Harry Potter author unveils details of schools for young magicians to rival Hogwarts – in Brazil, Japan, Uganda and the US
Companies including Penguin and Ernst & Young have announced that a degree is no longer a requirement for job applicants. It’s about time, says Tessa Cooper
Most Britons think government should help pay for upkeep of churches as part of UK history and heritage, survey finds
It’s a tacky temple of sexism and Hef, 89, is its high priest
With his ready self-deprecation and an ability to mock inoffensively, Terry Wogan, who has died aged 77 after suffering from cancer, was for several decades one of the most popular personalities on both radio and television in Britain – in his words, a jobbing broadcaster.
Who knows? Maybe it will all turn out to be part of some grand masterplan.
'Spotlight' Does is play like a very good investigative drama or a long winded television movie?
David Bowie left an estate of around $100m to his wife, Iman, and his two children, and stipulated that he be cremated and his ashes scattered in Bali, according to his will.
Eating foods high in flavonoids, such as apples, berries and peppers, may prevent long-term weight gain, research suggests
Meat Loaf has begun a diet and started a fitness regime in the wake of his onstage collapse during a gig in Canada last month.
With so many musical geniuses having died prematurely in recent months, you almost feel a bizarre sense of gratitude to find a bona fide pop deity like Stevie Wonder still in full effect and on top of his majestic game. Pop royalty for half a century, Wonder is the undoubted coup of this year’s British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park.