Frank Sinatra

This Briton's got talent

Hitmaker Simon Cowell tells David Walliams what it's like to be Britain's biggest pop maestro

Will the TOGS ever warm to Chris Evans as Tigger?

He had said he was stepping into shoes that are bigger than his own, and he did try not to put his foot in it. But when Chris Evans took the helm of Europe’s most popular breakfast show today it was not unlike a children’s entertainer trying to stay wacky for a bunch of stony-faced five-year-olds.

Evans pledges smooth ride on breakfast show

Chris Evans kicked off his first show in the Radio 2 breakfast slot today by playing The Beatles' classic All You Need Is Love and telling listeners: "Thanks for tuning in."

One Minute With: Marlon James

In a sardine-tight flight to Miami. I can see clouds, rivers, the headtops of cities and my naked fear in the laptop reflection (turbulence).

Peter Moores: 'If you don't do it your way then, as Frank Sinatra

Brian Viner Interviews: The jury is still out on the England coach, who has presided over his side's fall to fifth in the Test rankings. But he believes that by emphasising development the players can turn the tide in the New Zealand series, starting next week. With exclusive website content