As compelling as any other coming of age drama
Review: Imaginative storytelling returns with vigourfilm
The National Theatre's production of the Greek tragedy 'Medea' features music from the art-pop duo. Holly Williams goes backstage
The director remains wary about on-demand services
There’s something we make on these islands that we export in great quantities: television shows.
Adrian Mole musical to debut in Leicester next year
New album to include ' 'all unreleased material' '
Bartholomew Beal reinterprets TS Eliot's famous poem in a new exhibition
Veep writer Simon Blackwell gives his tips on conquering the US TV market
But who cares what one snobby critic thinks when box office takings are going through the roof, asks Archie Bland
Melissa McCarthy takes all the pratfalls in erratic comedy
Bannatyne leaves Dragon's DenTV
The Luvvies by Andrew Birch (click for gallery)
Live at Edinburgh Castle: Holyrood MPs 'staggered' at lack of Scottish artists performing at Commonwealth Games curtain-raiser
The line up will ensure that the BBC concert does not become a vehicle for Scottish artists weighing in on the independence debate
The inaugural Booktrust Best Book Awards wanted to present the 76-year-old author with a lifetime achievement award
"Science fiction," said Ray Bradbury, “is the most important literature in the history of the world, because it's the history of ideas.” If that’s true, then TV drama has lately been shirking its responsibilities and indulging instead in escapist genres like fantasy (Game of Thrones) and period drama (Mad Men, Downton Abbey). Now, sci-fi is back in a big way. So does that mean we’re once again ready to engage in some serious thought?
This is the latest in a trend of councils looking to raise money by selling their arts collections
Potential ban of same-sex partners in ballroom dancing competitions may amount to 'illegal discrimination', say equal rights campaigners
Currently there is nothing to prevent same-sex couples from competing against mixed-sex partners at any of Britain's ballroom dancing events
The National Theatre's production of the Greek tragedy 'Medea' addresses itself to the modern condition, helped by music from the art-pop duo. Holly Williams goes backstage
If you're visiting the Edinburgh Fringe next month, you might expect comics to be cracking jokes about the referendum for Scottish independence, which takes place just weeks after the festival ends. But for many stand-ups it will be a case of, as the Scots say, haud yer wheesht on the subject. One funnyman from north of the border told me it has become "toxic" and there are even some No supporters among stand-ups who genuinely fear violence if they go public on how they will vote.
Awarding a contract to one of the world’s most celebrated architects to design a landmark $1bn (£590m) building that, it’s hoped, will herald a new dawn for a country whose future appears in doubt should not be too controversial a decision.
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Vanessa Feltz criticises 'vile' reaction to Rolf Harris allegations