Sundance Festival, Utah
The Blur frontman will unveil his debut solo album at the two-day event
No wonder he was widely considered the finest conductor of his day, he was certainly the best-loved of them all, writes Jessica Duchen
Closure of gates causes fatal crush as thousands pay last respects to Muslim spiritual leader
On Sunday, more than 20,000 people will gather in Turkey to watch camels do battle in a spectacle that dates back thousands of years. It is, depending on your attachment to the ungainly beasts, a historic cultural institution to be celebrated – or a throwback to an era before animal-rights campaigns when it was OK to starve an animal for three months to make it cross.
The Coronation Street actor William Roache was “cold and calculated” when he pushed a 15-year-old girl on to a bed before raping her, jurors were told.
Not everyone is fond of the world’s oldest profession. But that doesn’t give Scotland's new consolidated police force the right to sweep thousands of individuals under the rug
Brewer and pub owner Greene King today said it enjoyed its best-ever Christmas and New Year.
The comic's aggressive style does not match his true self, finds Gerard Gilbert
International Olympic Committee and Fifa are about to embark on a prolonged period of instability, with their flagship events lined up in a frightening domino effect of uncertainty
The boss of the business that operated the Costa Concordia, the cruise liner that sank off Italy in 2012 killing 32 people, was given a payoff of €1.3m even though he was retiring anyway.
The first female director to win the Palme d'Or said she 'can't wait' until May
Life behind the scenes at Leyton Orient: What we lack in numbers, we make up for with character