There will be a dramatic global decline in the number of animal and plant species this century if the world continues to procrastinate over measures to cut carbon dioxide emissions to limit climate change, a study has found.
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Shakespearean star Gwilym Lee is joining the cast of Midsomer Murders.
A man with a phobia of frogs has won $1.6million in damages after run-off water from a neighbouring property turned his home into an amphibian-friendly wetland.
The Regency Café has been named as one of the UK's best places to dine out
Sotheby's chairman apologises for "horrific slip of the tongue"
The man who pays his way
Hundreds of species face extinction unless scientists' amphibian arks can save them
Nintendo Land's addictiveness and ease of use should make believers out of most Wii U adopters.
The reality television star 'let out a few girlie screams'
Luckily, you don’t need a sunny beach to have a good time in the United Kingdom
Sir Rex Hunt has a place in British history for having faced with aplomb a disaster not of his own making. As Governor of the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic he was obliged on 2 April 1982 to surrender to the Argentinian General Oswald Garcia, the event that was to send a Royal Navy task force half-way across the world to fight a war and win the colony back.
Nobel Prize-winner Sir John Gurdon didn't impress his teachers. He's not the only success story with a shocker of a report card, as Tim Walker discovers
The 79-year-old was the first person to clone an animal from a single cell
The Edinburgh Fringe is all about talent-spotting but forget Footlights - if you really want to see the next generation of performers first, the smart money is on Double Edge Drama. This is theatre company of Eton College, whose recent alumni include Eddie Redmayne, Harry Lloyd and Tom Hiddleston, to name but a few.
'Kids my age think they should rebel'