywood epic The Great Wall has finally hit screens in China, testing the water for a new period in US-China film cooperation.
No outsider can ever know what goes on inside a marriage. The two people in it are sometimes driving half-blind.
The Who’s first album is an oddity, because it doesn’t capture the breathless pace of the band’s development through 1965.
Jimmy Kimmel, the late-night talk show host selected to present February’s Academy Awards ceremony has revealed his fee for doing so.
This latest exhilarating, good-natured and enjoyable adventure from the Star Wars imaginary universe is written by Chris Weitz and Tony Gilroy, and directed by Britain’s Gareth Edwards; it comes from a time which now doesn’t seem so very long ago.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will celebrate the 40th anniversary of their debut album release with a headline appearance at the British Summer Time Hyde Park series.
I ran into a friend on the street this past spring. "Oh!" I said. "I didn't realise you played tennis." She replied: "I don't," then offered no explanation as to why she was wearing a little skirt.
We get cooking and healthy frying with Breville’s latest cooker in the Halo+ range. Is it worth having one? Here's what you need to know.
It has been the most-followed criminal trial of the year: Oscar Pistorius, the ‘blade runner,’ is charged with shooting his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, with the intention of killing her.
The fourth season of Homeland is fast-approaching, which means not long to wait until we find out what Carrie Mathison does next...
Kardashian’s selfie is a hymn to the female body that harks back to the liberating portrayals of ample women in Renaissance and baroque art – and proves that ours is the most misogynist age in history
What is it with people that complain about the weather in this country? Winter is either too cold or not cold enough for snow, while summers are either too wet, or too hot.
A new report shows how the ‘scarcity mindset’ affects those living in poverty – they focus on the short term, internalise negative images and have feelings of failure
Today, snowboarders are such a ubiquitous sight on the slopes, it's hard to imagine there was ever a time when they were universally banned, not to mention ridiculed as renegade punks who wore too much fluoro.
Environmentally minded Hollywood star will produce film about the car company’s emissions scandal following deal with studio Paramount
When Debbie Reynolds, wearing a skimpy pink flapper’s dress, burst out of an enormous cake at a Hollywood party in Singin’ in the Rain (1952), she simultaneously burst into screen stardom.
After releasing a new track, Facts, on New Year’s Eve, Kanye followed it up with another new track, No Parties in LA, on 18 January.