Technicians threat to quit over four-year pay freeze would delay nine major productions shooting in the UK
Bookies' outsider follows in footsteps of Philip Pullman to become just the second children's author to claim the prize
Sir Ian says he wants to be 'tour leader' as he launches BFI’s 'Shakespeare on Film' programme
It took an eagle-eyed British art historian to point out that the gallery appeared to have made a not-insignificant mistake
The Grade I-listed site featured in the Keira Knightley film 'The Duchess' was ravaged by fire last year
'There have to be more films about human experience, not relying on superheroes and franchises'
Pullman said he had 'had enough' of writers being expected to work for nothing
25 has become the fastest-selling album of all time in the UK
'It’s amazing for a film like Carol to get that many nominations. It’s an extraordinary love story'
Average length of most popular and acclaimed books published in 2014 was 407 pages - up from 320 in 1999
Nine graphic novelists pulled out of the prestigious prize after not a single woman made the 30-strong list
Comedian hopes fans of his TV work will see him in 'L'Etoile' and discover opera is not 'exclusive and super posh'
Next year a panel of literary experts will attempt to name the best coming-of-age novel ever written
The Pilgrims' Way is a 240 mile route from Winchester to Canterbury connecting 78 churches
Michael Dugher wants to extend current temporary ban, giving museums more time to raise money to save works
Academic's findings suggest the enduring image of tortured artists like Vincent van Gogh could be a myth