29 August 2008 01:11 PM
29 August 2008 12:51 PM
Co-founder of the festival Jo Bartlett once said: “I look upon each Green Man as a work of art.” Although largely painted in various shades of grey, this year’s event was exactly that.
28 August 2008 06:38 PM
Despite often being overshadowed by the major summer festivals, Get Loaded in the Park on Clapham Common held its own this year, not even allowing the cider drought halfway through the day dampen, or rather, dry out spirits.
19 August 2008 04:35 PM
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09 July 2008 04:53 PM
The London Festival of Architecture runs until 20 July at various locations around the capital. Here are some of the highlights.
26 June 2008 06:10 PM
There are still ways of getting to see your favourite bands at this summer’s festivals if you are willing to work for it.
26 June 2008 05:33 PM
America’s War on Terror is the thorny issue at stake here in a film which uses its various plot strands to take on American foreign policy, a celebrity-obsessed media and the apathy of youth in American society.
26 June 2008 05:27 PM
The ultimate guide to this year's best British music festivals
26 June 2008 05:11 PM
Wes Anderson is the king of quirky comedies and his latest offering is both brilliant and infuriating.
26 June 2008 12:31 PM
Online TV show ‘KateModern’ has made a star of Tara Rushton. She tells Dan Poole about becoming a success in the UK.
26 June 2008 07:00 AM
Most of you will recognise Alex Zane from Popworld, Channel 4’s Sunday morning music show. Quite a few of you will recognise him as the quizmaster from Balls of Steel, the comedy show – also on Channel 4.
26 June 2008 07:00 AM
The latest fresh-faced attitude-laden presenter to take up the T4 baton is none other than Mr Rick Edwards. Straight out of the Steve Jones school of chiselled jaws and witty banter, you can watch him weekday mornings fronting Freshly Squeezed on Channel 4 with the ever lovely Alexa Chung.
28 March 2008 12:18 PM
If Hey Ma marks the return of James into the national consciousness, it does so with great aplomb and, perversely, sentimental devotion to the time that originally spawned the group.
28 March 2008 11:59 AM
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t actively dislike the Courteeners. In fact, it might actually be impossible to dislike a band with a chorus that goes “What took you so long/ Was there a queue at the post office?”
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