The 17-year-old who killed a pensioner during last year’s rioting in London has been locked up for eight years.
Moshi Monsters started life as virtual characters on a children's website but now they're taking over the real world, thanks to toys, stickers – and now their own album
Emma Thompson is to portray the Queen in a TV drama based on the famous Buckingham Palace burglary 30 years ago.
Choreographer Shechter and 'space doctor' Gormley insist that only music critics review their show. That left our man scratching his horns ...
Still, some wonder why from time to time quite a number of us are so outraged by the neglect of technological assistance for match officials.
When Terence Conran designs something, it has an instant appeal. So, naturally, objects with such pedigree are cosseted within shops, with a carefully constructed price tag and elaborate alarm systems to deter casual thieves.
Sesame Street celebrates its 40th birthday this year and all of its most beloved characters have been enjoying the party. The development of Sesame Street has been a long journey full of foam letters, number songs and most importantly laughter. Along the way we have been introduced to some of the best loved characters in television including Big Bird, Elmo, Oscar the Grouch (who resides in a trash can) and Bert and Ernie, the show’s notorious buddies who, thanks to Ernie, often get up to no good.
John Lichfield sifts through remarkable archive photographs capturing the brotherhood of men at arms
Technological innovations are changing the way we use computers. So, asks Simon Usborne, does this mean the end for the mouse?
Jacqueline Wilson's children's books feature five-year-olds being physically abused, 14-year-olds having affairs with their teachers, and mothers leaving their babies in dustbins.
Maybe she's been forewarned I can be bribed with cake, because when I arrive at the Fulham home of the garden writer Jane McMorland Hunter there is a strong smell of fresh pastry and an apple loaf cooling on the side. Her house is full of interesting things: it's piled with books, as McMorland Hunter worked in the gardening department of Hatchards in London's Piccadilly for 23 years, and here in her hall is the beautiful old hand-painted sign they used to take to the Chelsea Flower Show, saved from a skip.
Reading's chairman John Madejski said yesterday that proposals to play extra Premier League matches abroad had "already been consigned to the trash bin".