Nick Clark finds out what makes the young Australian special
Art Recovery Group accuses Art Loss Register of 'breaching competition law' after long dominating the sector
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
'We never declare what is truth and what is fiction and what does it matter anyway?'
'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Rumplestiltskin' were written in 18th and 19th centuries, but have been traced back 4,000 years
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'
Devotees call for streets and venues to be named after Bowie, and even for him to be honoured at Westminster Abbey
Nick Clark studies the man who started it all in Britain, celebrated in a new exhibition
'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
Stephen King, one of the author’s influences, calls the Gothic work an 'amazing piece of fiction'
The plays were described as 'one of the most significant and compelling productions of theatre on television'
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