Bernal also quizzed on Che Guevara's legacy and the war on drugs
A mind-numbingly pretentious 75 minutes
Anonymous performer teams up with London printmakers to create branded T shirts and bags
Capes! I'll be swooshing around as if I'm on stage at the Globe all winter then.
Tomorrow calls time on the coldest spring in more than 50 years, as the past fortnight of below average temperatures dragged the average thermometer reading during March, April and May putting it on course for its lowest level since 1962.
The Prime Minister was quite right to stick to his plans for a family holiday
Police in north London have seized blankets, sleeping bags and food donations from rough sleepers in a crackdown on homelessness.
Having worked for the BBC for more than 50 years, Sir David Frost has advised the new Director-General Tony Hall that he must take a knife to the organisation’s debilitating management structure.
Remains of 8 malnourished stone curlews recently back from Africa and Spain found in Norfolk, Suffolk and Wiltshire
Flea circus director Robert Birk said it was the first time he had lost all his fleas in one go because of cold weather
Many transport routes across the UK remain impassable because of deep snow drifts
Snow and freezing temperatures are continuing to cause disruption across the country with thousands of people still without power
There had been concerns over today's racing
Passengers on cross-Channel journeys endured the worst of the travel disruption today caused by the continuing mid-March cold snap.
Commuters are being warned that snow fall could disrupt journeys during today's rush-hour as the band of sleet and snow turns heavier overnight
Did the big chill increase the chance of catching a cold? Yes it did, says the expert