A streaming ban on the singer's latest release has prompted the unusual sight of fans queuing up in record stores
Cold Feet is being ear-marked for the vacant Sunday night 9pm slot when it airs next year
Lord Amherst was commander of British forces in pre-independence America and called for the use of smallpox to eliminate Native Americans during the 1760s
The article was headlined: 'The Hollywood actor with HIV deserves everything he gets – and worse'
Exclusive: Traders in the town are turning the tables by copying practices used by companies which pay little or no tax
Professor Hawking, 73, was set to record the prestigious lectures, on the topic of black holes
The Powys tax rebellion, led by traders including the town’s salmon smokery, local coffee shop, book shop, optician and bakery, could spread nationwide
Gatiss said the household panels failed to take into account the millions who watch online at a later date
The adorable Monty the Penguin has been stored in the deep freeze
Each year mega brands vie to make the TV ad that 'owns' Christmas. Adam Sherwin goes behind the scenes as Sky Movies shoots its 2015 contender
The launch offering features 7,000 hours of programmes which can be streamed or downloaded to watch offline
A novel set in London during the 2008 crash is updated with alarming ease
When actors such as Daniel Craig face endless inane questions to promote films, the result is often anger and sarcasm. Is it time to junk the junket?
The Hunt’s sound engineer Kate Hopkins denied that the tricks amounted to 'fakery'
Lord Puttnam’s commission will be seen as challenge to Culture Secretary
Though television is far from dead