To 'fill the space in my heart left by the abandoned Bowie script' the director put all his energy into Steve Jobs
Unconventional biopic loses its way after a dynamic start with Jobs portrayed more and more as a messiah
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
Dir. Jon S Baird. Starring James McAvoy, Eddie Marsan, 97mins
A lyrical, jumbled insight into the Picasso of British cinema
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.
Two decades after choosing heroin over life, the stars behind seminal British film Trainspotting are set to return for a sequel, as the characters face a mid-life crisis.
I got knocked out a few times performing stand-up I did it early in my career as a way to express the punk attitude. [Allen fronted punk act the Atoms in the 1970s.] One night it would feel like I was sleeping with 127 virgins; the next night I'd get my arse kicked after making jokes about the Army. I got knocked out by soldiers twice. I'd get my own back by walking over seats and pissing on people.
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
More than 50 million people in the UK watched TV coverage of London 2012 - equivalent to 90% of the population.
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.