Artful clutter, a super-size bed and a deep free-standing bath – elements which, one might think, could give a good hotel a "homely" air. Not according to Patrick Goff, who ran an award-winning hotel design practice for 25 years before setting up Hoteldesigns.net, an online industry resource: "When a designer talks about a hotel being 'homely'," he says, "he's lying. He's talking about a kind of theatrical, Disneyland 'homely' – not what you actually get at home."
Is anything off-limits for comedy? Chris Morris, of 'Brass Eye' fame, pushes the boundaries again with a story about a inept terror plot on London
360-degree images of some of Britain’s most popular theme parks have now been made available on Google’s Street View maps.
It's big, it's terrifying and it cost £15m to build. Thirteen is Britain's ultimate vertical-drop rollercoaster. Holly Williams joins the dedicated thrillseekers who are its first victims
Twenty years after learning his ski-jumping trade from a borrowed bed at Finland's 'Broadmoor', his story is nearing the silver screen
Ever paid a premium to jump a check-in queue, or speak to a personal banker? You may think you're beating the system – but are you really? Tim Walker investigates
"I'm a 50-year-old man!" snarls Mark E Smith on this latest Fall album, adding chippily, "What you gonna do about it?" It's not so much a question as a challenge, and a rhetorical one, at that.