Sir Jonathan became the latest associate of his former colleague to criticise the film
Early reviews of the film have said Jobs has been portrayed as a genius with a cruel temper, who was unable to manage personal relationships
Dominic Sandbrook's reappraisal of Britishness is undone by its omissions
- Shooting is scheduled for 'May/June' time
- The original four lead actors are returning
- Trainspotting 2 will not be called Porno after Irvine Welsh's follow-up
Thomas Heatherwick won worldwide acclaim when it was unveiled last year
The Olympic Opening Ceremony will go head-to-head with Strictly Come Dancing and The Great British Bake Off at the TV Baftas.
Who doesn't love Boyle the Olympic hero? What a pity it's harder to like Boyle the director
She doesn’t look like someone you’d want to mess with
The BBC is to premiere a string of shows on its online iPlayer service before they are shown on television.
Conflict and paradox marked our imperial age. This masterly overview debunks many myths about it
But perhaps the director could have taken a stand and kept schtum about it
The Oscar-winning director has turned down a knighthood, and publicly. Good on him
Win a bottle of wine
For all the many wondrous visions that the £27m Olympics opening ceremony presented to the watching world, one element missing from that visual feast was anything that looked like a stage for sport.
London's 2012 Olympics opening ceremony raced into the British charts on Sunday with a collection of music from the kaleidoscopic extravaganza becoming the week's fifth-best selling compilation album after just 24 hours on sale.
Danny Boyle's Opening Ceremony was dismissed as 'leftie, multicultural crap' by right-wing Tory MP Aidan Burley. Chris Blackhurst, who was there, insists nothing could be further from the truth