The Monday Interview: The capital's greatest chronicler tells Andy McSmith why upsurges of violence are part of the city's texture
The actress talks to Gerard Gilbert about her famous family, her wild days at Gordonstoun and marrying Ben Whishaw.
A Slice of Britain: In deepest Kent, a truly slapstick world championship is staged
The rich and famous of 1920s era Hollywood appeared to have it all - but artist Pam Glew's new exhibition examines the curse of the seemingly blessed
A $50m project is under way to open a museum on the shore of Lake Geneva in 2011, dedicated to the memory of Charlie Chaplin. It will screen his great films, such as City Lights, The Kid and The Great Dictator, tell the story of his long career, show multi-media exhibits and dramatise the process of film-making in the early 20th century.
For offences against women, this director outdoes the villain himself
Bob Dylan talks to Bill Flanagan about his 'surprise' new album
"Greatest Day", the current Take That single, was precision-tooled to be the soundtrack to a million office-party snogs.